Bob Olson, center, in blue shirt, is surrounded by the good folks from Winnebago. Thank you all for sponsoring and supporting the "Great American Vacation!"
Katrina Adams-Jones, left, and campers from the DeAngelo Hall Foundation. Hall, of the NFL's Atlanta Falcons, runs a free camp for 100 kids who are taught basic life skills, including healthy eating habits. The main emphasis of the camp is to teach young people to stay away from violence.
The Deen Brothers prepare for their breakfast segment during the "Great American Vacation" giveaway stop in Savannah, Ga.
A visit from local restauranteurs Bobby and Jamie Deen, who made some savory French Toast for Dave's breakfast -- topped off with an ice cream concoction, July 19, 2007, in Savannah, Ga. The Deen brothers are the sons of southern darling Paula Deen.
Magic Mark, center, with his friends (including his 3-year-old Burmese albino python) at the "Great American Vacation" giveaway in Savannah, Ga., July 19, 2007. Magic Mark hosts the region's No. 1 Saturday morning children's show.
Greg Damon and Ingrid from BP pose in front of the Winnebago Destination, July 19, 2007, in Savannah, Ga.
Greg Damon, left, and your trusty Winnebago captain!
Dave Price, located somewhere in the middle of the Savannah crowd on River Street, surprises Alfreda Goldwire with a "Great American Vacation" getaway to St. Kitts.
Dave's all smiles with trip recipient Alfreda Goldwire and a St. Kitts representative. Goldwire, is off to a vacation on the Caribbean island thanks to her daughter, who nominated her deserving mom for a "Great American Vacation" giveaway.
"Great American Vacation" recipient Alfreda Goldwire, in red, was too overcome to talk after her surprise. Here, Dave Price talks with her daughter, who nominated the hard-working mom and teacher for a well-deserved Caribbean vacation.
Dave Price greets a furry fan, July 19, 207, in Savannah, Ga.
It was all smiles on Savannah's River Street, Thursday, July 19, 2007.
Sgt. Gallo, right, and his comrades in blue from the Savannah-Chatham Police Department.
This smiling Girl Scout troop from Oklahoma were spending the week in Savannah and came down to River Street to be part of the show.
It's a wrap on River Street. Thanks for the southern hospitality, Savannah!