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FMCA Information

The Diesel RV Club attracts dielsel coach / motorhome owners who do not yet belong to the Family Motor Coach Association. It is natural to have questions about FMCA and we hope to make it easy for you to learn and appreciate the value of the many benefits that comes with FMCA membership. For that reason, we've included the following information from the FMCA website to make it easy to find answers to your questions.

Contact FMCA
Click on the above link to contact FMCA. If you have specific questions that are not addressed on the FMCA Web site, we want to help. Please contact the appropriate department via mail, telephone, fax or e-mail.
Family Motor Coach Association
The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the recreational use of motorhomes. With approximately 85,000 active member families, FMCA is the world’s largest motorhome owners group.
FMCA's governing structure Print Email
FMCA has two elected bodies: a Governing Board and an Executive Board. The Executive Board is composed of 14 national officers (president, senior vice president, secretary, treasurer and 10 area vice presidents) and the immediate past president.
Testimonials from FMCA motorhome owners
What do FMCA members like best about their association? For starters, fellowship, member benefits, information exchange and social activities.
FMCA campground in Cincinnati Print Email

FMCA’s national office campground in Cincinnati is available to members traveling through town. The campground is located behind the Round Bottom Road office building, which houses the Member Services department, the Mail Forwarding operations and storage facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available.

The history of FMCA Print Email

By Robbin Gould
Editor, Family Motor Coaching magazine

Do you remember 1963? Astronaut Gordon Cooper completed the United States' longest manned space flight by piloting his Mercury spacecraft 22 times around the Earth. Singers Peter, Paul, & Mary made the music charts with "Puff, The Magic Dragon," while Bobby Vinton crooned "Blue Velvet."

FMCA timeline Print Email
When FMCA celebrated its 40th anniversary in July 2003, Family Motor Coaching magazine took a look back at milestones and notable events in the association's history.





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