RV retailers and RV park and campground operators can now show their support for the U.S. Department of Interior’s Take Pride in America program through the purchase of decals and posters sponsored by the national RV Dealers Association (RVDA) and the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC).
Take Pride in America is a public-private partnership initiative managed by the Department of Interior designed to increase volunteer service on America’s public lands and connect more Americans to their outdoors legacy.
The new decals feature the red, white, and blue Take Pride in America logo. The removable decals are weather-resistant for indoor/outdoor use and are ideal for dealership special events, distribution to customers, and to place on vehicles at shows.
A four-color Take Pride in America poster with beautiful RV camping scenes is included with each order of 50 decals.
Proceeds from the sale of materials are donated to Take Pride in America.
“RVDA supports responsible recreational use of America’s great outdoors and expansion of volunteerism on our public lands,” said RVDA President Mike Molino. “RV dealers are pleased to support the Take Pride in America program that will help foster healthy outdoor opportunities in our parks, forests, and other outdoor places.”
“The National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds is proud to be a charter member of this important program and to promote volunteerism on America’s public lands,” said Linda Profaizer, ARVC President & CEO. “Outdoor recreation is part of the American spirit, and the owners and operators of America’s RV parks and campgrounds are pleased to lend a hand to this important effort.”
The Take Pride in America decals are sold in packs of 50 for $29.99 ($49.99 non-members) and include one poster. Bulk prices are available for RVDA and ARVC members.
RVDA members can order by visiting www.rvda.org or sending an e-mail to [email protected], or a fax to RVDA at (703) 591-0734 to request an order form.
ARVC members can order by visiting www.arvc.org or contacting ARVC at (703) 241-8801.