Samboree To Commemorate 35 Years of Good Sam Club of Alaska.
June 13, 2006
For Immediate Release
June 13, 2006
Samboree To Commemorate 35 Years of Good Sam Club of Alaska
(Palmer, AK.)- For many of the 6,000 Good Sam Club members in Alaska, summer is one of the best times of year to travel, and what better place to travel to than the annual Alaska Good Sam Club Samboree? Each year, Good Sam members gather in Alaska for a long weekend of food, fun, entertainment and camaraderie, and this year is anticipated to be one of the best.
The 2006 Samboree is slated for June 22-25 at the Alaska State Fairgrounds in Palmer, Alaska, and will commemorate the 35th anniversary of the Alaska Good Sam Club. Activities planned include seminars on RV safety and maintenance, games for all ages, Samantha Tea for visiting ladies as well as an ice cream social and a catered dinner. On Saturday, the Valley Cruzers Car Club will be showcasing their 50s-style vehicles at the Samboree. Attendees will not want to miss the Alaska Dogs Gone Wild Flyball Competition which promises to be fun for all. Entertainment for the Samboree will be provided by Paws and Taws Square Dance Group, Anchor Cloggers and the Alaska Button Box Gang Polka Band. For more information, visit www.goodsamalaska.com.
Julie Calzone, CEO/Calzone & Associates
337.235.2924 ext. 3, email@example.com
Chris Williams, Alaska State Director
About Good Sam Club (GSC)
The Good Sam Club, www.goodsamclub.com, is the world’s largest RV owner’s organization with nearly one million member families. Founded in 1966, the Club offers its members a wide variety of services, including the Continued Service Plan, Emergency Road Service, RV financing and insurance, as well as member discounts to parks, campgrounds and RV events. Good Sam Club members also receive a subscription to Highways, the Club’s popular RV travel magazine. Additionally, the Club represents more than 2,000 local RV chapters designed to bring RVers together from similar geographic regions for group camping excursions. Extremely committed to its RV members as well as to the environment, the Club is a founder of the annual National Cleanup Day program and an advocate of public land access, Adopt-A-Highway programs and Adopt-A-Park programs, to name a few. The Good Sam Club is headquartered in Ventura, California, and is a subsidiary of Affinity Group Inc.