Winnebago Brings Back Grand National Rally
Forest City, IA will welcome Winnebago's annual Grand National Rally starting Sunday
Sunday 7/25/21, Winnebago again is hosting its annual Grand National Rally after a year hiatus, RV News reports. The rally will feature more than 2,000 attendees and nearly 800 RVs. Last year’s event was canceled by the pandemic.
Winnebago owners join together in this weeklong event. The event’s theme this year is “Road Trip to Hawaii.” Guests can meet Winnebago employees, participate in educational seminars, take tours of the manufacturing facilities, service their RVs, and enjoy entertainment.
“We are thrilled to welcome back Winnebago enthusiasts to the Grand National Rally,” Winnebago Outdoors President Huw Bower said. “This event brings together people who share a love of their RVs and the outdoors, and provides a unique opportunity for community, for learning and for fun.”
The even features:
- Product and vendor displays, seminars, video factory tours and Winnebago team interaction.
- Music by country music artist Larry Fleet and folk-rock musician Chris Koza, who will perform his version of “On the Road Again” to promote Winnebago’s partnership with the National Park Foundation and the #SupportYourParks campaign.
- An authentic Hawaiian Luau featuring a traditional pig roast, fire dancers, drummers and musicians, as well as Elvis and Don Ho tributes.
- Meal options from regional food trucks serving BBQ, burger and breakfast favorites, as well as a pop-up Tiki Bar.
By participating in an on-site blood drive, attendees can support a number of Winnebago’s community service efforts. Attendees can also sign up for RV Care-a-Vanner Build Day to benefit Habitat for Humanity as well as compete in a river and road clean-up contest after the event.
For more information or to register, visit Winnebago’s Grand National Rally site.