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On the road again with Newmar

May 26, 2011 by Rex Vogel · 21 Comments  
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It’s that time of year again. The 2011 GoNewmar Road Show is set to begin in five days.

50415_145533362144511_1861291_nFour members of Newmar’s management team are “hitting the road” again this year—Newmar’s owner Mahlon Miller, Chairman and CEO Richard Parks, President Matthew Miller, and V.P. of Sales and Marketing John Sammut (accompanied by their spouses).

Covering 4,500 miles through 14 eastern states in 20 days, the traveling motorhomes of Newmar hit the road on May 31 for another road show tour.

Four motor coaches from Newmar’s 2012 Class A diesel line will be visiting 12 dealers in nine states and one of Newmar’s largest suppliers, Freightliner.

This year’s Road Show features the 2012 Ventana LE Diesel Pusher, 2012 Ventana Diesel Pusher, 2012 Dutch Star Diesel Pusher, and 2012 Mountain Aire Diesel Pusher.

As part of the GoNewmar Road Show, the corporate executives will also spend five days at the Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally in Essex Junction, Vermont in their motorhomes, where they will RV alongside several hundred owners of Newmar recreational vehicles.

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

This year’s “Go Newmar” Road Show is being sponsored by Freightliner Customer Chassis Corporation in Gaffney, South Carolina.  The four Newmar motorhomes being driven by the traveling team are built exclusively on Freightliner chassis with Comfort Drive Steering.

You’re invited to stop by, tour the coaches, and meet the Newmar Road Show team.

See you on the road!

The 2011 GoNewmar Road Show Schedule

Date                Destination

5/31/11            Mt. Comfort RV, 5935 W 225 North, Greenfield, IN 46140

6/1/11              Buddy Gregg, 11730 Snyder Rd., Knoxville, TN 37932

6/2/11              Tom Johnson CC, 1885 US 70 West, Marion, NC 28752

6/2/11              Adventure RV, 198 Bob Ledford Drive, Greer, SC 29651

6/2/11              Freightliner CC, 552 Hyatt St., Gaffney, SC 29341

6/3/11              Freightliner CC, 552 Hyatt St., Gaffney, SC 29341

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

6/3/11              Terry Labonte RV, 1401 Bridford Parkway, Greensboro, NC 27407

6/4/11              Campground, Myrtle Beach, SC

6/5/11              Campground, Myrtle Beach, SC

6/6/11              Dick Gore RV World, 14590 Duval Place, Jacksonville, FL 32218

6/6/11              Campground, Orlando, FL

6/7/11              Independence RV, 12705 W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden, FL 34787

6/7/11              Campground, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

6/8/11              North Trail RV, 4300 Ravenswood Rd., Dania Beach, FL 33312

6/8/11              Campground, Savannah, GA

6/9/11              Campground, Gettysburg, PA

6/10/11            Beckley’s RV, 11109 Angleberger Rd., Thurmont, MD

6/10/11            Tom Schaeffer RV, 1236 Pottsville Pike, Shoemakersville, PA 19555

6/10/11            Campground, Kutztown, PA

6/11/11            Dave’s RV, 2 Industrial Plaza Drive, Danbury, CT

6/11/11            Campground, Dorset, VT

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

(Credit: Newmar Corp)

6/12/11            Champlain Valley Expo, Essex Jct., VT

6/13/11            Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally, Essex Jct., VT

6/14/11            Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally, Essex Jct., VT

6/15/11            Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally, Essex Jct., VT

6/16/11            Newmar Kountry Klub International Rally, Essex Jct., VT

6/17/11            Campground, Dorset, VT

6/18/11            Wilkins RV, 7520 State Route 415, Bath, NY 14810

6/18/11            Campground TBA

Details

Newmar Corp

Go Newmar

Newmar Blog

Newmar Kountry Klub

Worth Pondering…
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.

—Aristotle

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    Hi Rex, thanks for sharing all the info about the dates/locations of the events! I must say, I’m very pleased with my 2012 Newmar Essex (http://newmarcorp.com) so far. It’s the ideal companion and features a wide variety of their latest technology. Hope to see you at one of the above locations!

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