Alumapalooza Memorial Weekend Campout
Will you be arriving in the Jackson Center area before Alumapalooza officially opens? Join us for the traditional Memorial Weekend boondock.
The annual Memorial Day cookout—held on the grass near the factory TerraPort just for Alumapalooza early birds and those with appointments at the Airstream Service Center—will again be generously sponsored by Airstream, Inc.
Let us know if you’ll be arriving a day or two early; dry camping will be available in the parking lot, but space is limited to 25 trailers. Select “Optional Boondocking Weekend” when you register for Alumapalooza or call 813-200-8877 to have that option added.
Last chance for your Alumafandango T-shirts at $10
March goes out like a lamb, and with it, the ten dollar tee offer for Alumafandango.
You can purchase a men’s or women’s limited edition event t-shirt when you register and order by March 31, 2016. http://www.alumafandango.com/register-now/
Your T-shirt—regularly $20—will be delivered at the event along with your swag bag of Airstream and event perks, discounts, and collectibles.
Links You’ll Like:
“Go behind the scenes at the nation’s number 1 Airstream event.” Yep, DoItYourselfRV is talking about Alumapalooza. “Alumapalooza happens every spring. Find out what it’s like to go and why so many Airstream fans love their brand of trailer.”
Airstreams on campus! “A big exhibit in a small space”—University of Louisiana at Lafayette grad students converted a 1954 Airstream” into the Museum on the Move. When building a mobile history museum, there is “no better thing than an Airstream,” says Dr. John Troutman of the UL Lafayette History Department.
Meanwhile, at Kansas University, a repurposed Airstream brings art and technology to Lawrence students as the “mobile colaboratory” MoCOLAB.
“Six sleek Airstreams, $1m and a great big crane transform inner-city car park into a not-quite-a hotel.” The Notel: Trailers arranged on the rooftop of a car park in Australia.
And, across the pond, “a luxury glamping site with yurts and iconic American Airstream caravans is set to transform a hay field near Ratcliffe Culey.” (Er, guys—that’s not an Airstream.)