2012 Good Sam Rally at the Phoenix International Raceway­

2012 Good Sam Rally

The Good Sam Rally is coming to the Phoenix International Raceway March 22-25.

Amanda Lepinski
March 1, 2012
Filed under RV News, Top Stories

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RVers will swarm the Phoenix International Raceway March 22-25 for the first Good Sam Rally of 2012. The entertainment lineup includes two Platinum recording artists; Bill Cosby and Martina McBride. In the 1960s, Cosby’s cosmic stand-up routines were well received and earned him eight Gold Records, five Platinum records and five Grammy awards.

Contemporary country music singer, McBride, achieved fame in the 90s with her traditionalist approach to country music and has since entered into the pop genre. And Sha Na Na’s Bowzer will provide the opening night’s entertainment, setting the stage for Ticket to Ride, a Beatle’s tribute band performing covers of the legendary hits.

Rally-goers will also enjoy daily trade shows featuring the latest and greatest RVs on display (including a few to test-drive around the track!) and hundreds of exhibitors revealing the accessories necessary to making RV travels spectacular. Pooches are welcome at the 9th annual rally dog show where dogs can compete for prizes. The competition doesn’t end there – Camping World is sponsoring a Match n’ Win game with winners being eligible for thousands of dollars in merchandise.

Good Sam is hosting two other 2012 rallies: June 21-24 in Louisville, Ky. and November 2-4 in Daytona Beach, Fla. For more information visit www.therally.com, or call (877) 749-7122

 

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2 Responses to “2012 Good Sam Rally at the Phoenix International Raceway­”

  1. Life on the Road: RV Rallies on March 5th, 2012 8:38 am

    [...] large rally might include new RVs on display and vendor booths selling all manner of RV-related products and [...]

  2. Werica on March 20th, 2012 3:29 am

    Hey this was a wonderful egrhating that one could tell was well planned and worked out. Have one request the bumpers whatever they are called that cover the electrical cords are too high for a 3 wheeled (probably 4 wheeled too) mobility scooter to get over. My husband and I are both handicapped and love to scoot around the activities but had a hard time doing so. Maybe flatter more spread out spots could be provided to make it more handicapped accessible for us folks! Thanks for your time and effort to make things great. Mrs B

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