Lichtsinn RV at 2019 Grand National Rally

We hope you’re as excited as we are for 2019 GNR! This year we are Celebrating 40 Years Selling Winnebago Motorhomes at Grand National Rally. GNR begins Monday, July 22 – Friday, July 26 in Forest City, Iowa. Look for the Lichtsinn RV Red and White Tent in the Dealer Product Display at the Rally Grounds.

The Lichtsinn RV Parts and Service Teams will be just 1 Mile away at the Dealership! See below for our full week of festivities.

Remember to come to the dealership any time throughout the week to redeem your coupons (located in your GNR Welcome Bag) for a FREE Item!

Friday, July 19th

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

6:30 PM – Join Lichtsinn RV at the Battle of the Businesses on Main Street in Forest City. We will have 2 teams this year, the Lichtsinn RV Team of Employees and the Lichtsinn RV Futures Team! We are hoping to win back the title.

 

Saturday, July 20th

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
10:00 AM – 
Join us at the Puckerbrush Parade in Downtown Forest City. We will be in the parade and handing out some great discounts to our WIT friends (Show Me Your WIT Badge!) Then join us back at the store to redeem your parade coupons and take advantage of some GNR Parts Specials. *Wit Club Members Receive a 10% Discount on all Winnebago, Itasca and Winnebago Touring Coach Parts.

 

Monday, July 22nd 

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
 – Grand Opening of Dealer Product Display
7:30 PM – 8:00 PM – Winnebago Welcome/Amphitheater

 

Tuesday, July 23

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill.
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

 

Wednesday, July 24

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill.
7:30 AM – 7:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM – 40th ANNIVERSARY BBQ at Lichtsinn RV – Just 1 Mile from Rally Grounds: RVs Are Open, Air Is On, Iowa Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Service Open Q&A Group Sessions, Fundraising Games for The American Cancer Society and More. Transportation will be provided for the return trip to Rally Grounds once GNR Shuttles have been stopped for the night.

 

Thursday, July 25

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill (Register until 3:00)
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
4:00 PM – Gas Grill delivered to drawing winner
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM – GNR Row Parties

 

Friday, July 26

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
7:45 PM – 8:00 PM – 
Winnebago Farewell Sendoff

 

Experience the Best℠ at Lichtsinn RV, the #1 Winnebago Dealer in North America for the last four consecutive years. Lichtsinn RV is located 1 mile north of Winnebago Industries in Forest City, IA and we proudly sell new Winnebago motorhomes and pre-owned RVs from various manufacturers. While at Lichtsinn RV, you can expect no delivery miles on new RVs, a complimentary half-day educational orientation of your RVexcellent guest reviews, an assigned support team from sales, parts, service and the business officesuperior accommodationsno-hassle pricing and competitive financing. See our extensive new and used inventory here.

 

Explore Underground Caves in Iowa

Did you know that the state of Iowa has several caves? Iowa has more than 1,000 caves, hidden out of sight, protected by their ruggedness. Many are open for exploration by the public. Here are some of the most popular in Iowa:

1. Spook Cave

Caves in Iowa: Spook Cave, McGregor

Photo courtesy Spook Cave

The only way to explore this cave is by boat! Guides explain the discovery, development and history of the natural limestone cave and surrounding area near McGregor. There are plenty of opportunities to photograph natural formations inside the fully-lighted cave. The temperature inside is always 47 degrees.

2. Maquoketa Caves State Park

Caves in Iowa: Maquoketa Caves State Park

Probably Iowa’s most unique state park, the Maquoketa caves vary from the 1100’ Dancehall Cave with walkways and lighting system to Dugout Cave. A trail system connects the caves, formations and overlooks. Trail highlights include the dramatic “Natural Bridge” and “Balanced Rock.”

3. Ice Cave State Preserve

Caves in Iowa: Ice Cave, Decorah

This cave in Decorah is famous for its rare ice deposits that exist until late summer. The ice is formed when the chilly air of winter lowers the rock temperature. Surface water seeps into the cave in the spring and freezes upon contact with the still-cold walls. The ice reaches its maximum thickness in June.

4. Crystal Lake Cave

Caves in Iowa: Crystal Lake Cave, Dubuque

Miners discovered this cave near Dubuque in 1868 while drilling for lead. Crystal Lake Cave was opened to the public in 1932. Tour guides lead visitors on a 30-45 minute adventure inside the cave where the temperature is always 52 degrees.

5. Wapsipinicon State Park Caves

Caves in Iowa: Wapsipinicon State Park Caves, Anamosa

According to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, a trip to Wapsipinicon State Park near Anamosa isn’t complete without visiting bowl-shaped Horse Thief Cave. Legend has it that two horse thieves used this cave for their camp. There’s also the Ice Cave, which offers cool temperatures in the heat of the summer.

 

Ride Worthy Bike Trails in Iowa

Headed to Iowa for Grand National Rally? Check out these great bicycle trails all over Iowa!

1. Cedar Valley Trails

Cedar Valley Trails

Cedar Falls, Waterloo

Choose your own adventure on more than 110 miles of trail loops in the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area. Mapsprovide information on 11 trail loops ranging from 2 to 16 miles. The trails also connect to both the Cedar Falls and Waterloo downtown districts, museums, hotels, restaurants and bars. More than 75 wayfinding signs help direct you to points of interest on the trails. Need to rest for a bit? Then head to Cedar Falls’ Main Street for a sweet treat at Scratch Cupcakery, a tasty brew from SingleSpeed Brewing, and an overnight at the Blackhawk Hotel.

2. Fairfield Loop Trail

Fairfield

Fairfield Loop Trail

The Fairfield Loop Trail circles the southern Iowa town of Fairfield, making each mile of your ride different from the last. Cycle 15.9 miles through local parks and wetlands and over Louden Bridge, which features 171 ceramic plaques created by local art students. After making a loop of town, bike your way to Fairfield’s downtown square to dine at one of the town’s adventurous restaurants like the Istanbul Grill or Green Gourmet. Or stop at Jefferson County Ciderworksfor a glass of hard cider, brewed in-house. Too early for a drink? Try the coffee at Café Paradiso; it has been voted Iowa’s best coffee for seven years straight.

3. Great Western Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Great Western Trail, Des Moines Area, Iowa

Des Moines, West Des Moines, Cumming, Martensdale

The asphalt Great Western Trail is built on Chicago Great Western’s abandoned rail bed. In 16.5 miles you’ll cruise from the urban landscape of Des Moines to rural countryside near Cumming and Martensdale. Several picnic shelters along the way offer great stretch breaks. Be sure to stop at the Cumming Tap, a popular watering hole at the halfway point of the trail.

4. Heritage Trail

Dubuque, Durango, Dyersville, Epworth, Farley, Graf

The scenic 26-mile-long compacted limestone Heritage Trail passes through eight towns and spans all of Dubuque County. The gentle grade is less than 1%, making it suitable for use by all ages and abilities. Most of the trail is tree-covered but the further west you go the more exposed the trail becomes as it is surrounded by open swaths of native prairie grasses.

5. High Trestle Trail

Rideworthy Routes: High Trestle Trail, Central Iowa

Photo by Lee N.

Ankeny, Sheldahl, Slater, Madrid, Woodward

Art and nature collide on the beautiful 25-mile High Trestle Trail between Ankeny and Woodward. A canopy of trees shades you from the sun as you cycle to the iconic and award-winning Trestle Bridge. Standing 13 stories tall and half a mile long, the bridge offers a grand view of the Des Moines River Valley from beneath angular steel frames. Although the bridge is the focal point of the trail, there are plenty of places to eat, drink, shop, and camp along the route. Rider favorites include the Flat Tire Lounge in Madrid and the Whistlin’ Donkey in Woodward.

6. Raccoon River Valley Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Raccoon River Valley Trail, Central Iowa

Waukee, Adel, Redfield, Linden, Panora, Yale, Herndon, Jamaica, Dawson, Perry, Minburn, Dallas Center

The 89-mile Raccoon River Valley Trail loops through several small towns and the Des Moines suburbs – meaning you can start and end your ride from almost anywhere along the trail. Must-stops for refreshments include Bunkers Dunkers Bakery in JeffersonEthel’s Restaurant and Bar in YalePJ’s Drive-In in Panora and the bike-friendly Hotel Pattee in Perry that doubles as a perfect overnight stop. Many rides are held on the trail throughout the year, but the most popular is the annual BACooN Ride in June which features bacon food items at stops along the trail.

7. Sauk Rail Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Sauk Rail Trail, West Central Iowa

Photo Courtesy Sauk Rail Trail Facebook

Lake View, Carnarvon, Breda, Maple River, Carroll

The Sauk Rail Trail takes you 33 miles from Lake View to Carroll in western Iowa, with the opportunity for stops every few miles at local watering holes. Check out rider favorites The Angry Beaver in Maple RiverRed’s Place in BredaThe Bar in Lake View and B&S’s in Carroll. A two-day ride is easy to achieve with bike-friendly hotels like Boulders Inn & Suites or the Carrollton Inn on either end of the route. Check out Thursday nights on the trail for the weekly “T.H.I.R.S.T.” ride.

8. Three Rivers Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Three Rivers Trail, North Central Iowa

Photo Courtesy Three Rivers Trail Facebook

Rolfe, Bradgate, Rutland, Humboldt, Dakota City, Thor and Eagle Grove

Named for the fact that it crosses three area rivers, bikers on the Three Rivers Trail can view the west branch of the Des Moines River, the east branch of the Des Moines River and the Boone River. The 33-mile trail is a lovely mix of woodlands, grasslands, marshy areas and open prairie – and seeing wildlife is common.

9. Trout Run Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Trout Run Trail, Decorah Iowa

Decorah

The 11-mile Trout Run Trail provides a scenic trip around the city of Decorah. Much of the trail is flat, but you will find some sharp switchbacks and hills to challenge you as well. The trail crosses trout streams five times and runs next to the Decorah Trout Hatchery (where you can stop and feed the fish for just a quarter). The trail also passes by the world-famous Decorah Eagles nest. When you’re ready to take a break, head to the Whippy Dip for ice cream or Toppling Goliath for an ice cold beer (home of some of the best beers in the world, according to RateBeer). Stay overnight at the historic Hotel Winneshiek for a perfect end to the day.

10. Wabash Trace Nature Trail

Rideworthy Routes: Wabash Trace Nature Trail, Southwest Iowa

Council Bluffs, Mineola, Silver City, Malvern, Imogene, Shenandoah, Coin, Blanchard

The Wabash Trace is a converted railroad right-of-way that runs from Council Bluffs to Blanchard on the Iowa/Missouri border. A scenic adventure through Iowa’s countryside, this 62-mile trail creates a memorable experience. It’s one of Iowa’s longest and most popular rail trails as it travels through the unique Loess Hills and connects with the city trails in Council Bluffs. Every Thursday night, riders can join the Taco Ride from Council Bluffs to Mineola’s Tobey Jack Steakhouse and back.

 

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Experience the Best℠ at Lichtsinn RV, the #1 Winnebago Dealer in North America for the last four consecutive years. Lichtsinn RV is located 1 mile north of Winnebago Industries in Forest City, IA and we proudly sell new Winnebago motorhomes and pre-owned RVs from various manufacturers. While at Lichtsinn RV, you can expect no delivery miles on new RVs, a complimentary half-day educational orientation of your RVexcellent guest reviews, an assigned support team from sales, parts, service and the business officesuperior accommodationsno-hassle pricing and competitive financing. See our extensive new and used inventory here.

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10 Hiking Trails in Iowa

Are you planning your trip to Forest City, Iowa for WIT Club’s Grand National Rally? If you are planning on taking the scenic route, make sure to check out these 10 hiking trails in Iowa and enjoy the beauty of our great state!

1. Wapsipinicon State Park

Wapsipincon State Park

Named by Fodor’s as one of the “10 Best Spring Hikes in the U.S.,” Wapsipinicon State Park is located just south of Anamosa. The 1.4 mile trail “provides the perfect touch of nature along the Wapsipinicon River bank,” according to Fodor’s. Streams throughout the park provide opportunities for kids – and adults – to indulge in some splashing. Visitors can also check out the park’s small caves.

2. Ledges State Park

Named for the sandstone “ledges” that rise up to 100 feet around Pea’s Creek, this popular park near Boone is home to 13 miles of scenic hiking trails. While most of the trails are steep, a fully accessible interpretive trail around Lost Lake is located at the southern part of the park. In addition to hiking, check out the Des Moines River Water Trail that goes through the park as well as the Central State Park Bike Route (along county roads) connecting Ledges to Big Creek State Park and Springbrook State Park.

3. Backbone State Park
Dundee State Park

Located near DundeeBackbone State Park is Iowa’s oldest state park and boasts more than 20 miles of multi-use trails. The Backbone Trail is less than a mile but provides rocky terrain unlike anywhere else in Iowa. Many park facilities were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s including cabins, a boat house, bridges and trails.

Pine Lake State Park

Located in EldoraPine Lake State Park offers more than 10 miles of trails. The southern shore of Lower Pine Lake boasts 250-year-old white pine trees. A self-guided nature trail runs between the Hogsback Picnic Area and the beach area. Trail brochures available at trail heads, the campground and the park office correspond to marked areas of interest on the trails.

5. Waubonsie State Park

Take a Hike: Waubonsie State Park, Hamburg Iowa

Located on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail near HamburgWaubonsie State Park’s trails feature scenic overlooks with views of four states. The popular Sunset Ridge Interpretive Trail gives visitors the chance to learn about native plants and trees as well as enjoy some of the best views in the park. For a true outdoor adventure, rent a camping cabin located in the park. If you are on the way up from Kansas, Missouri or south east Nebraska, Waubonsie State Park is the perfect stop for you!

6. Yellow River State Forest

Take a Hike: Yellow River State Forest, Harpers Ferry Iowa

Photo Courtesy Iowa DNR

The “Backpack Trail” at Yellow River State Forest in Harpers Ferry was once named Iowa’s best hiking trail by Outdoor magazine. Open year-round, the trails range from relatively easy to moderate. The Paint Creek Unit includes more than 25 miles of marked and maintained trails.

Harper’s Ferry is 2 and a half hours directly east on Highway 9. When you enter Forest City on Highway 9 make sure to stop by and say hi! Lichtsinn RV is located on the corner of highway 9 and 69.

7. Hillview Recreation Area

Take a Hike: Hillview Recreation Area, Hinton Iowa

In addition to a 6-mile network of hiking trails, this park near Hinton offers a little bit of everything for the outdoor enthusiast. Kids will enjoy visiting the resident elk herd and butterfly garden. After hiking, cool off at the beach at Hillview Pond or try dropping a line for a fish. The park also allows horseback riding, hunting, cross-country skiing and both campground and cabin camping. Visit in winter to try the snow tubing hill.

8. Hitchcock Nature Area

Take a Hike: Hitchcock Nature Area, Honey Creek Iowa

Explore some of the last remaining prairie remnants in Iowa with the 10 miles of trails at the Hitchcock Nature Area near Honey Creek. The trails range from easy ridgeline walks along the hilltops to steep climbs among rugged prairie terrain. The network of trails allows you to choose the length and difficulty you desire. The trails are open to hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. In the winter, Chute Trail is converted to a popular sledding hill.

9. Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt

Take a Hike: Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt, Maxwell Iowa

Chichaqua Bottoms is the perfect place to bring young or beginning hikers. With their short, easy (yet scenic) hikes along the Skunk River near Maxwell, you’re never far from shelters. You’ll be able to view natural habitats including oxbow river channels, marshes and wetlands as well as native prairie remnants. Don’t miss the 100-foot-long Warren pony truss bridge – one of only 17 remaining bridges in Iowa of this unique design.

10. Pilot Knob State Park

Pilot Knob State Park is one of the oldest units in the state park system. It was dedicated in 1923. Standing atop the tower on “Pilot Knob,” visitors have a spectacular view. From the tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, one can see great expanses of some of the most fertile farmland in the world. After glaciers leveled the prairies of north-central Iowa, they deposited the rocks and earth that formed the hills and valleys that are now Pilot Knob. In earlier times, pioneers used the Pilot Knob as a guide as they traveled west in covered wagons, thus giving the park its name. An open air amphitheater, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, is surrounded by scenic woods.

Pilot Knob is located outside Forest City and is a great location for camping, hiking and bicycling.

Experience the Best℠ at Lichtsinn RV, the #1 Winnebago Dealer in North America for the last four consecutive years. Lichtsinn RV is located 1 mile north of Winnebago Industries in Forest City, IA and we proudly sell new Winnebago motorhomes and pre-owned RVs from various manufacturers. While at Lichtsinn RV, you can expect no delivery miles on new RVs, a complimentary half-day educational orientation of your RVexcellent guest reviews, an assigned support team from sales, parts, service and the business officesuperior accommodationsno-hassle pricing and competitive financing. See our extensive new and used inventory here.

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Lichtsinn RV Celebrates Winnebago Grand National Rally!

Lichtsinn RV had a jam-packed week July 20 – 27, 2018 for WIT Club’s Annual Grand National Rally in Forest City, IA. We chose a few of the highlights from the week to share.

Battle of the Businesses – Lichtsinn RV competed in Forest City’s Puckerbrush Days’ Battle of the Businesses. This annual competition features local businesses competing against each other in wacky challenges for bragging rights. Lichtsinn RV’s Chris Stone (finishing department), Henry Stone (sales), Devin Richter (finishing department), Abby Durreger (sales), and Nicole Follman (sales) competed against teams from Winnebago Industries, TSB Bank, Mercy Family Clinic Forest City, Good Samaritan, and MBT Bank. The battle featured challenges like leap frog, a three-legged race, and corn shucking competition. Lichtsinn RV was in the lead the entire duration of the battle until the final challenge. Lichtsinn RV and MBT Bank competed in the final challenge and MBT barely pulled ahead to win the Battle of the Businesses.

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The Lichtsinn RV Battle of the Business Team – Chris Stone, Jeremy Gilbertson, Henry Stone, Devin Richter, Abby Duregger and Nicole Follman.
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Devin Richter leap frogs over teammate Jeremy Gilbertson in the Battle of the Businesses Competition.

Puckerbrush Days Parade – On Saturday, the Lichtsinn RV team participated in the Puckerbrush Days Parade. We had quite the turn out with 5 motorhomes.

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Lichtsinn RV is ready to celebrate Puckerbrush Days!

 

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Lichtsinn RV employees showing off their bright yellow shirts for the Puckerbrush Days parade.

Red, White and Welcome to the Winnie Bs – Lichtsinn RV welcomed the Winnie B’s – a WIT Club special interest group focusing on Winnebago’s Class B (Travato, Paseo, Era and Revel products) owners. On the first day of WIT Club’s Grand National Rally we kicked off the week with a reception for the over 85 Winnie B’s. We were excited to see familiar faces in the group and meet new Travato owners!

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The Winnie Bs lineup for a tasty lunch from Lichtsinn RV.
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Ron Lichtsinn welcomes the Winnie B’s to Forest City and Grand National Rally.

Red, White and Welcome BBQ at Lichtsinn RV – On Tuesday of GNR week, Lichtsinn RV invited GNR attendees back to the dealership for a BBQ with fundraising games for the American Cancer Society. Members of the Lichtsinn RV team served pulled pork sandwiches and cake to our guests while others members helped with fundraising games like spin the wheel, bean bag toss, and plinko. We had over 550 attendees and raised $800 for the American Cancer Society.

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Our custom-made cake from Tiffany’s Sweets for the BBQ.
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Over 500 people were in attendance at the Lichtsinn RV BBQ.

Gas Grill Winner – Throughout the week, we collected over 800 entries to win a gas grill or $150 Lichtsinn RV Parts Gift Card. On Thursday we drew the winner, Randall Smischny from Kansas. Randy was very excited to win since he said he never wins anything.

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Hope Lichtsinn awards the Lichtsinn RV Parts gift certificate to Randall Smischny.

We had an awesome Grand National Rally. Thanks to all of you who visited us in the display and in the dealership. We look forward to seeing you again next year!

 

 

Lichtsinn RV Welcomes the Winnie B’s to Forest City!

Lichtsinn RV welcomed the Winnie B’s – a WIT Club special interest group focusing on Winnebago’s Class B (Travato, Paseo, Era and Revel products) owners. On the first day of WIT Club’s Grand National Rally we kicked off the week with a reception for the over 85 Winnie B’s. We were excited to see familiar faces in the group and meet new Travato owners!

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Ron Lichtsinn Welcomes the Winnie B’s to 2018 Grand National Rally in Forest City, IA
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The Winnie B’s Lineup for Lunch Served by Lichtsinn RV Employees.
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Winnie B’s Gather for Fun, Friendship and Food with Lichtsinn RV.
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Lichtsinn RV Sales Consultant Nicole Lovik-Blaser Serves The Winnie B’s Signature Drink the Red BUZZer!

2018 Grand National Rally: Red, White and W – 60 Years of an American Icon

The Grand National Rally is an annual gathering and celebration of Winnebago RVs. Registration is open to all Winnebago brand RV owners in 2018! Attendees must arrive in a Winnebago brand product to register for and attend the event. Lichtsinn RV at Grand National Rally

The 2018 GNR – “Red, White, & W – 60 Years of an American Icon” – will take place Monday, July 23 – Saturday, July 28 in Forest City, IA. Pre-rally activities and pre-rally parking will be available beginning July 17.

Lichtsinn RV is back at Grand National Rally in the product display. Look for the Lichtsinn RV Red and White Tent in the Dealer Product Display. The Lichtsinn RV Parts and Service Teams will be just 1 Mile away at the Dealership! See below for our full week of festivities.

LICHTSINN RV GNR Event Schedule
Friday, July 20
6:30 PM – Join Lichtsinn RV at the Battle of the Businesses on Main Street in Forest City where we will be attempting to regain our title competing in various events for bragging rights with other local businesses.
Saturday, July 21
10:00 AM – Join us at the Puckerbrush Parade in Downtown Forest City – we will be in the parade and handing out some great discounts to our WIT friends. Then join us back at the store to redeem your parade coupons and take advantage of some GNR Parts Specials. *WIT Club Members Receive a 10% Discount on all Winnebago, Itasca and Winnebago Touring Coach Parts.
Monday, July 23
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill.
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – GNR Winnebago Kickoff Party in Dealer Product Display
Tuesday, July 24
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill.

7:30 AM – 7:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM – RED, WHITE & WELCOME BBQ at Lichtsinn RV – Just 1 Mile from Rally Grounds: RVs Are Open, Air Is On, Iowa Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Celebration Cake Will Be Served, Fundraising Games for The American Cancer Society.
Wednesday, July 25
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill.

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)
Thursday, July 26
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours, Register to win a FREE Gas Grill (Register until 3:00).

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

4:00 PM – Gas Grill delivered to drawing winner.
Friday, July 27

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – GNR Dealer Product Display Hours.

7:30 AM – 5:30 PM – Lichtsinn RV Dealership Hours (Sales, Parts, and Service)

7:45 PM – 8:00 PM – Winnebago Farewell Sendoff.

 

For more information on GNR click here.