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Welcome to the Georgia Good Sam Website
Letter from the Director....
Hello everyone and Happy
Thanksgiving. Louise and I hope you have all had a wonderful summer. If
yours was as busy as ours and as fun as ours, you had a great time!
Since the Fall Samboree Louise and I have been travelling to some
out-of-state Samborees (something everyone should try). It is interesting
getting out to the other states and seeing how they do their Samborees.
Some states have large Samborees at extravagant RV Resorts, some have them
in fairgrounds, and some in various campgrounds. The one thing they have in
common though is, they have a lot of fun doing what is available at the
Samboree. Get out and get to an out-of-state Samboree and see what I mean.
www.goodsamclub.com and go to the community link
for Samborees. There you will find a listing of all Samborees available to
choose from. If you plan your trip right you can go cross-country and hit
Samborees in just about every state on your route. Hey hereís an ideaÖwhy
donít we plan on caravanning to a Samboree in one of our neighboring states
our Samboree Louise and I attended the Tennessee Fall Samboree, the South
Carolina Fall Samboree and The Rally at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. There
was a great turn-out for the first Rally held in the Atlanta area. There
was plenty to do and see and plenty of RVs to browse through and maybe
purchase. I heard that Camping World sold 85 units over the three days and
some of the manufacturers that were there sold an additional quantity. The
evening entertainment, Beach Boys, Vince Gill, and the Vogues was terrific.
In the Good Sam Base Camp we had some fun playing games such as Cornhole,
Hillbilly Golf (ladder ball), beanbag baseball and horseshoes. In the
Camping World/Good Sam Tent there was plenty of Camping World inventory for
sale, all of the Good Sam services for information and purchase as well as
the Chapter Booth where we obtained leads for Chapter Membership. I would
like to thank John & Glenda Malone (10K Gold Travelling Sams), Harry Lee &
Hazel Couch (Singing Sams), Louis and Peggy Houck (Singing Sams), Lynn &
Marti Harper (Singing Sams), Skip & Connie Reisigl (Peach State 39ers),
Willie and Eva Cobb (Peach State 39ers), Richard & Beverly Holbrook (Coastal
Sams), Richard & Judy Cassady (Peach State 39ers), and Bill & Anne Finney
(Happy Good Sams) You all helped make the booth a great success and
headquarters was pleased that so many Georgia chapter members answered the
call. They all said they had a good time working the booth and meeting all
forget the Spring Samboree is just around the corner. We follow the FMCA
Rally so make sure you get your applications in soon as many of the FMCA
attendees will stay over for our Samboree. The theme is Samboree 500 (a
auto race theme) so dig out your shirts, flags, etc. for your favorite
driver and letís go racing.
great Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas.