The ARROW Communications Association is proud to sponsor a motor coach trip to the 2018 Dayton Hamvention at its new and improved location: Greene County Fairgrounds and Expo Center in Xenia, Ohio. Started in 2002, this annual club activity has grown in size and reputation with Hams across Michigan. We have been host to over 800 hams for this event. Last year was a sellout and based on early interest, we expect to sell out again this year!
Please join us! Tickets are
$55 (Before April 1) and $65 (From April 1). Please note that this does not include the Hamvention ticket.
The bus departs from Ann Arbor (AATA Park & Ride at Pioneer High School, 601 W Stadium Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI) at 5:00 AM, arriving in Xenia, OH around 9:00 am. On board, you can stretch out, relax, chat with other Hams and enjoy a continental breakfast with coffee as the coach takes you directly to the door of the country’s largest amateur radio event!
We arrive at Dayton early enough so that you can enjoy a full day!
- Visit exhibits
- See what’s new from major manufacturers
- Attend seminars
- Take license tests
- Shop one of the largest outdoor swap meets in the United States
When Hamvention closes at 5:00 p.m., return to the entrance with your purchases and our bus will pick you up for the ride back home. No standing in lines waiting for a shuttle bus or fighting traffic!
Got Stuff to sell? We can help!!!
Got stuff you want to get rid of? We will have an attended booth space at the flea market. If you buy a bus ticket, you can sell your stuff at our booth. The cost of the booth alone is $70.00 more than the cost of the ticket, which makes the ARROW trip a GREAT value!
This is no ordinary bus trip—it’s an ADVENTURE!
Purchase Your Seat by Mail
If you prefer mail, you can reserve your seat by printing and filling out the flyer. Payment methods accepted by mail are check and money order.
Purchase Your Seat Online
You can reserve your seat now by filling out the form below. you will be forwarded to Paypal to complete payment.
A Big Thank You To Our 2018 Prize Donors