over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

Discussion in 'Talkback' started by rvanna, May 23, 2005.

  1. rvanna

    rvanna New Member

    Hey, I'm new to this site and just starting out in camping but I'm all about free or really, really cheap. I found this new rv club, omnirv.com, offering free parking spaces, discounts to memberships in Happy Camper and Passport America, and a free trial membership in North American Camping Club. Has anyone checked it out? What should I be looking for in an rv club?
     
  2. turnipbwc

    turnipbwc New Member

    over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

    Watch those sites, as the old saying goes "if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is".
    I have heard good things and bad things about those deals. Most of them were bad. If it were me I would shy away. My opinion only......
     
  3. Krazeehorse

    Krazeehorse New Member

    over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

    Spokesperson??
     
  4. janicenlarry

    janicenlarry New Member

    over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

    Join Passport America directly and you will be a happy camper with extra nickels to jingle in your pocket. I agree totally with Turnip's comment. :cool:
     
  5. Kirk

    Kirk Senior Member

    over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

    I would agree that Passport America is well worth the price, but I have never even heard of North American Camping Club? I would bet that this deal isn't a free one either?

    I went to their site and found it a bit questionable. The benefits that they offer are mostly not of the RV type and one, the Flying J discount card is available to anyone who applies for it, without being a member of anything! I suggest that you check a lot more before you spend the money.
     
  6. Kirk

    Kirk Senior Member

    over 3.000 free rv parking spaces

    I have a bit more information on this new RV club. In a post on another RV forum I was directed to this story:

    quote:LIVONIA, Mich.--May 3, 2005--Web entrepreneurs are supposed to be in their twenties, right? Not necessarily. Enter unlikely "infopreneur" Orren Hall, founder of OmniRV Travel Club, a web-based business catering to the growing ranks of RV owners.

    You can read the entire story at http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2005/05/03/057369.html

    It looks to be a legitimate attempt at a new service company that is calling it's self a club much as does AAA, AARP or Good Sam. All are for profit companies selling things. This is a new attempt to target the older RVer.
     

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