The Good Sam Rally News

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May 27, 2011

This just in…The Rally Weekender Pass! It’s a great way for those who have a little less time available to enjoy the Good Sam Rally’s highlights in Redmond, Oregon! The Rally’s new Weekend Pass is attractively priced at just $149 per couple, and includes three nights of dry camp RV parking and all that the Rally has to offer Friday, July 15 – Sunday July 17

Headlining the evening entertainment on Friday night is country music superstar Vince Gill and rounding out the program over the weekend are Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone and The High Street Band….all included in the Weekend Pass!  Experience the huge trade show featuring all kinds of gadgets and gear, hundreds of RVs on display, informative RV lifestyle seminars, kids’ activities and more.  Additional adults in your RV are only $49 each, children 12 and over are $29 and children under 12 are free!

Join us in picturesque Redmond, Oregon where the high desert beckons with warm sunny days and cool nights without humidity.  In Redmond you’ll be surrounded by stunning natural features such as snow-capped mountains, awe-inspiring lakes and rivers, hiking trails and sun-drenched high desert flora and fauna.  Nearby charming Bend, Prineville and Sunriver beckon you to come and explore what they have to offer…and shopping is tax free!

You’ll also be able to participate in an exclusive RVing seminar with RV expert and popular publisher of Trailer Life and Motorhome magazines, Bob Livingston.  Bring along your questions – Bob’s vast knowledge of the world of RVs will only help to make your RV travels so much more enjoyable.

The Rally Weekender Pass allows you and your family to participate in all of the Rally activities on your own timetable.  Space is still available…so reserve yours today!  For more information and to register, visit, or call 800-701-1399.

The Good Sam Rally is presented by DISH Network and is hosted by:  The Good Sam Club, Camping World, Coast to Coast, Woodall’s, Motorhome Magazine, Trailer Life Magazine, and Camping Life magazine.

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  1. chuck clausen

    You are a joke. Locals can’t attend unless they buy a camping spot.
    And if you don’t fill this out right, you have to start over. Why????
    I’m a life member but I don’t know why..