Quonset Sams Prepare to Clean Up Washington County Fairgrounds.
June 14, 2006
For Immediate Release
June 14, 2006
Quonset Sams Prepare to Clean Up Washington County Fairgrounds
(Richmond, RI.)- To help kick off their 34th annual Samboree, members of the Quonset Sams Chapter of the Good Sam Club will be cleaning up the Washington County Fairgrounds on Sunday, June 18 beginning at 10:00 a.m. Last month, the Good Sam Club held a nationwide Cleanup Day, in which thousands of people across the country volunteered to clean up local public lands in their areas. The Quonset Sams’ cleanup is just one of the many post-Cleanup Day efforts being held throughout the summer by Good Sam Club Chapters.
After the cleanup event, members will stick around and await the arrival of other members of the Rhode Island Good Sam Club Chapters for their annual Samboree, also being held at the Washington County Fairgrounds, June 23-25. This year’s event centers around the theme, “Silly and Zany Weddings,” and promises a memorable time for all, with entertainment and activities lined up daily.
Founded in 1966, the Good Sam Club is the world’s largest RV owners’ organization with nearly one million member families. Now in its 10th year, the Club’s Cleanup Day began in 1996 with Good Sam Club members across the United States and Canada volunteering their time and efforts to participate in this project aimed at beautifying public lands.
Julie Calzone, CEO/Calzone & Associates
337.235.2924 ext. 3, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pat Ellis, Rhode Island Good Sam Club
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.