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RVI seeks sponsors for prayer breakfast

(Oct. 20, 2017) -- In 2017, we’ll hear how Davey Blackburn had to learn to live without his wife who was brutally murdered in their own home. It’s sure to be a compelling story.

LOUISVILLE, Ken. — The RVI Leadership Prayer Breakfast has been able to bring people together during the annual RVIA Trade Show for over three decades. There, we receive nourishment, both physical and spiritual, through fellowship and hearing testimonies from one another and our guest speaker.

In 2017, we’ll hear how Davey Blackburn had to learn to live without his wife who was brutally murdered in their own home. It’s sure to be a compelling story.

RVI strives to allocate resources wisely and economically while providing the highest-quality experience possible for attendees, even in the face of rising costs that have challenged RVI’s ability to make ends meet over the past few years.

Because the Prayer Breakfast is not financially viable on its own, RVI seeks the donations of companies and individuals. Any donation amount is accepted and most appreciated, and all contributions are used for the Prayer Breakfast.

The levels of sponsorship are:

  • PLATINUM: $750 and up
  • GOLD: $500 – $749
  • SILVER: $200 – $499
  • BRONZE: $100 – $199

All sponsors at the Bronze level or above will have their name and company listed on the program.

To make a contribution, please make the check payable to RVI Leadership Prayer Breakfast and mail to RVI Leadership Prayer Breakfast Committee, 56771 Wedgewood S. Elkhart IN 46516.

Source: RVI press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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