RV/MH Hall of Fame Welcomes ’23 Class on Aug. 21

August is around the corner, and with that comes the time each year that manufactured housing and RV professionals get set for one of the best nights in the industry, the RV/MH Hall of Fame induction dinner and ceremonies.

Professionals, or friends and family of one of the inductees, can purchase a ticket or reserve a table for the 2023 RV/MH Hall of Fame induction dinner at the hall of fame website.

The Aug. 21 festivities begin with a cocktail mixer at 5:30 PM.

Organizers said the 2023 event will draw a large crowd.

“Two years ago was special because the pandemic caused us to have a dual-class ceremony and last year was special with the dinner happening in conjunction with the grand opening of the Scoular MH Museum, and the Hall of Fame’s 50th-year celebration,” RV/MH Hall of Fame President Darryl Searer said. “This year will have a different buzz because, with the induction of Tin Can Tourist Founders Forrest and Jeri Bone, a vintage trailer rally of over 50 campers will being happening simultaneously with the dinner. Guests will be greeted with a slew of high-quality vintage units as they enter the Grand Hallway.

“Guests will also have the opportunity to see the new convention hall being constructed, adding 36,000 square of state-of-the-art event space, and completing the campus,” he said. “This year will certainly have another exciting flair.”

Sponsorship opportunities also remain, with offerings from $500 to $25,000.

The 2023 RVMH Class of Inductees

  • Ron Breymier – Indiana – RV/MH Associations
  • Forrest and Jeri Bone – Florida – RV Consumers Club (Tin Can Tourists)
  • Knute Chauncey – Georgia – MH Supplier
  • Darlene “Dar” Gardener – Nebraska –  MH Retailer
  • Marc Lifset – New York – MH Supplier/Association
  • Tom Manning Jr. – Michigan – RV Supplier
  • Karen Redfern – Virginia/South Carolina – Association (RVIA/ GoRving)
  • Paula Reeves – Alabama – MH Finance
  • Don Sharp – Indiana – MH Finance
  • Tim Veurink – Michigan – RV Dealer


  1. It is great that the first folks from the vintage community will be honored. TCTs own, Forrest and Jeri Bone. And that right in the center of the RV industry that industry is really noticing the importance of the vintage community. The celebratory rally is going to be great, look forward to seeing so many of you there.

  2. I have a 24 ft. 1967 Avion and am interested in joining your “club”

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