The Airstream 2015 year-end sales event continues…but hurry!
Give your family the gift of a new Airstream!
There’s still time to upgrade your model and save big money on a new Sport ($750); Flying Cloud, International, or Eddie Bauer ($1000); Land Yacht ($1500); and Interstate Touring Coach ($2000). Claim your rebate now online.
Need stocking stuffer ideas? Visit the Airstream store for gear, gifts and gadgets for every Airstreamer and lover of silver trailers. Best sellers include the classic campfire mug, key chains, logo apparel, and collectible “toys”. (And who couldn’t use a new Airstream entrance mat?)
The fee for the five-night event increases on January 1, 2016, so register this month.
Get a free Alumafandango event t-shirt for each paid adult when you register and order your shirt this month! The tees are regularly $20 each, and will be delivered at the event.
The discount will be automatically applied when you register online by December 31, 2015.
New WBCCI Membership Postcards
Inspired by the National Park Service, the oversized postcards were revealed by Region 10 1st VP Mona Heath and Airstream’s VP of Sales Justin Humphreys at the 2015 International Rally in Farmington, New Mexico.
The new pack of four cards “evokes the wanderlust spirit in all who celebrate the Airstream lifestyle,” said Heath. “They’re symbolic of a new face of the WBCCI and integral to membership recruitment.”
Replacing the previous WBCCI membership packet, the cards are now included with every new Airstream leaving the factory in Jackson Center. They can be customized with a label including Unit or Region membership information, social media URLs and hashtags, or a simple handwritten “hello” from a fellow Airstreamer encouraging membership in the club.
Contact the WBCCI Central Office membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org to order your packet.
Canadian National Parks
“Thanks for your ezine,” wrote a Outside Interests reader—a ‘proud Canadian and a happy Airstreamer’— in response to our last issue. “I always look forward to reading your articles.”
“I agree that the National Parks offer wonderful experiences and great camping opportunities. It would also be nice to read about some of the Canadian National Parks managed by Parks Canada. There are some amazing sights north of the 49th and not just in the Rockies!”
Thanks, Reader Lynn, and agreed—some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery is part of the Parks Canada system—and you’ll find some of the friendliest campers in Canada, too.
Airstreamers, what are your favorite Canadian National (and Provincial) Parks? Send your reviews, tips and photos to email@example.com
Let us know what you’d like us to cover in future editions of Outside Interests! Got a tough question about Airstreaming and need a reliable answer? Drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your RV news for the Airstream community and photos are always welcome, too.