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FMCA Expects 2,000 Motorhomes at Madison Rally

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Members of Family Motor Coach Association, a Cincinnati-based organization for motorhome owners, will head to Wisconsin’s capital city at the end of July for a four-day event focusing on various aspects of their favorite form of travel.

The group expects about 2,000 motorhomes to converge on the Alliant Energy Center in Madison July 29 through August 1. During FMCA’s 92nd Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase, dubbed “Escape to Wisconsin,” attendees will participate in various activities designed to enhance the motorhome lifestyle.

Organizers have scheduled more than 100 educational sessions aimed at helping motorhome owners glean more enjoyment from their RVs. Various RV experts will conduct seminars during the event. Topics range from motorhome chassis maintenance to microwave-convection cooking.

Attendees will be able to tour motorhomes of all types, sizes, and price ranges as part of the Motorhome Showcase.

Other organized activities include tours of local attractions, fun-filled games, and musical performances each evening. And attendees will have time for plenty of socializing with their fellow motorhome owners.

For those who want to view only the motorhome exhibition, admission costs $7 per day; children 12 and under are admitted free with an accompanying adult, as are those with an active military ID. Those who would prefer to take in the exhibits and also attend seminars and entertainment may purchase a Daily Passport, which is available for $75 per person ($65 for FMCA members).

Special viewing of motorhome exhibits only takes place July 29 from 5 to 8:30 p.m.; regular hours for the motorhome displays will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 30 – Aug. 1.

Components/accessories displays are available July 30 to Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, visit fmca.com.

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