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Hardly any representation

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From our OVER 3800 members! hmm
 
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I'm staying neutral.

Take a stand it is secret ballot.
 
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At the last Milford GTG Hank told me that trailer owners are excluded from FMCA as they are not motor coaches.


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Seems to me that FMCA's definition of "fun rallies" differs markedly frmo Barthmobilers'


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Seems to me that FMCA's definition of "fun rallies" differs markedly frmo Barthmobilers'
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On this page the results (June 17,2017) against for the fist time during the entire poll. Results were on occasion tied. As I continue to beat a Deadhorse, I ask members to please vote.
Bill (Stinkydaddy) I am sorry you cannot be a member of FMCA since you have a camper Trailer. I never knew this was actually a rule for Family Motor Coach Association. Thanks Bill for pointing this out. As I said before you do not have to be a FMCA member to have our Barth Motor Coaches recognized by FMCA.
 
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On this page the results (June 17,2017) against for the fist time during the entire poll. Results were on occasion tied. As I continue to beat a Deadhorse, I ask members to please vote.
Bill (Stinkydaddy) I am sorry you cannot be a member of FMCA since you have a camper Trailer. I never knew this was actually a rule for Family Motor Coach Association. Thanks Bill for pointing this out. As I said before you do not have to be a FMCA member to have our Barth Motor Coaches recognized by FMCA.

Seems to me they have voted, at least voted their interest. Just an outside observer.


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Seems to me they have voted

hmm I am still missing 3789 voters? hmm java
 
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At the last Milford GTG Hank told me that trailer owners are excluded from FMCA as they are not motor coaches.
FMCA members will vote this fall. Proposed changes would allow owners of "other" recreational vehicles to join. Ballots must be received by November 30, 2017
I wonder what the outcome will be. It is strange that ballots are mail in only.
 
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On this page the results (June 17,2017) I am sorry you cannot be a member of FMCA since you have a camper Trailer. I never knew this was actually a rule for Family Motor Coach Association. Thanks Bill for pointing this out. As I said before you do not have to be a FMCA member to have our Barth Motor Coaches recognized by FMCA.


I like this one from travel-industry-dictionary:
Define Motorcoach
motorcoach. A bus specifically designed for touring, featuring large windows and a large luggage compartment. May include toilet facilities.

Sometimes otherwise-exclusive clubs (including Foretravel) open events to normally-ineligible units of "friends & family". So it is, later this month, with the Foretravel Great Lakes rally at St. Louis, MO.
 
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