Maybe Mother Nature didn’t bring the sunny skies that everyone had hoped for, but this year’s iRV2 International Rally in Nashville, Tennessee was still a huge hit with the iRV2 members who made it out from September 27 to October 3, 2015.
There’s lots to do in Nashville. So far much of it has involved eating. — JMonroe, Community Moderator
Ninety four different rigs registered for the rally. It was a lot of work by organizers but clearly it paid off with happy attendees who were glad they made the trek.
We had a nice time as well. We have never been to Nashville and enjoyed the sights and especially the sounds! We’re sorry to have missed the round table Friday morning, but had already made tour reservations thinking that was an open time. The band Thursday night was highly enjoyable. In the future I think offering a line dance class earlier in the week or the day of the dance would be fun. Not only would the class be fun, but getting together and dancing that evening would be great too. Bingo was a great idea, and we even tried out our skill at corn hole! We also took advantage of the 5 Star tuning and what a difference, it’s great, and we should be expecting our tire monitoring system in the mail soon. We feel we got a good deal. Thanks again for an enjoyable week in Nashville. Safe travels everyone and God bless! — Jim and Sheryl Sweet
The rally was six nights long but even that wasn’t enough time to experience everything in Music City. Between the fun and games, seminars and even a group trip to the Grand Ole Opry, it was a non-stop week of fun and friends for everyone who attended.
We really enjoyed our first time at the iRV2 International Rally and we had a great time!!! Many, many thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make the rally a big success! Our only complaint… we spent so much time meeting new people and making new friends that we didn’t get to see and do everything that we wanted to do in Nashville. Oh well, we’ll just have to go back sometime! — LyonsL
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