Three weeks to Alumapalooza!
The Alumapalooza 7 program of activities is nearly finalized and can be downloaded now. (Remember, when you arrive at the event site at Airstream, Inc. you’ll want to toss out the preliminary schedule and refer only to the final version you’ll receive at the registration desk.)
There’s still room for you and your rig on the field outside the factory, but you’ll need to act fast to register online: the deadline is May 15, 2016 at midnight!
On-site registration will be available, but your campsite will increase by $25 and only pre-registered attendees will receive the event goodie bag.
We want to see photos of your journey to Ohio, so post them early and often. Use hashtags #alumapalooza, #alumaevents, #airstream, #alumapalooza7 and #APZ7—or make up your own!
Zip Dee news
At Alumapalooza you’ll get hands-on basic maintenance experience with Zip Dee awnings, including inspection, lubrication, and checking the spring tension.
The Airstream Life store now carries their popular upgrades, including Zip Dee chairs (in a wide range of fabric colors), lift handles, solar shade, and more.
(While you’re at the Airstream Life store, check out the top recommendations for solar panels, security, shades, tools, and much more! Everything in the Airstream Life Store now ships for FREE to US addresses. (Canadian Airstreamers, you are always welcome to request a custom quote.)
Alumafandango is nearly sold out
Only a few campsites remain at Alumafandango, our Airstream-exclusive event in California this September—register today to save your site!
When the event is full, online registration will close and we’ll start a VERY short waiting list. To be placed on the waiting list, call Marie at 813-200-8877 and provide your name(s), email address, and phone number.
In the Summer Airstream Life
Airstreaming with teens, viewing desert flowers, why your Airstream is AC/DC, and more—coming in the next issue of Airstream Life magazine.
Links You’ll Like
Airstream plans more major growth! New hires, additional factory space, and more. The Dayton Business Journal has the scoop.
Not about Airstream, but cool nonetheless: the Art Deco Automobile and Motorcycle exhibit in the Houston Museum of Fine Arts closes this month on May 30. Something to see on your way east to Alumapalooza!
“Baked and Sauced” is not what you think…or maybe it is. Desserts that taste like cocktails, served from a ’68 Airstream in Connecticut.
“We sold our house, cars, most of our possessions and bought a 30ft Airstream that we could all live in,” said this Nashville photographer. Another family opts for the fulltiming lifestyle!
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