ODMA - Old

Dominion Meet

Association

Veteran’s Day

Tour -

November 2018

Download the Brochure - CLICK HERE Friday, November 9 Arrive at Holiday Inn–Tanglewood 4468 Starkey Road Roanoke, VA 24018 Phone: (540) 774-4400 Mention Roanoke Valley AACA Tour for special room rate of only $106 plus tax. Includes breakfast for two. Register early for guaranteed rate. 4pm-7pm Get-to-Know-Each-Other Reception, Vista Room at Holiday Inn. Dinner on your own with many restaurants nearby. Saturday, November 10 Complete turn-by-turn tour instructions will be given to you. The approximate schedule is:  9:00 Depart Hotel  9:30 Arrive at Mill Mountain  10:00 Depart Mill Mountain 10:45 Arrive D-Day Memorial  12:00 Depart D-Day Memorial 12:30 Arrive at Peaks of Otter   2:30 Depart Peaks of Otter  3:30 Arrive at Virginia Museum of Transportation  3:45 Bus to Taubman Museum  4:45 Depart Taubman Museum  4:50 Arrive at Virginia Museum of Transportation  6:00 Banquet at Virginia Museum of Transportation The tour includes scenic driving on the Blue Ridge Parkway. First stop is Mill Mountain, overlooking the Roanoke Valley. Second stop is the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford where you’ll have a choice of a guided or self-directed tour. Third stop is on the parkway at the Peaks of Otter Lodge where we’ll enjoy mountains views and lunch on your own. (Gift certificate provided to assist with your lunch cost.) Fourth stop is the Taubman Museum of Art in downtown Roanoke where the museum is featuring, "Drive! Iconic American Cars and Motorcycles." It is a display cars. Fifth and final stop is the Virginia Museum of Transportation  where we’ll enjoy a delightful meal and get to tour the museum known for its steam locomotives and antique cars.         Each tour car will receive a commemorative dash plaque. 
The Old Dominion Meet Association (ODMA) is one of the few non-geographical associations of its kind in AACA. 14 out of 17 AACA regions in Virginia are members of ODMA. ODMA hosts a statewide meet each year which rotates among the regions around the commonwealth. The class structure organization, judging criteria and awards follow those of AACA with some local exceptions