Join us October 14th for our first official GFC Fall Campout, right here in Montana. First on the agenda is a meetup at our HQ with tons to do, followed by a BIG group campout. We'll have plenty of space for rigs, vendors & product giveaways, food & drinks, and tours of our production facility to show you how our campers are built. Let us know if you can make it, and scroll for all the finer details. RSVP and we'll keep you in the loop with updates.
We'll start things off at GFC HQ from 9am - 2pm, where you can meet members of our team, other GFC owners, product vendors and more! We're located at 54 Bullrush Ave. in Belgrade. We'll have parking available to show off your rig and other customer builds, and there will be free booth spaces for approved vendors. We'll be serving up food and drinks for everyone until around 1pm, at which point we'll have a product raffle with some really rad GFC accessories and vendor products you won't want to miss out on.
Once we wrap up at HQ around 2pm, we'll caravan to Pipestone for our overnight campout. Pipestone is right in our backyard, and has plenty to do from off-roading, hiking & climbing, mounting biking & and moto trails, and much more. We'll bring some games of our own, but we encourage others to bring their own fun to share as well. This is a kid friendly event, and feel free to bring your furry friends (the well behaved ones). The morning after, we'll all pack it out after a well deserved breakfast skillet.
If you aren't an owner, no sweat. Come by and check things out, we'd love to say hey and show you our community while you get hands on with our products. So invite your friends, and get ready for some camping with even better people-- it's going to be a great time!
Before we close things down at HQ to caravan towards our campsites in Pipestone, we'll be raffling off tons of rad gear, DIY products, GFC products, and even some jitter juice for you coffee lovers. You must be present to partake, and the coolest part is that almost everything we're giving away can be used during our campout, or on your next endeavor.
All who attend will receive 1 free ticket towards any item. All proceeds will be donated to local charities here in MT.
At HQ, we'll have food & drinks served up through the afternoon to keep everyone fed before heading out to camp. In the meantime, we'll be offering a full tour of our manufacturing process at our production facility just down the street. Big Mike will walk everyone through each step from machining, tent making, small parts and final assembly. Tours will last roughly 30 minutes.
Don't worry, we won't start the giveaway until tours wrap up.
This 30,000-acre travel management area is located approximately 15 miles east of Butte and just north of I-90. It is a popular area for motorcycle and ATV riding enthusiasts. Mountain bikers also use the trails and some of us will be shuttling bikes. There are about 75 miles of developed riding trails and plenty of space to get rowdy, or simply relax near camp for some of the other activities.
October can be chilly, so bring your layers and good gear! Location subject to change, RSVP to stay updated.
We're stoked to have the support of local companies and others who care about their customers and communities just like we do. If you're interested in showing your products at our meetup and being part of our giveaway, please give us a quick shout at email@example.com. We'd probably love to have you, we just want to get to know you a bit first!
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