Following up on our article July 16, 2012, MHProNews has received word the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum has far surpassed its goal of raising $100,000 to match the Ingram family challenge in order to keep the Museum open. $10,000 short of their goal only two weeks ago, and with a month left to go, Jim Hammill, president of Roadtrek Motorhomes, Inc. of Canada contributed the $10,000 to put the challenge over the top. In addition, Derald and Wilber Bontrager of Jayco, Inc. each donated $5,000 to put the goal at 110%. This week, Thor Industries president Bob Martin presented the Hall with two checks totaling $50,000 honoring Thor co-founder Wade F.B. Thompson—$25,000 from Thor Industries, Inc., and $25,000 from the Thompson Family Foundation, Inc. Darryl Searer, president of the Hall, says, “The success of this fundraiser is a bold statement that people and companies in the RV/MH industries want the Hall to succeed and prosper. I cannot thank all of those who contributed enough for their generosity.” The total so far has hit $161,425, but Searer expects more to come in from the Brick Program promotion.