Looking forward to seeing you at Alumapalooza, May 30—June 4, 2017 at the Airstream factory in Ohio. It’s not just a fun event; your participation benefits the local Jackson Center community, too! The Aluminum Gong Show always raises needed funds for a local charity, and this year there are two more opportunities to give back.
Every dollar raised at the silent auction (held in the Vendor/Registration tent) will be donated to the Jackson Center Food Bank, a worthy cause that helps many local folks. Top bidders will be treated to a special VIP Airstream factory tour—including areas that the regular tour doesn’t go—personally led by Plant Manager Marion Slater. You’ll have at least an hour to tour the facility, ask all the questions you want, and get a memento of your visit.
R&B Events will also be partnering with Airstream, Inc. on a fundraiser that has something in it for you as well: a big take-out lunch featuring barbecue chicken and all the fixin’s, prepared by the local Sons of the American Legion. Alumapalooza guests pay only $5 (Brett and Rich are picking up the rest of the tab), and all proceeds will go to the The American Cancer Society and Shelby County Relay for Life.
Links You’ll Like
By now you’ve heard the melancholy news: RIP Airstream Ranch.
Airstream, Inc. growth and expansion is good for Jackson Center (and means more restaurant choices in the village!)
Lazydays posted an inside look at the new Airstream Basecamp—and follow the link to their Airstream store to see what’s on the lot.
The mile-high Schweppes Airstream Experience promises a “spectacular lifestyle surprise” and includes everything required for the “perfect Gin-Tonic”.
“We Were Alumafandango’d…And We Liked It !!” announced the bloggers at Dents and Filiform.
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