According to a release, the association will be making a return visit to Madison, having hosted events there in 1984 and 2011 as well.
“The folks at the Alliant Energy Center and in the city of Madison rolled out the red carpet for FMCA in 2011, and we had a great time during our visit,” FMCA National President Charlie Adcock said. “So, we almost immediately made plans to host an event there again. The Alliant Energy Center is a topnotch facility, and Madison and the great state of Wisconsin offer endless family-friendly activities. That makes this an outstanding destination for FMCA.”
A key element of these gatherings is an FMCA’s motorhome showcase as top motorhome manufacturers and dealers will display their latest models. When it comes to outfitting the motorhome for travel, attendees will be able to head to the indoor exhibition halls, which will house more than 300 booths packed with a variety of RV-related products and services.
FMCA events also offer motorhome owners, as well as those exploring the idea of ownership, opportunities for enhancing their knowledge via seminars conducted by RV experts. Nearly 100 different topics are expected to be addressed during the event in Madison.
In addition, motorhome owners will be treated to several nights of first-rate entertainment and a variety of special activities. Among them will be group tours of local sites and attractions.
Although the convention is organized for Family Motor Coach Association members, the organization also invites members of the public to attend and provides various admission options. For those who want to view only the motorhome exhibition, admission costs $7 per day; children 12 and under are admitted free with an accompanying adult, as are those with an active military ID. Those who would prefer to take in the exhibits and also attend seminars and entertainment may purchase a Daily Passport, which is available for $75 per person ($65 for FMCA members).