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Oliver Newsletter
Issue 7Volume 4July 2019
 
 
Announcment
 
Oliver Travel Trailers has recently updated their phone system. Many owners that began their journey of purchasing an Oliver called our main sales line and could get to service through the phone tree. With the recent update, the service option is no longer an option from the main sales line.

Please add a new contact in your phone for the Oliver Service Department at 1-866-205-2621 so we can route you to the right people quicker when needed. Thanks!
 
 
FEATURED
 
2019 Oliver Rally Recap Part 2
By Mary Kay Cvacho
 
We kicked off the rally Wednesday with an informal activity that we called, “Dessert by the Lake” where we all met at the Beach Pavilion and were treated to desserts, some of which were provided by Oliver vendors, and Oliver owners. It was a fun time to meet new friends and see friends that we had not seen since last year’s rally.

Thursday morning began with a nature talk and hike by Lake Guntersville State Parks' Naturalist, Mike Ezell. 
 
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Thursday morning and Friday afternoon, we offered two maintenance workshops, "Maintenance - Anodes" Workshop and "Maintenance - Truma" Workshop. Feedback from the owners and workshop leaders told us that this was well-received, and that many people learned a lot about their anodes and water heaters and how to maintain them.

Rally Registration was held Thursday afternoon at the Gathering Place. Many volunteers helped everyone check in and sign up for activities. Pictured: Malcolm Monlezun and Carol Thompson, Henry and Kristie in background.
 
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Thursday night was our Opening Ceremony held in the Grandview Ballroom inside the Lodge, followed by a delicious traditional southern barbecue dinner. We heard from Coy Gayle, Rally Chairman, and Scott Oliver, President of Oliver Travel Trailers. During the ceremony Scott awarded Steve Landrum and Coy Gayle the President's Awards.

Pictured: Steve Landrum, Scott Oliver, and Coy Gayle
 
 
Read More About the Rally Recap
 
 
Everyone who takes the time to fill out this form completely, place it in a handy location that you and your immediate family will remember, and take it with you on trips, will be much more prepared in case you need it one day.
 
 
See An Ollie In Your Area
 
If you are interested in viewing one of our customers' Oliver Travel Trailers in your area then this is the option you want. Simply click the button below and fill out the short form. Our fields visit coordinator will then call you to setup a visit that best suits what you are requesting. 
 
 
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See An Ollie At Upcoming Rallies
 
Oliver Travel Trailers will be attending these Rallies for 2019.
We will have a demo Oliver Travel Trailer available for viewing and tours. If you are interested in setting up an appointment for your own personal viewing and tour we have setup a web page with a form to help you setup your times and appointment with our Rally Viewing Coordinator. 
 
1-3
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Land Between the Lakes
 
Oct 1 - 3, 2019, Tue, Wed & Thr at Hurricane Mills COE near Eddyville, KY. This campground has only 45 reservable sites.
 
 
MORE INFO
 
10-13
OCT
 
Cherokee Fall Rally
 
Oct 10-13 2019 Come join us for the 11th annual Cherokee Fall Rally. Located at the Happy Holiday RV Park, 1553 Wolfetown Rd. Cherokee, NC 28719.
 
 
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Welcome To The Family
 
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Andrew & Carianne K.
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Carl A.
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Chris C.
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Doug C. & Jane P.
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Ed & Nancy B.
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Greg & Patti M.
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Jeff & Denise W.
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Joe & Dee K.
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Justin W. & Family
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Scott & Faidra B.
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Val & Ann T.
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Scott & Sharon W.
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Travis & Kim F.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Oliver Owner Anniversaries
 
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Stephen M.
Charles M.
Aubrey L.
 
 
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Bill & Terry L.
Michael & Karen H.


 
 
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Kerry J.
Neoma W.
Karen B.
Dennis & Pat M.


 
 
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David & Jane D.
Bradley & Beverly C.
Claude & Kathy C.
Robert (Bob) G.
Claire & Kathy R.
Jonathan A.
Dan & Christina W.


 
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PaulWarrick
KimberlyHicks
Thomas & DonnaCross
Michael Jordan
Lee & LindaFisher
Charles & GracePowers
Russell & CindyBounds
SharonSigmon
TomSampson
AndrewQuestell
Mark & SallyDickinson
Scott & Shannon Johnson 
 
 
 
 
 
Take A Virtual Tour
 
 
Have you wanted to see an Oliver but just haven't setup a Field Visit yet or maybe you live further away than you wish to travel to see one? We have setup a virtual tour to help you look around the Ollie.

Click the button below and you will find an interactive virtual tour of the Oliver Legacy Elite, Legacy Elite II Standard Floor Plan & Twin Bed models.
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JENSEN TV to
RADIO SOUND!
By: Jason Essary, Service Manager
 
This article shows the steps required to get sound from your Jensen TV to your Jensen Radio.

Step 1: Turn your TV on
Step 2: Select the Menu Button on your TV Remote
 
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Step 3: Using the arrow keys move over and select Audio
Step 4: Using the arrow buttons scroll down and change turn the TV speakers OFF
 
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Step 5: Select the Menu button again to get out of the Audio settings
Step 6: Using the arrow buttons move over and select Setup
Step 7: Using the arrow buttons scroll down and change the AUDIO OUT to Fixed
 
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Step 8: Using the Menu button on the TV remote, exit the Menu system
Step 9: Turn your Radio on and using the AUX button, select AUX IN 2
 
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Red, White and Zoo
 
 
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Join us for Red, White & Zoo, our fifth annual wine tasting event. 

Experience the Zoo’s exotic habitats while enjoying wine from around the world. This is an adults-only evening fundraiser, guests under age 21 are not permitted. Wander the Zoo trails while enjoying unlimited samples of wine and a curated selection of craft beers! Plus, live music, animal encounters and food available for purchase through local vendors.
 
 
 
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Trip Planning
Gates of the Arctic National Park
 
North of the Arctic Circle lies a wild land barely changed from time immemorial, a park whose name invites adventure and exploration—Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. Even amidst the grand landscapes of Alaska, the 8-million acre Gates of the Arctic remains a treasured destination for wilderness exploration.

Gates of the Arctic is a national park like few others. Its remoteness makes access challenging. No roads enter the park, nor do any trails mark the landscape.
 
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Knowledgeable park rangers staff visitor centers in Fairbanks, Coldfoot, and Bettles and help visitors prepare for their trips into the Brooks Range.

Most enter the park via bush plane, while some hardy hikers trek through difficult terrain to access the park from the remote, rugged, and mostly gravel Dalton Highway, the road closest to the park boundary.
 
 
The floatplane disappears, leaving you on the lakeshore. For the next two weeks you must survive using the knowledge, skills and gear you bring with you. Gates of the Arctic is one of the last truly wild places on earth. Here you can take a journey of adventure, discovery and solitude through vast valleys and gaunt mountains of rugged beauty, and experience intact ecosystems where people have lived with the land for thousands of years.

Visitors to the park must have the knowledge and skills to be truly self-sufficient in the remote location and demanding climate and terrain of the Brooks Range. Those who come will find that opportunities for recreation and for natural quiet, solitude and wilderness enjoyment abound.

There are numerous rivers to float; six of them designated Wild Rivers. Backpackers have 8.4 million acres of spectacular wilderness in which they can wander at will. Lakes and gravel bars provide camping spots surrounded by unparalleled natural beauty.

For those visitors who don't have the time or the backcountry skills to mount an expedition into the park, there are other options.

Local air taxis provide flight-seeing trips, day trips or overnight camp-outs at remote locations. Air taxis will also take visitors into neighboring Kobuk Valley National Park to see the sand dunes, or into the Noatak Preserve. Visitors can get their NPS passport stamps for those locations at the Bettles Visitor Center for Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve and at the Arctic Interagency Visitor Center in Coldfoot.

Spend the day fishing at an alpine lake, watching the caribou pass through northern valleys, or picnicking by a wild river while listening to the wind in the boreal forest.

Whatever trip option you choose, be prepared for the experience of a lifetime.
 
 
Plan A Trip!
 
 
 
Earth, Sea and Fire Salmon
 
 
"This dish is amazingly easy to make. The secret of its great flavor is in the quality of the ingredients. It doesn't need much seasoning. Earth (potatoes, onions, roasted peppers), Sea (fresh salmon) and Fire (your favorite oven) make this a winning recipe that you all will love to try!"

Total: 45 Minutes

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 45 min
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Get The Recipe!
 
 
 
Monthly Trivia
 
Last Month's Trivia:
What are the birth flowers of June?

Answer:
Rose and Honeysuckle.

This Months Trivia:
What year was the 4th of July declared a federal holiday?
 
 
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In Closing
 
On behalf of Oliver Team and Family we'd like to thank you for your interest in Oliver Travel Trailers.

We look forward to helping you learn more about the Oliver difference. Feel free ask us any questions you may have at this time or if you would like more information please give us a call at 1-888-526-3978.

Until next month,
Jason K. Walmsley
Full Stack Developer/Marketing/Newsletter Editor @ Oliver Companies

We encourage you to research further and I can promise you, you will like what you see in an Oliver Travel Trailer. Visit our website at olivertraveltrailers.com to see more and schedule a plant tour or field visit. Happy Trails from Hohenwald, TN, USA!