Originally Posted by cpaharley2008
Someone told me after attending one of their events it was like a "time share sales event" where there was a sales pitch for various trailers in exchange for some food and drink? Just wondering if this is true?
Interesting. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and it's unfortunate that the person who felt that way didn't have fun at Eggshells in the Outer Banks/Tearstock (the rally you are most likely referring to). It's the first rally RV Compass had with a manufacturer as its major sponsor. Someone has to pay to throw a rally, whether is a sponsor or out of the pockets of attendees.
There were no sales pitches, only some free giveaway items with sponsorship branding (e.i. bottle openers, frisbees, coozies, ear buds, pens, etc.). The rally was just that, a rally with an independent schedule of events, and no one had to participate in anything the sponsor offered at any time during the weekend.
If you would like to learn more before passing judgement please look at the post-rally Eggshells in the Outer Banks website: Eggshells in The Outer Banks - Fiberglass Travel Trailer Rally
If you would like to see the variety of uniquely different rallies that RV Compass manages, please look at:RV Compass - Unconventional Rallies for Independent RVers