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Oliver Newsletter
Issue 5 Volume 4 May 2019
 
FEATURED
 
2019 Oliver Owner's Rally
 
 
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The 2019 Oliver Owners Rally is less than 3 weeks away and will be hosted at Lake Guntersville State Park in Guntersville, Alabama May 16th-19th, 2019.

Registration is open to owners and to the public.

Our 2019 Oliver Travel Trailer Owners' Rally is off to a great start with 106 Oliver Travel Trailers registered with a total of over 150+ people attending.
 
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.

To register just call and say... "I want to register for the Oliver Owner's 2019 Rally."

Phone Numbers:
(256) 505-6634
(256) 505-6602
(256) 505-6601

If you are directed to the state park’s voicemail, please leave them a message as they are committed to returning your call within 24 hours.

See more about the Oliver Rally by following the link below:   
 
 
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See An Ollie At Upcoming Rallies
 
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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. 
 
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
 
 
More Information / Appointment
 
 
Welcome to the Family
 
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Boyd M. & Joann W.
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David & Deborah W.
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Kevin & Kathi M.
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Mr. Browning
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Mr. & Mrs. Derniers
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Mr. & Mrs. Luetkemeyer
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Mr. & Mrs. Overstreet
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Ralph & Sue Ellen A.
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Randy & Betsey G.
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Russ & Joyce B.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Oliver Owner Anniversaries
 
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Lawrence M.
Olivia H.
Floyd T.
Stephen P.
 
 
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Dave G.
Michael B. 
Bert G. 
 
 
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Robert M.
Gary & Jona M.
Lee & Teri S.
 
 
 
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Tina S.
Leigh B.
Dennie O.
Mike & Carol T.
Russ C.
Shawn D.
Don B.
Robert T.
Terry & Teresa H.
Zeke P.
Brandon & Katrina B.
 
 
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Kit K.
Randy M.
Thomas & Elizabeth O.
John D.
Stephen T.
Scott A.
Steve S.
Marc F.
Daniel E.
Mark G.

 
 
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Lorraine B.
Nicholas D.
Heather M.
Linda W.
William H.
Phil H.
Deanna H.
John R.
Craig & Kathy C.
Marshall H.
Skylar H.
Michael S.


 
 
Join Us On Oliver Owner Forums
 
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Join Our Community For Discussions On All Topics Travel Trailers, Campfire Stories And More!

Click the button below and come and read from real people as they share their stories, tips, inventions and creative ideas. Hear from them as they travel and camp in their Olivers. Join in the discussions and meet new friends.
 
 
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Oliver Travel Trailer
POWER MANAGEMENT
By: Jason Essary, Service Manager
 
No matter what power source you use, 30a shore power, generator or inverter/battery power, you should better understand power management. Your Oliver camper was designed with the 30amp power in mind so your factory installed components are designed to work within the constraints of 30 amps. The inverter option that we currently offer can provide about 15 amps of power to the 120v receptacles before it will max out and shut down. Generators can vary based on their rating but they will be constrained to the 30 amp max that the camper is designed for.

How does this impact you or your style of camping?
 
 
Read the Full Guide Here
 
Civil War Tour Battle of Franklin
 
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The Civil War was an incredibly emotional and dramatic time during the country's history, and the Civil War Tour will allow you to relive the emotion and drama from that era on this fateful day and the aftermath of the war.

From visiting the battlefield of Franklin to the Carter House and Carnton Plantation, the Civil War Tour offers an in-depth look into both the Civil War and the prevailing culture of the Tennessee area during the mid 19th century.
 
From visiting the battlefield of Franklin to the Carter House and Carnton Plantation, the Civil War Tour offers an in-depth look into both the Civil War and the prevailing culture of the Tennessee area during the mid 19th century.
 
 
More Information
 
 
Trip Planning
Arches National Park
 
Arches is spectacular at any time of day, but especially at sunrise and sunset when the sun is low in the sky and illuminates the Arches sandstone in radiant yellows and oranges.

Visiting late in the afternoon or evening is an excellent time to see Arches. Temperatures are cooler, the lighting is better for photography, and you'll avoid the crowds.

You can take a relaxing walk around Balanced Rock or The Windows to watch the sunset. Then stay after dark to enjoy the spectacular night skies of Arches National Park.

DURATION: Half Day
TOPIC(S):Canyons and Canyonlands, Geology, Rock Landscapes and Features, Night Sky, Astronomy, Scenic Views, Arches
ACTIVITIES: Hiking, Stargazing TYPEKid Friendly, Outdoors
PARKS: Arches National Park
 
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Plan Visit
 
Salsa Verde Chicken & Rice Foil Packs
 
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"This dish is amazingly easy to make and the end result will just make you look super good! The secret of its great flavor is in the quality of the ingredients."

Total: 50 Min

Prep: 15 Min

Cook: 35 Min

Yield: 4 servings
 
 
Get Recipe
 
 
 
Monthly Trivia
 
Last Month's Trivia:
What does the word April mean?

     a. Flower
     b. Warmth
     c. Spring
     d. Open

Answer: d. April goes way back. ... One is that the name is rooted in the Latin Aprilis which is derived from the Latin aperire meaning “to open” – which could be a reference to the opening or blossoming of flowers and trees, a common occurrence throughout the month of April in the northern hemisphere.


This Months Trivia:
May has always been the 5th month of the year?

True or False
 
 
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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