Good Sam Facebook Page Tops 10,000 Fans

July 29, 2010
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The Good Sam Club recently welcomed its 10,000th fan to its  Facebook page, and it has invited all fans and members to join the online social-networking party.

Logo: Good Sam Club regularIt’s easy and free to create your own Facebook profile, and begin communicating with fellow Good Sam Club fans and members.

The Good Sam Club, whose parent company,  Affinity Group,  also owns  MotorHome,  posts to its Facebook page daily to provide its fans with updates and information about club activities, new benefits and RV-related news.

Some of the local Good Sam chapters and state and provincial organizations have joined in the Facebook fun, as a way to get the word out about their activities. Some of the most lively chapters on the Facebook fan page are Maine, Ohio and Tennessee.

So drop in to catch up with old acquaintances and make new friends, or share your opinions on everything from your favorite campgrounds to fun hobbies.

And don’t forget the Good Sam Club page’s weekly trivia post and “Where Is Good Sam” photo challenge, which add even more fun to the mix.

If you aren’t already a fan, just click the “Like” button at the top of the page – it’s that easy. And the same goes for MotorHome’s fan page. Go to www.facebook.com/motorhomemagazine and hit “Like.”

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One Response to “Good Sam Facebook Page Tops 10,000 Fans”

  1. sharon meyer on April 5th, 2013 9:20 am

    the picture in the April magazine is at the Organ Pipe National Mont. campground in Lukville, Arizona.
    It is a beautiful campground.

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