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Old 03-24-2015, 08:07 PM   #11
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Bob, part of what we do is look at the registrations by brand to help determine which plants to visit.

Based on last year's experience, I'd expect multiple trips to Cedar Creek, Flagstaff/Rockwood, Berkshire/Charleston, R-Pod, Columbus, and possibly others. Georgetown had a huge turnout last year, but unfortunately that plant, which also produces FR3, Cardinal, and Blue Ridge, can't accommodate a busload of visitors.

It's also possible to talk with the sales reps and arrange individual or small group tours.
Thanks Bob - we will work with that and also if we could drive over on a off-day for the parking committee we could do that as well
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Old 03-25-2015, 02:52 PM   #12
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Registration opens Thursday, 3/26 for the FROG Rally.

The March Newsletter with registration instructions just went out, and a copy will be posted on the FROG Website.

Let's Get Ready to Rally!
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Thanks, F.R.O.G. Bob!
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AWESOME F.R.O.G. Bob!!


Anne-Marie and I are SO ready to Rally™
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Thanks Bob for all that you are doing and all the time you are putting in !
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O.K., since I can't answer my own question, I'll ask it here.

In the newsletter email, I read "From there, you'll be directed to go to a payment page where you can select your basic Rally registration and any optional tours." Is this initial registration process the only time a person can register for optional tours? If it is, I'll have some tough decisions to make since, although I have interest in more than one of these tours, the number ONE item on my Goshen International Rally bucket list is a factory tour (if at all possible, of the factory that builds Wildcats). I am interested in their process and technology. Bottom line, I guess I'm too cheap to sign DW and me up for a $65 tour, etc., and then bail out on it upon learning that MY factory tour conflicts schedule-wise. Be easy on my asking, I'm making a 950-mile one-way pull (give or take) and am trying to maximize my time and money expenditure.

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When can we register? What is best sort of aux transportation car or golf cart ?
Unless you are going exploring in/around Elkhart County on your own, you don't need a car. Certainly not on the fairgrounds. And if you want your own golf cart, more power to you, but there are enough shuttles and company carts running around that you can grab a ride pretty much whenever you need one to get to a seminar, meals, etc.
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O.K., since I can't answer my own question, I'll ask it here.

In the newsletter email, I read "From there, you'll be directed to go to a payment page where you can select your basic Rally registration and any optional tours." Is this initial registration process the only time a person can register for optional tours? If it is, I'll have some tough decisions to make since, although I have interest in more than one of these tours, the number ONE item on my Goshen International Rally bucket list is a factory tour (if at all possible, of the factory that builds Wildcats). I am interested in their process and technology. Bottom line, I guess I'm too cheap to sign DW and me up for a $65 tour, etc., and then bail out on it upon learning that MY factory tour conflicts schedule-wise. Be easy on my asking, I'm making a 950-mile one-way pull (give or take) and am trying to maximize my time and money expenditure. Thank you kindly.

Dan, the tours WILL fill up quickly. If you are scheduled for a tour and that tour conflicts with a scheduled tour of the factory, it is usually easier to re-schedule your factory tour, even if it is not with the "organized" factory tour. Bottom line: If you want one of the optional tours, better get signed up for it pretty quickly.
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Dan, the tours WILL fill up quickly. If you are scheduled for a tour and that tour conflicts with a scheduled tour of the factory, it is usually easier to re-schedule your factory tour, even if it is not with the "organized" factory tour. Bottom line: If you want one of the optional tours, better get signed up for it pretty quickly.
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O.K., since I can't answer my own question, I'll ask it here.

In the newsletter email, I read "From there, you'll be directed to go to a payment page where you can select your basic Rally registration and any optional tours." Is this initial registration process the only time a person can register for optional tours? If it is, I'll have some tough decisions to make since, although I have interest in more than one of these tours, the number ONE item on my Goshen International Rally bucket list is a factory tour (if at all possible, of the factory that builds Wildcats). I am interested in their process and technology. Bottom line, I guess I'm too cheap to sign DW and me up for a $65 tour, etc., and then bail out on it upon learning that MY factory tour conflicts schedule-wise. Be easy on my asking, I'm making a 950-mile one-way pull (give or take) and am trying to maximize my time and money expenditure.

Thank you kindly.
Dan, it's a good question. You can go back and add tours later as long as they're not filled.
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