News and Information
25th Anniversary Rally- Goshen, IN – May 19th to 24th 2015
RV Insurance – from Bob Frank
I have recently begun a new project that I think may be of interest to all our members.
Ronald Jarvie, a Certified Insurance Counselor and owner of Overland Insurance Services, has talked with ACA about developing an ACA Insurance Agency with him. For more information, click this link. Or to be taken to the quoting website- click the banner about insurance at right.
Rally Details- Hosts and Locations
If you haven't visited this page before.... you really need to... This is where phone numbers, host names and all the "scoop" are listed- call it "expanded" information on each rally so you can plan ahead and get in on the fun.... Click here for page.
Introducing Lenny Razo- Director of American Coach
Lenny has a new position with ARG/American Coach, and has consented to writing an article for our website and the ACA magazine. Click to Read
Diesel Pusher Maintenance Rally!!!
We have recently been approached by Roger Stickley, President of the Ramblin' Pushers RV Club.
They have extended an invitation to all American Coach owners to attend their Maintenance Session which is held annually in Goshen Indiana in early May. This year it ends two weeks prior to the start of our 25th Anniversary rally which will be held in the same location.
This is a great chance for ACA owners to learn more about their coaches and have some maintenance done at the same time. As shown in the program, there are also seminars of interest for the ladies in attendance. Representatives from ARG as well as many suppliers and vendors will be in attendance. It should be an exciting and educational rally. Here are some links for you to learn more about this unique program:
Useful Technical Tips-
ACA member Rob Lowe maintains a very useful collection of technical tips and information on his website... He also writes a column in our magazine- If you'd like to check this out- Click here!
Updated Rally Calendar
Board Motions to modify By-laws:
The ballot is in the mail, and if you have questions regarding the specifics of the proposed changes, Click for details.