The Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) has announced that tickets are now available for the RV Centennial Celebration.
"This is going to be an energetic extravaganza with a fun-filled festival, reception and barbecue, a special one-hour program featuring entertaining videos and presentations saluting the industry's history, and a cake-cutting ceremony and rousing fireworks display to cap the evening," said RVIA president Richard Coon.
The celebration will be held on June 7, 2010 at the RV and Motorhome Hall of Fame and Museum in Elkhart, Indiana.
Tickets cost $35 each and must be purchased by May 21. However, tickets purchased on or before May 14 can be obtained at a discounted rate of $25 per ticket.
The theme of the celebration is a "Salute to RV Workers." Workers attending the event will be specially recognized, there will be a video salute from industry leaders, and a commemorative plaque honoring the industry's workers will be presented to the RV and MH Hall of Fame and Museum during the celebration.
"I encourage you to use the party as an incentive to recognize your company's best and most valued hourly line workers," Coon said. "By providing tickets to those you would like to single out for acknowledgment, they can be part of the special salute we have planned, which will include those workers in attendance standing for recognition."