Record Breaking Attendance Expected at the RV/MH Hall of Fame's 2014 Induction Ceremonies "Using history as a gauge, when typically about 25-precent of reservations are made within the last two weeks prior to the dinner, we expect to exceed the all-time record of 434 since moving into our new facility seven years ago."
The Recreation Vehicle and Manufactured Housing Industries started with a common thread. That thread was "affordable housing" Although the industries took divergent paths in our current products, our roots are still there and together we share a state-of-the-art museum, library and Hall of Fame celebrating our heritage. We invite you to join us in a fascinating trip through the history of these two industries.
Barry Cole, Chairman
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Bent Oak Golf Club
August 4, 2014
'Write Your RV/MH Story' Seminar
A new seminar has been added to the agenda for the Class of 2014 Induction Dinner day activities on August 4th.
Learn how to write your memoir or autobiography and how to write a corporate history. The cost is only $44.95; however, for those attending the Induction Dinner, the cost will be only $29.95.
For more information or to sign up for the seminar, download the Brochure
Ingram Family's "$1 Million Challenge"
Ingram Family Issues New Challenge Grant to Retire the Ingram Family's Loan
The RV/MH Hall of Fame's mission is to retire the Ingram family's $3 million loan which was incurred during the construction phase of Hall facility. Industry icon, founder of Teton Homes and Hall Board member Robert "Boots" Ingram (since deceased) loaned the Hall $3 million to complete the construction. In addition to this loan, Ingram also donated $1 million to the Hall.
The Ingram's will match the principle payment by 50 percent which means the $3 million loan will pay off with $2 million.
"That means for every $100 you contribute, the loan will be reduced by $150."