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Ticket sales brisk for Hall of Fame induction dinner

(May 31, 2017) -- "Compared to this same time last year, dinner reservations and event sponsorship's for the Class of 2017 are running three times greater than last year's class," said Searer. "We've reduced the golf price this year by $50 which has led to a sharp increase in golf registrations. Read More »

OPINION: The RV/MH Hall of Fame has it backward

(May 16, 2017) -- When I planned a road trip from North Carolina to the Midwest this month, it was for the motivating reason to visit the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum in Elkhart. I was excited to experience fresh inspiration and new innovation in the RV industry. Instead what I got was a reality check to the atrophy of an industry’s history. Read More »

Hall of Fame’s Clayton Challenge hits 90% of goal

(May 9, 2017) -- Since launching the $1 million Kevin Clayton Debt Elimination Challenge in September 2014, which kicked off with a $200,000 pledge by Kevin Clayton on behalf of Clayton Homes, 145 individuals, organizations and companies have pledged more than $902,480. Read More »

RV/MH Hall of Fame sets date for Induction Dinner

(March 2, 2017) — The RV/MH Hall of Fame's Annual Induction Dinner honoring the Class of 2017 will be held on Aug. 7, at the Hall of Fame's Northern Indiana Event Center in Elkhart, Ind., according to Darryl Searer, president, RV/MH Hall of Fame (Hall). Read More »

Hall of Fame $1 million debt elimination nears 80 percent

(Feb. 6, 2017) — Since launching the $1 million Kevin Clayton Debt Elimination Challenge in September 2014, which kicked off with a $200,000 pledge by Kevin Clayton on behalf of Clayton Homes, over 125 individuals, organizations and companies have pledged more than $797,300. Read More »

RV/MH Hall of Fame urges Clayton Challenge support

(Jan. 30, 2017) -- "The board of directors has passed a provision that once this fund is successful in extinguishing existing loans, the Hall of Fame will not incur debt on the facility in the future. This will assure the long term viability and success of the Hall of Fame and Museum," said Searer. Read More »