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FMCA invites the public to its 96th convention, "Crossroads To Fun" -- four days of
motorhomes, entertainment, RV education and more -- in Indianapolis July 12 through 15.
Family Motor Coach Association staff and volunteers are putting the finishing touches on the group’s 96th
International Convention & RV Expo, set to take place at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center in
Indianapolis, July 12 through 15. Dubbed “Crossroads To Fun,” the four-day event will focus on the RV
lifestyle. All owners of self-contained RVs and members of the public are invited to participate. Various
admission options are available. Options range from coming for a day just for the RV Expo to staying on-site in
an RV for the entire event.


One key element will be a motorhome showcase. Major motorhome manufacturers and dealers will bring their
latest offerings and invite attendees to inspect and tour them, and maybe even try one or two on for size with a
test drive of a demo coach. Motorhomes on display will be both indoors and out. Booths offering all sorts of
RV accessories, components, supplies, and services will be set up inside Champions Pavilion.
When they aren’t busy shopping, registered attendees can participate in seminar sessions focusing on more than
100 different topics. Want to learn more about diesel motorhome chassis? Two of the major chassis
manufacturers will host seminars. Interested in tips for microwave-convection cooking on the go? That will be
covered in a couple of sessions as well. Tire safety, solar energy, RV satellite TV, RV insurance, smartphone
photography — the list goes on.


Attendees will be treated to a host of other fun activities. They will gather with fellow RV owners at morning
coffee hour July 13 through 15, and at an ice cream social on Thursday afternoon, July 14. They can join earlymorning
exercise sessions; participate in a cornhole (bean-bag toss) tournament; hop aboard their bicycle for
one of several Monon Trail excursions that will be offered; and more.


Evenings will be capped off by fabulous entertainment. To kick things off, on Thursday, July 13, singermusician
William Florian will take the stage. A former member of the New Christy Minstrels, Mr. Florian will
present a special show titled “The John Denver Story” — a tribute to one of America’s most beloved folk
singer-songwriters.


On Friday evening, musicians Pamela G. and Jackie B. will share their talents. These ladies from Mountain
View, Arkansas, will treat the audience to a mix of country songs, pop oldies, and folk and bluegrass melodies
while demonstrating their prowess with a variety of musical instruments.
Saturday, the final evening of the event, will bring a world-class menu of circus, comedy, and musical talent, as
Cirque-A-Palooza comes to Indy. Acclaimed international cirque director Stefan Hayes has customized a highenergy
show for the FMCA audience. Juggling, sword swallowing, acrobatics, and more will keep audience
members on the edge of their seats.


Educational opportunities will begin even before the 96th International Convention & RV Expo itself. RV
experts will conduct a two-day workshop called RV Basics that will help to familiarize new RVers with the
various systems and operation of their home on wheels. Other RVers may want to take this as a refresher
course. The workshop will be presented July 10 and 11 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center.

For information, visit FMCA.com/academy or call (800) 543-3622. Separate registration is required.
For more information about FMCA’s 96th International Convention & RV Expo, visit www.FMCA.com/events
or call (800) 543-3622.

If you have any questions regarding information in these press releases please contact the company listed in the press release.

Pamela Kay
FMCA
http://www.fmca.com
(800) 543-3622


FMCA will host its 98th International Convention & RV Expo in Gillette, Wyo., July 18 through 21, 2018.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for motorhome owners, has announced plans to hold its 98th International Convention & RV Expo at Cam-Plex Multi-Event Facilities in Gillette, Wyoming. The dates for the event are July 18 through 21, 2018.

FMCA first held an international convention at Cam-Plex in June 2013, when 2,639 motorhomes gathered at the facility to enjoy a broad range of activities. The Cincinnati, Ohio-based association celebrated its 50th anniversary during that get-together.

FMCA international conventions include an RV Expo that showcases the latest motorhomes, as well as booths filled with a wealth of RV-related accessories, components and supplies, plus companies offering services RVers need and want.

“Attending an FMCA convention is a great way to check out the latest motorhomes and RV products,” FMCA national president Charlie Adcock said. “Not only that, but it’s a fantastic way to learn more about the RV lifestyle, with RV experts presenting seminars about a variety of topics. I’d be leaving out my favorite part, though, if I didn’t mention how much fun it is to spend time with other RV enthusiasts. I love getting together with friends I’ve made at past events and meeting new people, too.”

Set in northeastern Wyoming, Cam-Plex encompasses more than 1,000 acres of land — plenty of room for parking RVs — and boasts a number of large climate-controlled buildings that make it ideal for an FMCA International Convention and RV Expo. The RV-friendly facility also has 1,730 RV sites with various types of hookups, including 1,146 full-service sites and 584 sites with water and electric, plus general parking spots.

Cam-Plex also is ideal for a gathering of RVers because of its relatively close proximity to a number of national parks and monuments, the closest being Devils Tower National Monument, which is approximately an hour’s drive away from Gillette.

“Families can plan vacations around the FMCA event and explore all that the western United States has to offer, either on their way to the convention or on their way back home,” said Jon Walker, FMCA national senior vice president, and chairman of the FMCA Convention Committee.

Registration for the event in Gillette will begin on January 10, 2018. Owners of all types of RVs are invited to attend, and various registration options will be offered.

RVers need not wait until then to join the fun. FMCA currently is accepting registrations for its July 12 through 15, 2017, event in Indianapolis, Indiana. And registration for FMCA’s 97th International Convention and RV Expo — scheduled for March 15 through 18, 2018, in Perry, Georgia — will begin on September 13.

To register, or for more information, visit FMCA.com or call (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has more than 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical emergency and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; a tire purchasing program; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; and discounted rates for RV tours and caravans. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the web at FMCA.com.

Contact:

Pamela Kay
Director of Communications, Publishing
(800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622
pkay@fmca.com


FMCA's July 12 through 15, 2017, event in Indianapolis, Indiana, includes motorhome displays; booths filled with RV components, supplies and services; seminars; top-notch entertainment; and more. Hurry to take advantage of early-bird registration pricing!

Plans are taking shape for Family Motor Coach Association’s 96th International Convention and RV Expo, scheduled for July 12 through 15, 2017, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center in Indianapolis. An early-bird discount of $30 is available to anyone who registers on or before May 12, 2017.

An FMCA convention and RV expo features displays of the latest motorhomes and nearly every conceivable item to put in, on, or under a home on wheels. Other activities include seminars — approximately 100 different topics —covering everything from motorhome chassis maintenance to smartphone usage while traveling.

“Attending an FMCA convention and RV expo is a great way to learn more about the RV lifestyle and also to meet some really nice people from all across North America who come together because of their love of RV travel,” said FMCA national president Charlie Adcock. “I’ve learned so much from attending FMCA conventions over the years and from spending time with other RVers. FMCA members always seem willing to share information and to help one another.”

A variety of registration options are available – ranging from a $10 single-day pass that provides admission only to the exhibits to a $195 full-access pass that enables the attendee to bring their RV and stay right at the fairgrounds and enjoy all of the activities in the company of others who share a passion for the RV lifestyle. Owners of motorhomes and self-contained towable RVs are invited to join the fun.

With so much going on at an FMCA event, one common complaint afterward is that attendees didn’t have enough time to do everything they wanted to. One solution is to sign up for RV Basics. This two-day workshop led by RV experts takes place right at the convention site before the event itself starts. The RV Basics course is designed for those new to the RV lifestyle or even those just contemplating the idea, as well as more seasoned RVers looking to brush up on their knowledge. The cost for the two days of classes and two nights of camping is $250 per person or $400 per couple. To learn more, visit http://www.FMCA.com/academy.

To register for the convention, RV Basics, or both, visit http://www.FMCA.com/conventions-64/indianapolis-2017/family-registration.html or call (800) 543-3622.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has approximately 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical evacuation and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.


July 12 through 15, 2017, event in Indianapolis, Indiana, includes motorhome displays; booths filled with RV components, supplies, and services; seminars; top-notch entertainment; and more.

Plans are taking shape for Family Motor Coach Association’s 96th International Convention and RV Expo, scheduled for July 12 through 15, 2017, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center in Indianapolis. An early-bird discount of $30 is available to anyone who registers on or before May 12, 2017.

An FMCA convention and RV expo features displays of the latest motorhomes and nearly every conceivable item to put in, on, or under a home on wheels. Other activities include seminars — approximately one hundred different topics —covering everything from motorhome chassis maintenance to smartphone usage while traveling.

“Attending an FMCA convention and RV expo is a great way to learn more about the RV lifestyle and also to meet some really nice people from all across North America who come together because of their love of RV travel,” said FMCA national president Charlie Adcock. “I’ve learned so much from attending FMCA conventions over the years and from spending time with other RVers. FMCA members always seem willing to share information and to help one another.”

A variety of registration options are available – ranging from a $10 single-day pass that provides admission only to the exhibits to a $195 full-access pass that enables the attendee to bring their RV and stay right at the fairgrounds and enjoy all of the activities in the company of others who share a passion for the RV lifestyle. Owners of motorhomes and towable RVs are invited to join the fun.

With so much going on at an FMCA event, one common complaint afterward is that attendees didn’t have enough time to do everything they wanted to. One solution is to sign up for RV Basics. This two-day workshop led by RV experts takes place right at the convention site and right before the event itself starts. The RV Basics course is designed for those new to the RV lifestyle or even those just contemplating the idea, as well as more seasoned RVers looking to brush up on their knowledge. The cost for the two days of classes and two nights of camping is $250 per person or $400 per couple. To learn more, visit www.FMCA.com/academy.

To register for the convention, RV Basics, or both, visit www.FMCA.com/conventions-64/indianapolis-2017/family-registration.html or call (800) 543-3622.

About Family Motor Coach Association • Enhancing The Motorhome Lifestyle

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has approximately 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical evacuation and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.


Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) has announced that the organization will be heading back to a favorite venue for its 97th International Convention and RV Expo. Members of the RV owners group will gather at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, Georgia, March 15 through 18, 2018. This will be FMCA’s 10th convention at this world-class facility located less than two hours south of Atlanta. Various improvements have been made to the venue over the years since FMCA’s first visit in 1996.

“There’s a reason we keep going back to Perry,” FMCA national president Charlie Adcock said. “It’s one of the best facilities we have at our disposal in terms of parking for hundreds of RVs and great space for seminars, meetings, entertainment, and so on. The location just off Interstate 75 also factors into the picture. Thousands of snowbirds pass right by the fairgrounds each spring on their way back to their northern homes. Add to that the fantastic hospitality we enjoy from the fairgrounds staff and members of the community, and it’s pretty much the perfect place for an FMCA event.”

An FMCA convention includes an RV expo featuring hundreds of the latest motorhomes open for touring, along with booths filled with nearly every imaginable item needed to outfit an RV for travel, as well as various RV-related services.

In addition, educational opportunities abound. They’ll begin even before the event itself, with the RV Basics workshop set to take place in advance of the event opening. RV experts will lead key sessions designed for everyone from beginning RVers to those who have been RVing for a while but are looking to refresh their knowledge.

During the event itself, approximately a hundred different seminar topics will be covered — everything ranging from chassis maintenance to smartphone use while traveling.

Registration for the event in Perry is expected to begin this fall. So, RV owners are invited to save the date and make plans now to join the fun.

Meanwhile, registration currently is under way for FMCA’s 96th International Convention — “Crossroads To Fun” — set to take place July 12 through 15 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center in Indianapolis. Register online at FMCA.com or by calling (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622. Registration for the next RV Basics workshop, scheduled for July 10 and 11 at the fairgrounds, also is under way.

FMCA is accepting registrations for exhibitors for the Indianapolis convention as well. Please contact the FMCA sales team at (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622 to reserve a booth or for additional information.


Family Motor Coach Association’s 95th International Convention, running March 7 through 10 in Chandler, Arizona, is shaping into a well-attended event at a new venue for the association — Rawhide Western Town and Event Center.

The official motorhome count, released today, is 2,627. This includes 2,273 family-member motorhomes and 354 commercial motorhomes. This represents the highest figure since FMCA’s Perry, Georgia, convention in 2011.

Twelve motorhome manufacturers are represented among the approximately 175 exhibitors on-site. The indoor exhibit hall includes around 235 supplier booths showcasing components, accessories, resort information, FMCA-affiliated services and more. The exhibits have been bustling each day during exhibit hours, augmented by a higher-than-usual influx of day visitors. These include FMCA members who are not parked at Rawhide, yet are choosing to participate in the activities via “passport” admission or simply to view the RV expo displays.

Rawhide Western Town and Event Center is hosting FMCA’s first convention at a themed venue. The 80-acre property includes the appropriately titled Western Town, where FMCA has scheduled most of its 100-plus seminars. The sessions are being held in venues such as the Silver Spur, Branding Iron, and Moonshine Room.

Boarded sidewalks and strolling, costumed cowboys add to the character of the place. Attendees have been encouraged to “capture the moment,” snapping and posting shots of themselves next to stagecoaches and other Western displays, and posting on social media with the hashtag #fmcaAZ17.

Western Town is closed to the public on weekdays, which has allowed FMCA to take advantage of the facility. On Friday, March 10, the town is transitioning back to a public attraction, offering a variety of eateries and gun-slinging-type entertainment from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. Attendees will have a choice of seeing Western Town in full action or enjoying a performance by the Phoenix-based band Sapphire Sky.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has approximately 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical evacuation and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.


NEWS RELEASE
Jan.7, 2017

Staff members and officers at Family Motor Coach Association, a Cincinnati-based organization for owners of motorhomes, are busily preparing for the group’s March 7 through 10 gathering in Chandler, Arizona.

CINCINNATI, Ohio — FMCA's 95th International Convention has been dubbed “Rally In The Valley,” a nod to the host area’s designation as the Valley of the Sun.

RV owners are invited to register to stay on-site in their RV or to purchase an event passport that allows them to enjoy all of the activities except overnight parking.

Members or guests may also come just for the day to view the motorhomes that will be on display and wander through hundreds of booths filled with RV accessories, components, and RV service providers.

Parking space for RV families at the Rawhide Western Town and Event Center is filling up quickly as the early-bird registration deadline of Friday, January 6, approaches. Registering prior to this date saves attendees up to $30. To register, visit FMCA.com or call FMCA at (800) 543-3622.

FMCA also has announced its inaugural RV Basics course, which will take place March 5 and 6 at Rawhide Western Town and Event Center just prior to the Rally In The Valley. Led by several well-known RV experts, these information-packed sessions will help to get beginning RVers off to a great start after their purchase of a new or preowned vehicle, or serve as a refresher course for current owners.

“RV Doctor” Gary Bunzer; Mac “The Fire Guy” McCoy; and RV Safety & Education Foundation executive director Walter Cannon will share key preparation, operation, and maintenance practices essential for trouble-free travel, all in a relaxed setting. Owners of any type of RV — or wannabe RVers — who would like to sign up for the RV Basics course or find out more can visit FMCA.com/academy or call the FMCA Events Department at 800-543-3622.

Motorhome manufacturers and dealers may be interested in purchasing RV Basics class passes to provide to customers. For information about sponsorships or to purchase packages of class passes for customers or prospective clients, contact Ranita Jones, sales manager (rjones(at)fmca(dot)com; 800-543-3622, ext. 214).
 

About Family Motor Coach Association • Enhancing The Motorhome Lifestyle

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has more than 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical evacuation and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.

Contact:
Pamela Kay
Director of Communications, Publishing
(800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622
pkay@fmca.com


NEWS RELEASE
October 19, 2016

Chris Smith appointed FMCA executive director/chief financial officer
FMCA has appointed
Chris Smith to the position of
executive director/chief financial officer.
 

CINCINNATI, Ohio — Family Motor Coach Association, an international organization for motorhome owners, has announced the promotion of Chris Smith to the position of executive director/chief financial officer effective immediately. Mr. Smith joined the association in August 2013 as director of administrative services/controller.

Mr. Smith graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Prior to coming on board at FMCA, he served as assistant controller for a Cincinnati-based company for several years.

“We are excited to have an experienced staff member take the reins at FMCA,” said FMCA national president Charlie Adcock. “During his tenure with FMCA, Chris has become a valuable asset. He has developed an in-depth knowledge of FMCA and the RV industry and has played a key role in the recent membership growth FMCA has been experiencing. We look forward to having him serve in this new leadership capacity.”

“I’m honored to be taking on this new leadership role,” Mr. Smith said. “Exciting things are happening at FMCA, and my goal is to keep the momentum going and continue to build on FMCA’s legacy as the best organization for motorhome owners. We’ll be looking for new ways and opportunities to serve the needs of RV travelers. I’ll be attending the upcoming National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, and look forward to connecting with industry representatives there.”

About Family Motor Coach Association • Enhancing The Motorhome Lifestyle
Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has more than 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical evacuation and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.

Contact:
Pamela Kay
Director of Communications, Publishing
(800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622
pkay@fmca.com


NEWS RELEASE
Sept. 29, 2016

FMCA invites all RV owners, manufacturers and suppliers to gather for its 96th International Convention July 12-15, 2017, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.


CINCINNATI, Ohio — Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for people who own motorhomes, has announced plans for a return visit to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. FMCA will hold its 96th International Convention in this city known as the “Crossroads of America” July 12 through 15, 2017, and all RV owners are invited.

FMCA hosted a very successful convention at the fairgrounds in August 2012 that was attended by some 2,000 families. “We made a great decision when we opted to host our event in Indianapolis several years back,” said Charlie Adcock, FMCA national president. “The state fairgrounds there easily accommodated our needs in terms of parking for thousands of motorhomes, and it provided plenty of space for motorhome exhibits and indoor vendor displays, as well as facilities for our many seminars and other activities. So, we’re looking forward to a return visit to this fantastic venue.”

“Indianapolis is within a day’s drive of 70 percent of the U.S. population, so that makes it an ideal spot for a gathering of motorhome owners from across North America,” commented Jon Walker, FMCA national senior vice president and chairman of the association’s Convention Committee. “It also happens to be fairly close to the Elkhart, Indiana, area, known as the RV capital of the world. So, that makes it easy for motorhome and component manufacturers and suppliers to take part in the motorhome showcase portion of FMCA’s event.”

The motorhome showcase that unfolds during the FMCA convention is a key element. Major motorhome manufacturers and dealers come together to present a fantastic shopping opportunity for those looking to purchase their first motorhome or their next. Motorhomes in a variety of sizes and price ranges will be on display. Plus, hundreds of companies will set up displays of RV components and accessories, home products, and RV-related services.

When they aren’t shopping, attendees can take part in seminars about topics ranging from towing a vehicle behind a motorhome to microwave-convection cooking. Approximately 100 different sessions will be held, so plenty of educational opportunities will present themselves.

Multiple options are available for attending FMCA conventions. RV owners are invited to bring their vehicle and stay on-site to enjoy all of the activities. Those who don’t yet own an RV are welcome to come for the day and just explore the motorhome show or purchase a passport that allows them to take part in all activities (with no RV parking).

Meanwhile, FMCA currently is taking registrations for its 95th International Convention, set to take place at Rawhide Western Town and Event Center in Chandler, Arizona, near Phoenix, March 7 through 10, 2017.

For information about FMCA events, visit FMCA.com or call (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622.

Family Motor Coach association

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained, motorized recreation vehicles known as motorhomes. The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has more than 70,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family Motor Coaching; a medical emergency and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; group rates on a roadside assistance program and on motorhome and auto insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and a tire purchasing program. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of motorhome travel and recreation. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the Web at FMCA.com.

Contact:
Pamela Kay
Director of Communications, Publishing
(800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622
pkay@fmca.com

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