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Hall of Fame eyes expansion project

(June 3, 2016) -- Officials with the RV Hall of Fame are considering a 60,000-square-feet expansion of event space and an attached rally park campground that could accommodate an additional 300 units, Goshen News explained. Read More »

Tickets go on sale for Hall of Fame induction

(May 6, 2016) -- The induction dinner honoring the class of 2016 is not an invitation-only event. It is an industry-wide celebration where industry members, friends and families of the inductees, can come honor the inductees, said Searer. Read More »

Spring Hall of Fame RV Show kicks off April 21-24

(April 19, 2016) — The 4th annual Spring Hall of Fame RV Show returns to RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, April 21-24. The show feature RVs from nine regional dealers. Whether interested in exploring RVing or are a seasoned camper, there will something for everybody at this year’s show, a release from the group stated. Read More »

Canadian dealer’s bid takes Project Terry Trailer in auction

(Feb. 9, 2016) — Urs Buechin of Heidi's RV Superstore in Hawkestone, Ontario, Canada, submitted the winning bid of $15,300 in NTP-Stag's Project Terry auction for the benefit of the RV/MH Hall of Fame during the 2016 NTP-Stag Expo in New Orleans. NTP-Stag contributed an additional $5,000 bringing the total donation to $20,300. Read More »

Charles Lindbergh’s trailer joins Hall of Fame

(Nov. 25, 2015) -- The Lindbergh trailer valued at approximately $200,000 was donated to the museum by Californian Dennis Gibbs. Gibbs said that the trailer was custom built and owned by Charles Lindbergh, and it has never been refurbished and is in its original condition. Read More »

Hall of Fame pays off Woodward loan 10 years early

(Oct. 19, 2015) -- "Today is a red letter day for the Hall of Fame. As of last week, the $600,000 note to pay off the David Woodworth antique RV collection is paid in full," said Searer. "The twelve-year loan was paid off in less than two and half years." Read More »