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ATHS National Convention at The Rockingham Fairgrounds
#1393240 Mon Jan 18 2021 04:00 PM
Joined: Nov 2000
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Here are a few things to know about the ATHS National Show at the Rockingham Fairgrounds.
There are hotels and campgrounds near by to stay at.

There is limited onsite (no hookups) camping and the sites are going fast. I would recommend calling this number (816) 891-9900 and speaking with Jodi if you want to reserve a site. Unfortunately, there isn’t the space available to congregate like we do in Winchester so, everything has to be done per ATHS requirements. We hope to at least be able to get our campers in a row or at least close together. Hopefully we will be able to park show trucks together but nothing is guaranteed at this point in that regard.
Also, if you want to register your truck in the show and you are not a ATHS member, you will need to pay the $52.00 to become a member (something new they started a couple years ago). This also gets you the bi-monthly Wheels of Time magazine and the Show Time convention book (with pictures of all the trucks registered).

More information will be coming soon so stay tuned. If anyone else has something to add, feel free to do so in this thread.

Last edited by Bill Marlow; Mon Jan 18 2021 07:22 PM.

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Re: ATHS National Convention at The Rockingham Fairgrounds
Bill Marlow #1393588 Thu Jan 21 2021 10:15 AM
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Good work, Billy.

The pressure is on. There's a lot to think about and weigh ... and the camping may fill up while we're doing so... frown

I'm inclined to step back from making this event our stand-in for the ... event formerly known as "Homecoming" ...

I hope we may get more good news soon, but if they keep trying to make these shows bigger every year, they loose the aspects of them that make them "fun" to attend ...


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Re: ATHS National Convention at The Rockingham Fairgrounds
Bill Marlow #1393838 Sat Jan 23 2021 04:08 AM
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Looks like the on-site camping is sold out. I just tied to register as a ATHS member and I think it worked. However, it looks like we might e scattered since I didn't get a campsite. I do have a friend in Bridgewater so I'll see what might come up for camping some place else


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