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McMahon?s RV Teams Up With ABC For The FEED SoCal Food Drive

On July 26 at the drop off location in Costa Mesa, California, McMahon’s RV made a food donation for the 2nd annual FEED SoCAL campaign that was promoted by ABC (channel 7) and several other sponsors.

An on-air interview with Paul Shilperoort, Director of Operations for McMahon’s RV, told reporter Alysha Del Valle of ABC, how McMahon’s was proud to be involved with the FEED SoCAL program. Mr. Schilperoort mentioned the bags of food donated with several cases of water that day was the beginning of a week-long program at McMahon’s RV. The dealership in Westminster, CA has pledged to donate an additional $300 for each motor home sold at that store for the next 7 days.

The food drive program began on July 19 with drop off locations in Culver City, Thousand Oaks, Costa Mesa and Ontario, CA. The FEED SoCAL program consists of The Los Angeles Food Bank that serves one million people in Los Angeles County each year. The Second Harvest Food Bank serves over 350,000 people each month in the Inland Empire and the FOOD Share Ventura County provides food year-round to more than 74,500 families each month.

For more information about McMahon’s RV, visit the website at: http://www.mcmahonrv.com.

To RV Or Not To RV On Your Next Vacation: That Is The Question

Families and couples wanting to get away on a well-deserved vacation without breaking the bank may consider weighing the costs of staying in hotels or motels along their chosen driving route versus traveling in an RV before they finalize their plans.

The RV experts at TALVOR USA suggest vacationers engage in a simple analysis to arrive at the most cost-efficient solution for their budget, beginning with the RV, itself.  If there’s already an RV in the household, the solution becomes more obvious as the expense of purchase has or is being accounted for.  

However, rentals are available at reasonable costs.  Some manufactures even offer very low-cost factory relocation programs so vacationers with flexible schedules can hit the open road without taking a big hit to the wallet.

From a traveler’s perspective, the other major cost factors are lodging, fuel and food.  Even inexpensive hotels or motels can cost upwards of $100 a night for a family of four. Need more beds or another room?  Now you’re spending up to twice that amount.

These days, taking the family sedan or SUV on a 1,000-mile drive at $4 per gallon versus using one of today’s more fuel-efficient RVs that get upwards of 15 mpg may not equate to a significant difference. Having the RV road ready with tires properly inflated is critical to the equation, and keeping your speed under control is essential to saving money, too. 

But another big plus for the RV, of course, is that most, if not all meals, can be prepared in the coach’s kitchen or camp stove. As a week’s groceries may cost $150, while dining out might cost $100 per day, the savings are significant. Camp fees and other costs are associated with taking the RV route, but the savings are still big when compared to checking in and out of hotels or motels. 

And there are other plusses to RVing. “One of the other more difficult values to estimate with RVing is the time that families get to become reacquainted and to share in some precious moments that might otherwise be missed,” said company President and CEO Pablo Carmona.  “That can be priceless.”

For more information please visit www.talvor.com/us or call (855) 657-3500

McMahon?s RV Awarded as the Top Dealer in the Western Region By Winnebago

On May 2 at a special awards program in Las Vegas, Nevada, Winnebago Industries, manufacturer of Class A and Class C motor homes for over 50 years, presented to McMahon’s RV the #1 dealer in the western region award outselling all other Winnebago dealerships. Few manufacturers take the time to recognize their top-selling dealers like Winnebago.

This is the second consecutive year that McMahon’s RV has accomplished this position.

Brent McMahon, owner of McMahon’s RV commented, “Winnebago continues to be the most popular and well-built motor homes in the US, and our sales team knows all their products to offer our customers the best deal on the best Winnebago that fits their needs.”

McMahon’s RV has the widest selection of Winnebago motor homes, that includes motorized RVs to the trailers and fifth wheel models. That is another reason why McMahon’s RV continues to be the dealer of choice by new and repeat customers. It could also be that the new McMahon’s Traveland RV in Westminster has been referred to as the “pipe dream” for RVs because it has the largest selection in California.

Winnebago Industries is located in Forest City, IA. They continue to develop new models to meet today’s rv travelers desires for a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

About McMahon’s RV

McMahon’s RV is a division of MegaRV Corporation and has been serving Southern California since 2000. California locations are Westminster, Colton, and Palm Desert, CA with four locations in Arizona (Mesa, Parker, Quartzsite and Yuma). McMahon’s RV carries an extensive inventory of Class A, B and C motor homes, travel trailers and fifth-wheel trailers. Visit McMahon’s RV on the web at: www.mcmahonrv.com.

Apollo RV Announces a New Relocation Rental Program for New RVs for as little as a Dollar a Night

The Recreation Vehicle (RV) Relocation Programs offered by Apollo RV, the world’s largest privately owned RV operator, let enthusiasts with flexible vacation schedules hit the open road without taking a big hit to the wallet.

The rental cost to enjoy a brand new Apollo RV can be as little as one dollar per night.

The factory relocation program features brand new Class C RVs that can be picked up in Decatur, Indiana. Final destinations include Las Vegas, Denver, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Apollo suggests that interested vacationers visit http://www.apollorv.com/factory-special.aspx to see the schedule and destinations.

To help with travel expenses from the airport to Decatur, Apollo RV also provides a cab allowance of $100. The nearest airport is Fort Wayne International Airport.

Current pickup dates are May 1-4 and June 2-4, 2013. Auto racing enthusiasts may want to take into consideration the 97th Indianapolis 500, which takes place on Sunday, May 26 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, when planning their trips.

Guests can choose from four brand new RV models that range in size from 25 feet to 31 feet in length. All of the relocation RVs are “ready-to-go” and come with a full tank of gas, complete kitchen items, including pots and pans, dinnerware, silverware and more, plus two sets of bedding items, including bed coverings, sheets, pillows and towels. A full propane tank is provided, as well.

Each RV in the program comes with up to 2,500 free miles. Rental periods vary with some up to 14 days. Additional days will be charged standard fees per night. Other fees and charges may apply, for details visit http://www.apollorv.com/factory-special.aspx for details.

“We’re delighted that our need to shift vehicles to specific destinations to meet our rental needs translates into heavily discounted relocation specials for our guests,” said Apollo RV CEO Luke Trouchet.

For more information about Apollo RV’s year round Recreation Vehicle Relocation Program and the RVs that are offered, visit http://www.apollorv.com/reloc.aspx. For the Factory Relocation special, go to http://www.apollorv.com/factory-special.aspx.

Gerri Hat Tricks Win Divison 5 Ice Hockey Championship

The final game on Monday night, March 25, was a true battle for the Ice Hockey Championship Division 5  title, a USSA Hockey League, as the Gerri Hat Tricks beat the Moose Drool team in what some call a game to remember. 

The Geri Hat Tricks team sponsors are Craig Phent, CEO of Flex Tech, a healthcare technology company, and Brent McMahon, President and CEO of McMahon’s RV. The team was organized by Jim Brahm of Donnelt Company. He was responsible for recruiting and assembling the championship group.

Division 5 consisted of 6 teams with the players ranging in age of 21 and over with the eldest player being over 60 years in age. The Gerri Hat Tricks team was lead by Dave Smith, who scored six goals during the three-playoff games, while Keston Barker, the guitarist from the famed rock band “The Bus Boys” scored two goals in this nail biting victory.

The majority of the players who make up the league are from the East Coast and Canada. One of the players traveled from Sweden to be part of this exciting league.

Next season proves to be another wild event as the Gerri Hat Tricks prepare to defend their title.

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