Country Coach International is the ORIGINAL Country Coach Owners Club
Country Coach International (CCI) was founded in 1984 and headquartered in Junction City, Oregon until around 2010 - where all Country Coaches were made. CCI continues to celebrate approximately 300 members across the country and internationally as the FOURTH LARGEST FMCA CHAPTER!
CCI Celebrates 30+ years with $50 Membership and No Assorted Fees!
November, 1984, marked the official registration of Country Coach International as a Chapter of FMCA. The Club was named "International Country Coach Country Club" at the first rally. This didn't change until 1992 when it became Country Coach International (CCI).
Fast forward to 2019 and CCI is enjoying 35 continuous years as the ORIGINAL Country Coach Owners Club with happy members in 50 states, including Hawaii and Canada, Mexico, The United Kingdom, The Virgin Islands and even Germany! To celebrate this exciting milestone, CCI announces the following:
Former CCI members whom now own "another brand" of coach are eligible to be full members.
Members enjoy some of the lowest rally registration rates (includes full hook-up camping fees for 4-5 nights, fabulous food, exciting entertainment, RV related education, on-site coach service, crafts, games, dancing, shopping and much more at various sites around the country with friends, old and new). CCI Rallies are always open to all brands of motorcoaches. Sign up now for the next CCI Rally!
We value our members and look forward to seeing you somewhere up the road real soon. Happy Travels!
The Place was Dodger Stadium, the Year, 1984. Here, a group of 28 Country Coach motorcoach owners gathered to form what is known today as the Country Coach International Club. Their goal was simple--to promote the recreation lifestyle as a whole, enjoying the unique camaraderieafforded by motorcoach travel and rallying as a group of Country Coach owners in exciting areas across the nation. In 1984, the Club was chartered as an International Chapter of the Family Motor Coaching Association and has become one of the larger independent RV clubs in North America. In November 2009, CCI celebrated its 25th anniversary with FMCA.
From its humble beginnings, this club has grown to 400-500 members today. In fact, Country Coach International is one of the larger FMCA Motorcoach chapters in the nation.
Bob Lee and Blanche Miller
First Country Coach
Rallying revelry with a distinct Country Coach flavor is offered throughout different regions of the country each year. Since 2009 we have gathered together for rallies in Myrtle Beach, SC, Kerrville, TX, Urbanna, VA, Tucson, AZ and Charlotte, NC. Watch the Rally Schedule for upcoming events.
Several active Area Country Coach Clubs also function independently and maintain robust schedules of activities of their own. Bringing club members living within a specific geographic region together, these local chapters embark on varied group outings and activities in addition to the regularly scheduled Club-wide rallying opportunities. See the Regional Clubs Listing.
At each rally, CCI supports chosen charities by raising money through various fundraisers. From 1990-2005, Country Coach International supported Dogs for the Deaf, Through its donations, the club placed over 26 hearing dogs in many states nationwide, at a cost of $5,000 per sponsorship fee. 2006-2009 the club has supported Children’s Miracle Network at rallies raising thousands of dollars to benefit children in need within the areas of the country where we rally. Since 2010 we choose a local charity to support such as Flood relief in Iowa, a Native American Mission in Tucson and the Speedway Children’s Charities in Charlotte.
Through the Years . . .
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