September 24 - September 28
Freightliner Chassis Owners Club Rally
This rally has been cancelled due to low registrations. The annual meeting will now be held in Sevierville, Tennessee at our rally in late October. Refunds will be provided to those who have pre-registered for this rally. Our apologies to everyone who had planned on attending this rally but our annual meeting rules require a membership quorum to make decisions and vote.
Join us at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center for our annual rally and meeting Sept. 24-28 – which immediately follows the FMCA South Central Area Rally, being held at the Expo Center Sept. 19-22. We are working on provisions for anyone attending the FMCA Rally to not have to leave the location or change sites. (More on this in the future.)
This is your chance to see the many friends you have made in FCOC, so please join us for this special FCOC Rally and Annual Meeting.
Linda Murphy will be your Rally Master, while Andrew and Judy Allen will serve as Assistant Rally Masters.
Rally fee includes, but is not limited to the following:
- 4 Dinners
- 3 Breakfasts
- 1 Continental Breakfast
- Hospitality Hours and Entertainment
Rally cost is $329 for two people or $229.00 for one person. Extra persons $99.00 each.
Camp Freightliner classes (September 28-29 and October 1-2) are also available for a separate fee ($285 per couple or $235 for single)
Please note that FCOC rallies can no longer accommodate special dietary requests due to the wide variety of caterers and the high costs for special menus.
THINGS TO SEE & DO
LOCAL CASINOS: Try your luck at one of the many casinos located in Shawnee, OK, and surrounding areas.
• Grand Casino Hotel & Resort: Located a short drive from Oklahoma City on Interstate 40, the 125,000-square-foot facility offers 2,000 of the newest, Vegas- style slots – as well as Oklahoma’s only Keno lounge. (www.grandresortok.com)
• The Black Hawk Casino: The newly remodeled and upgraded casino now provides guests with a state-of-the-art bar and stage for live entertainment every weekend. (www.theblackhawkcasino.com)
• Kickapoo Casino: Owned and operated by the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma since its opening in 2012, the casino offers over 300 E-Games, daily promotions and specials. See what they have in-store here: www.kickapoo-casino.com.
THE AIRPORT TRACK: A dual-use, 10-foot-wide, divided path that surrounds most of the airport provides a means for running and cycling enthusiasts to get their fix. (www.shawneeparks.org/airport)
SCISSORTAIL SKYDIVING: With a perfect safety record, Scissortail Skydiving allows you to explore your inner thrill-seeker and get the adrenaline rush you’ve been looking for: www.scissortailskydiving.com.
HORSE IN THE CITY: takes art out of museums and onto the streets. The citywide public art presentation includes more than two dozen life-size fiberglass painted horses, brought to life by the area’s most talented artists. (www.shawneeok.org/horseinthecity)
CITIZEN POTAWATOMI NATION CULTURAL HERITAGE CENTER: exists to educate tribal members, the greater Native American community and other visitors about the historical and contemporary aspects of the tribe. The Center includes a Bald Eagle Aviary and Mabee Gerrer Museum of Art: www.potawatomiheritage.com.
SHAWNEE VETERANS MEMORIAL: Veterans’ names are engraved on brick pavers purchased by donors to form a walkway in the shape of a five-pointed star – with each point representing one branch of the military. The park allows for a place of solitude and reflection to remember those that have served and those currently serving our country. (www.shawneeparks.org/veteransmemorial)