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Oliver Newsletter March 2019

Issue 3 Volume 4 March 2019
Pete Gives His Video Testimonial With His Legacy Elite
"When I was approaching my retirement, I was looking for my escape and I was looking all over the internet for a robust last forever trailer. I was finding other fiberglass creators and it was on one of the other forums that they said Hey there is this new guy on the block it's this company called Oliver. So I looked into it and I was hesitant to lay down the monies that were being asked at that time. 
It was Christmas day 2007, I received a phone call... He said "Pete M.?" and I said "Yes", "Hi Pete, my name is Jim Oliver. Merry Christmas, I know it's an odd day to call. I also know you were hoping to actually see one of our trailers before making a commitment. I am 7 miles from your house at a relatives. Would you like to see one?". I said "Heck yea". I went over and Jim Oliver spent at least 2 hours with me showing me hull #1. He not only showed me the quality of the trailer but he told me about the Oliver family and their concept of taking care of their employees and their concept of making something that will last a lifetime and I committed right there. After 113,000 miles I haven't looked back at my decision and I could not be more pleased and I plan to put at least another 113,000 miles on it. One of my favorite things about the Oliver is that after 10 years my trailer still looks like it came off the factory floor yesterday and it's longevity.” 

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Be Part of the Elite Team
Oliver Travel Trailers Inc. is a family owned direct to consumer RV manufacturing and sales organization building uniquely designed, all season, dual fiberglass hulled RVs. From our home in Middle Tennessee we proudly serve customers in all 50 states. We are in search of a results driven RV Sales Representative responsible for taking marketing generated leads, utilizing a consultative selling approach 
to cultivate and develop relationships that wins customers and generates sales growth.

Now hiring Sale Reps. More information found by clicking the button below:
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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. 
Green Eggs and Ham - Gunter Hill, AL - March 13 - 17
RV Entrepreneur Summit - Guntersville, AL - March 21 - 24
Oliver Owners Rally - Lake Guntersville, AL - May 16 - May 19
Eggs On The Hiawassee - Hiawassee, GA - May 30 - June 2

Eggs a la Bourbon - Clarkson, KY - June 6 - 9
Land Between The Lakes - Eddyville, KY - Oct. 1 - 3
Cherokee Fall Rally - Cherokee, NC - Oct 10-13
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2019 Oliver Owner's Rally
We are happy to announce that the 2019 Oliver Owners Rally will be hosted at Lake Guntersville State Park in Lake Guntersville, Alabama on May 16th-19th, 2019.

Registration is now open to owners and to the public.

Our 2019 Oliver Travel Trailer Owners' Rally is off to a great start with 42 campsite registrations and 60+ Ollie owners and over 100 other 
people registered to attend the Oliver Travel Trailers 2019 Rally.

Lake Guntersville State Park has 300+ campsites with hookups and a primitive camping area so there are plenty of campsites for the Rally. However, the best campsites are being reserved so make your reservations soon.

The 4-day rally will be packed with plenty of activities, programs, food and most of all fun with all of our Oliver friends, both long term and new. We have several programs and activities beginning Thursday morning to teach owners about your trailer, accessories, maintenance and special camping information.
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Welcome to the Family
Christy G..
Daryll & Rhonda M.
Jerry & Sharon E.
Mr. Holzapfel
Mr. & Mrs. Rodgers.
Mr. Wyman
Paul & Marguerite D.
Oliver Owner Anniversaries
Pete M.
Richard O.
Randy K. 
Jennifer H.
Steve L.

David & Cindy H.
Dave & Nancy P.
David and Toni H.
Leonard & Linda R.
Russell & Janie M.
Donald G.
Jeff S.
John G.
Walter L.
Chung H.
Lenny L.
Mike & Patricia V.
Gary & Ann S.
Stan & Linda B.
Uwe & Diana P.
Jerry S.
Billy & Patricia P.
Jim & MaryM.
Diane & TruesdellE.
Ruth & David M.
Mary & BrianB.
Sandra & JohnS.
Clyde & BerlineS.
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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Oliver Travel Trailer
By: Jason Essary, Service Manager
Ready to hit the open road?

Spring is just around the corner and everyone is ready to get their campers out of storage and hit the open road. Before we can take off across country we need to do some basic preparation to make sure our camper is ready to go. De-winterization and/or fresh water sanitization is an important part to preparing for your travels. Some people may not winterize in their part of the country but it is always a good idea to sanitize/clean the fresh water system each year. Some people may have different preferences on how they want to de-winterize or what is the best method. This article takes into account that you have followed our winterization instructions and therefore need to de-winterize accordingly.

This is the process for removing RV Antifreeze from your fresh water system.

1.Run water into the fresh water tank, preferably 50 – 100% full to dilute the RV antifreeze inside the tank, allow this water to drain back out under the camper from the fresh tank drain.

2.Connect your water hose to the winterization port at the rear of the camper, turn on the water source then turn on your on-board water pump. Turn on your kitchen faucet on cold until the water runs clear.

3.Verify that the fresh tank is empty and close the Fresh water tank drain. This valve is located on the curbside of the camper below the bed. You can access this valve in the same access panel where the water pump is located. The valve is located at the very bottom of the lower shell and may be hidden by one of the furnace ducts. The valve will be silver and attached to a blue pex pipe that drains below the camper.  
Picture above shows the Fresh Tank drain valve in the closed position.

4.Turn water pump valves back to standard configuration. The water pump valves are located inside the same access panel that we just used for the fresh tank drain. There will be 4 silver valves (2017 and newer models) or 2 brass valves (2016 and prior models).

2017 and newer models we will turn the two valves located on the left of the water pump.

The picture below shows the valves in standard configuration and the valves outlined with red are the only ones you should need to turn in order to change the system from winterization mode to standard mode.  
The picture below shows the valve configurations for 2016 and prior models. The valves are shown in standard mode. The blue arrow represents the direction the valve is turned for winterization.
5.Connect your water hose to the City connection and turn on the water supply. *This will be the outside water inlet labeled City Connection.

6.Turn on your outside faucet cold water until it runs clear, then open the hot until it runs clear.

7.Open your backflow preventer to allow water to properly drain into your grey waste water tank.

*You will either have a pull handle located in the bathroom next to the toilet or a power switch, if you opted for the auto drain option. The power switch may be outside or inside the closet depending on model year.
8.Turn on your bathroom faucet cold water until it runs clear, then open the hot until it runs clear.

9.Turn on your kitchen faucet cold until it runs clear, then open the hot until it runs clear.

10.Turn the water heater bypass hose back to standard mode to allow water into the tank.

The water heater bypass valve is accessed inside the trailer via the 4” deck port under the curbside bed. The deck port is located next to the furnace air return vent. See picture below 
Below picture shows furnace duct running on top of bypass valve. You will need to lift the furnace duct up out of the way to see the bypass valve.
Below pictures show a Truma and Suburban Water Heater bypass valve currently set in winterization mode. You will need to turn the valve towards you to open the flow for cold water to enter the water heater chamber.  
11.Open hot side of kitchen faucet to remove any air inside water heater tank to relieve pressure so tank fills.

Congratulations, your camper is now de-winterized and ready to sanitize or use.
St. Patrick’s Day In Music City
Are you ready for green beer and a lot of fun? St. Patrick’s Day (or St. Paddy’s/St. Patty’s) is almost here!

St. Patrick’s Day is officially on Sunday, March 17, 2019, but expect celebrations all weekend long. If you’re on vacation for spring break in Nashville, these events should be on your list, too. Consider this your go-to resource for all things St.
Patrick’s Day in Nashville. We’ll be adding events and parties as they are announced.  
Successful St. Paddy’s Celebration = Don’t Get Pinched + Drink Green Beer
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An Oliver Travel Trailers' Journey
By: Frank McMichael, Hull #101
The Dry Falls State Park and RV campground is in the coulee downstream from the Dry Falls that is a remnant of the Ice Age Flood.

Mid-morning on Sunday, May 13, 2018 I pulled into the Park and enquired if they had an available RV camp site. The woman working at the entry booth wanted to know if I had a reservation.

This is my journey...
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Trip Planning
Day Hikes in the Canyon Area
Numerous trails suitable for short or extended hikes into Yellowstone’s backcountry begin in the Canyon area. Here are several trails selected by interpretive rangers, though some are strenuous and not recommended for visitors with heart and/or respiratory conditions.

Always carry rain gear, extra food and water, and other emergency equipment when venturing into the backcountry. Be sure to obtain current trail condition and bear activity information at the Canyon Visitor Education Center.




TYPEKid Friendly, Active, Solitary/Remote, Inspirational, Outdoors, Group Friendly

PARKSYellowstone National Park
Plan Visit
Grilled Shrimp Boil
Foil Packets
There's nothing more summery than a backyard Louisiana seafood boil.

Total: 25 Minutes

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 15 min

Yield: 4 servings

Level: Easy
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Monthly Trivia
Last Month's Trivia:
This entire month has been dedicated to what favored candy? 

     a. Skittles
     b. Liquorice
     c. Chocolate
     d. M&Ms

Answer: c. Chocolate

This Months Trivia:
Where and when was the first St. Paddy’s Day parade in the United States?

a. Boston in 1809
b. Boston in 1911
c. New York in 1762
d. Providence, R.I., in 1898
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, Newsletter Editor

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!
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