Pine Mountain RV Resort to Host Car Rally Benefiting Our Fallen Soldier

Pine Mountain RV Resort, an RVC Outdoor Destination vacation property, will host its first annual car show called “Cruisin’ Cars on the Mountain” during Father’s Day weekend from June 16-17.

The event is open to the public, and a portion of all proceeds will go to Our Fallen Soldier, a charity that aids families of soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty.

“At Pine Mountain RV Resort, we’re dedicated to helping the troops who have so bravely sacrificed for our country,” said Jim Anderson, general manager at Pine Mountain in a news release.

“This fundraiser is very important to us because the money raised will help family members of those men and women who have given their lives for our country, and we encourage as many people as possible to come out and support this worthwhile cause.”

Antique, classic, and muscle cars will be on display at the event and attendees will be able to vote to help select winners.

Guests will also enjoy live music, catered barbeque, hot dogs, and drinks from local vendors, raffles, and children’s activities.

Pine Mountain RV Resort

Admission is $5 per person.

Pine Mountain will donate funds raised for families of Fort Benning for grief counseling as a part of the Our Fallen Soldier organization.

Our Fallen Soldier is run by volunteers and 95 percent of its annual donations are given directly to families in need.

Guests can pre-register for the Cruisin’ Cars event by contacting Pine Mountain RV Resort.

Pine Mountain RV Resort is located at 8804 Hamilton Road in Pine Mountain, Georgia and offers lodging options such as RV sites, cabins, cottages, and yurts for those interested in making overnight reservations.


RVC Outdoor Destinations
RVC Outdoor Destinations develops, owns and operates high-quality outdoor vacation properties located within some of the country’s most beautiful natural settings and offering upscale services and amenities.

Memphis, Tennessee-based RVC is redefining the traditional camping experience with its original Outdoor Destination concept and upgraded RV Resort properties that provide guests with a customizable outdoor vacation through a variety of affordable lodging options, including RV sites, yurts, cabins and cottages, all with enhanced guest amenities and recreational activities.

Pine Mountain RV Recort location map

RVC currently operates Outdoor Destinations and RV Resorts in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina.

Address: 429 N Main Street, Suite 100, Memphis, Tennessee 38103

Phone: (901) 432-4748


Pine Mountain RV Resort

Each comfortably spaced site includes full hook-ups, 50/30 amp electric service, cable, and Wi-Fi. Yurts and cabins are also available.

RV Rates start at $34.95.

Address: 8804 Hamilton Rd, Pine Mountain, GA 31822

Phone: (706) 663-4329


Cruisin’ Cars On The Mountain

When: June 16-17, 2012, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where: On Property, Pine Mountain RVC Outdoor Destination, 8804 Hamilton Road, Pine Mountain, GA

Pine Mountain RV Resort resort map

Description: Cruising classic and muscle cars on display, Rockin’ and Rollin’ musical entertainment, add a weekend of family fun with good food, great vendors, and much more.

Our Fallen Soldier

Our Fallen Soldier was founded on August 1, 2006 by the family of Sgt. Kyle A. Colnot, who was killed in action on April 22, 2006 outside of Baghdad, Iraq.

Kyle was eulogized as a true blue infantryman, his mission on earth is done, ours has just begun.

Currently there are thousands of troops deployed. Over 6400 of our patriots have given their lives for our freedom. Each and every one of them must be remembered—remembered for their valor, loyalty to the United States of America, and willingness to
lay down their lives for us and the liberation of our fellow man in distant lands.


Worth Pondering…

Fallen Soldier

I am a Fallen Soldier.
Served my Country, just my family’s sacrifice.
My name is listed with the others,
husbands, wives, sons and daughters
who fought for your freedom, it came with the same price.
To my family, I miss you too.
In the quiet hours when you feel alone
Just remember I always thought of you
and dreamed of coming home.
At the Memorial, I’ll be there with you
Helmet, guns and boots and the sound of the guns salutes.
Tears of sorrow and eulogy
You loved so much, but I hope you’re proud of me.
To my Country, for whom I served
I hope for those who did not know me
Enjoy your freedom for which you deserve
But please remember my family who paid for your freedom,
they paid the ultimate price.
—Emma Moseley

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