2023 FMA Rally

  • 02/01/2023 5:31 PM
    Message # 13081492

    We would like to extend a sincere "Thank You"  to the executive and organizers of the recent Rally in Eustice, FL.

    The event was well organized, offered informative seminars, provided excellent meals and entertainment, and the opportunity to meet new folks.

    Having the Fleetwood Service Techs on site and several vendors made for a great week.

    There is a tremendous amount of work that is done behind the scene to make an event like this possible, and these individuals deserve our gratitude for their efforts in making the rally the success it was.

    Thanks again, and see you in 2024.

    Jim & Linda Brown

  • 02/02/2023 8:47 AM
    Reply # 13082130 on 13081492
    Bill & Laura Johnson (Administrator)


    it is a significant amount of work to pull a rally together, but made easier when a whole crew pitches in.

    Thanks go out from the Board to all those that helped with setup and cleanup, we couldn't have done it alone.

    The reward for the Board is seeing everyone enjoying the opportunity to learn and socialize with the larger community. 

    See you all next year!

  • 02/18/2023 8:41 AM
    Reply # 13102609 on 13081492

    Walter and I really did have a good time at the rally. We learned so much important information. Jeff from my RV Driving school taught us so much. Although Walter was a pretty good RV driver we learned some good tips from our lesson. I chose not to be a driver but an observer. I told Jeff I wanted to be able to navigate my husband into backing up into a campsite. I had felt pretty useless not knowing how to do that. He taught me just where to stand, good hand movements that Walter could see and what commands to give my husband while backing up. I was nervous while learning but Jeff was great helping me learn the steps. Yesterday at our local state park Walter was A bit nervous about trying it, but I wasn’t. I was confident for the first time that if we followed Jeff’s steps it would work. So cautiously we tried it and it worked like a dream the first time. Not only did I learn to navigate but listening to Jeff tell Walter tips on driving gave me confidence to try it once we got back home. I had taken good notes and knew when to turn the steering wheel to get the coach in the right lane. I found it wasn’t hard or scary if you know some basic tips, but of course I was only driving around in my neighborhood at this point. .  I am taking one step at a time. 
         I wish we would have gone last year when we first got our coach because there was so much information about maintenance and safety and tires and driving dead would have been beneficial. And just meeting other Fleetwood owners And everyone sharing what they had learned and tried with their coach was so beneficial also.

  • 03/03/2023 3:55 AM
    Reply # 13117847 on 13081492

    This was my very first FMA event, I will have to say my thanks starts with the President and his wife, my first introduction to Bill was he calling me to walk me through a issue I had with my coach. When I received that call I immediately knew this was a good organization. Everyone that I have met, talked with, walked with and even gave me rides from one side to the other was a great experience. I learned so much from this event that I was in information overload. I had a great time and had the opportunity to meet a lot of good people and next year I will be attending both the FMA and discovery rally. I can’t forget my good friend and bourbon buddy Pete. I highly recommend new members to attend the annual family rally you will meet a lot of great people, vendors and the technicians from RevRV were absolutely awesome, not mention the amount of information you will receive.

    I would like to thank everyone involved with the 2023 rally.

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