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Old 07-30-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
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MOC discription/clarification form?

Do we, the MOC, have any kind of form that describes the MOC that we could download and pass on to potential members?
Lately, we have run into quite a few Montanas at Good Sam rallys and no one was home when I stopped to discuss the MOC. Is there a letter that we could print out and leave in their doors?
Just wondering if anyone has ever printed one up and if we could copy it so they were of the same content.
I did a search and came up empty.
Word of mouth is the best messenger, but a clear description in writing will help a lot too.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:44 PM   #2
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I thought there was one way back when. I will try and find it.
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Old 07-30-2013, 05:46 PM   #3
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Go to Home Above and then just get in there and root. Its there.
Montana, Mountaineer, Big Sky Owners


Did you know there was an online club just for you? That’s right and I have found it to be a wealth of information, especially as a new Montana owner. There are over 100 links to everything that is RV and most are specific to our line of travel trailer/fifth wheel.
We hold several rallies throughout the year and travel many places together. We even hold “Mini Rallies” (def. A meeting of two or more owners getting together for a cold one or a bowl of chili somewhere, this happens often). There are even Travel Assistance Partners in many locations willing to help you in case of breakdown or assistance.

The best part is it is FREE. We have our own forum on the web for questions and answers which I have found to be a big help to me as I start this fulltime RV Lifestyle. We have members from every walk of life to offer assistance.

Don’t fret about being in a formal club. This is everything but that. No officers, no voting, NO membership fees. The only agenda is to help each other enjoy the lifestyle of camping; being it part timers, long timers or full timers…..In fact the MOC mission statement is as follows:

"To Provide Montana RV enthusiasts a calm and inviting atmosphere to exchange valuable information, and enhance their general RV-ing experience."

The Montana RV Club is a club organized for the enjoyment of all owners of Montana, Montana Big Sky 5th Wheels, Montana Mountaineer RVs or any person who is planning on buying a Montana in their future. If you own either brand (any model) you can add to the enjoyment of your RV lifestyle and leisure time by joining the Montana Owners Club.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, you are welcome to join by logging onto: montanaowners.com and clicking on register.

If you would like to get together please contact me in space ______, leave a note if I’m not there…..We have enough for a “MINI RALLY!!!”

This is a privately owned website and forum and has no association with Keystone RV Group or any of its affiliates.

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Old 07-31-2013, 06:33 PM   #4
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Thanks JP, I guess I didn't dig deep enough. That will be very helpful in the future.
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Old 08-01-2013, 03:37 AM   #5
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Steve ... your notion of spreading the word is a good idea ... there's a wealth of info here. Unfortunately as discussed on another post within the past 3-4 months you'll be disappointed at the number of Montana owners you run into out and about that just don't want to be bothered and simply dismiss any conversation about the MOC. I figure it's their loss. Perhaps it's that I run in the circles of recreational campers and not full/part timers. As long as it hooks to the truck and sheds "most" of the water when it rains, they're good with it. Now if it's an issue with their bass boat ...
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Old 08-01-2013, 06:04 AM   #6
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Old 08-01-2013, 06:33 AM   #7
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Steve ... your notion of spreading the word is a good idea ... there's a wealth of info here. Unfortunately as discussed on another post within the past 3-4 months you'll be disappointed at the number of Montana owners you run into out and about that just don't want to be bothered and simply dismiss any conversation about the MOC. I figure it's their loss. Perhaps it's that I run in the circles of recreational campers and not full/part timers. As long as it hooks to the truck and sheds "most" of the water when it rains, they're good with it. Now if it's an issue with their bass boat ...
I've had the same experience. Many don't like the internet or forums of any kind.
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Old 08-02-2013, 10:04 AM   #8
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Looking at the total number of members that have signed on, I would say many choose not to participate. They come for knowledge and solutions, they find it here, without posting a question. Then they leave until the next issue arises. They don't rally or already have their core group and don't feel the need to expand. I know of many that have signed up. Lurked for ever and never posted.
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