Alliance RV hosted its second annual Owner Empowerment Rally from Nov. 6-10 at the esteemed National RV Training Academy (NRVTA).
This year’s rally not only continued the tradition of fostering a community among RV enthusiasts but also elevated the educational experience for Alliance RV owners, the OEM said.
Over the course of five days, RV owners immersed themselves in NRVTA’s comprehensive RV Fundamentals class, gaining hands-on experience and deep insights into their vehicles. From mastering maintenance tasks to troubleshooting common issues, attendees developed the skills necessary to enhance their independence on the road.
“The essence of RV ownership is the freedom it offers,” said Tony Flammia, NRVTA’s Marketing Director. “Our partnership with Alliance RV for this event perfectly aligns with our mission to empower RVers with the knowledge to fully enjoy that freedom.”
The rally included a range of social activities that provided participants with the opportunity to share stories, tips and to form lasting friendships.
“Community is at the heart of what we do,” said Rob Boyer, Alliance RV’s community outreach and education manager. “This event is about more than just education; it’s about building a support system that enriches the RV lifestyle for all our owners.”
The rally also saw an impressive turnout from Alliance RV’s leadership, including Bill Martin, vice president of customer experience.
“Witnessing our owners’ enthusiasm first-hand, seeing their confidence grow throughout the week, it’s clear that these empowerment rallies are a cornerstone of the Alliance RV experience,” Martin said.
The event concluded with several owners achieving certification as registered RV technicians. Looking ahead, Alliance RV said it reaffirms its commitment to ongoing education and community development, with plans already underway for next year’s rally.