Monaco Romers head to Vegas

LVM Resort, a Class A motorcoach park in Las Vegas, Nev., will be hosting the Monaco Romer’s winter/spring rally from March 14 through March 18.

Monaco Romers was formed under the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) for the purpose of promoting the use of Monaco motorhomes and improving members’ personal camping enjoyment. Rallies are scheduled three times per year and typically last three to four days.

Rally attendees will have full access to all of LVM Resort’s first class luxury amenities, a diverse and fun-filled rally schedule, as well as all of the exhilarating activities associated with Las Vegas, according to a news release. There will be a golf tournament at an exclusive Las Vegas golf course, along with a nine-hole putting contest at the resort’s putting course for a little friendly competition.

Aside from planned events, there is free time built into the schedule for guests to explore all of the fun and entertainment that Las Vegas has to offer. First-time and returning visitors will have the opportunity to experience Las Vegas’ fine dining, world-class shopping, local outdoor attractions and the world-famous Strip.

“We are very excited to host the Monaco Romer RV rally at LVM Resort this March. We have plenty of fun and diverse activities planned for our guests, and our rallies are always very social and inviting,” said Tom Poteet, marketing committee chairman at the LVM Resort. “In addition to the fine amenities at our resort, Las Vegas also provides our visitors with local activities to meet their preferred travel expectations. We have no doubt that this will be another fun-filled and lucky rally in Las Vegas.”

LVM Resort hosted the American Coach Western Rally in October 2011 with over 180 guests and 89 Class A motorcoaches.

For more information about rallies at LVM Resort and to view testimonials, visit: www.lvmresort.com/rally. For additional information about the Monaco Romers rally at LVM Resort, please contact Stan & Barbara Jones at [email protected]

For more information on Monaco Romers, visit: http://www.monacoromers.com.