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FRVTA launches new website

FRVTA launches new website

RIVERVIEW, Fla. — The Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) recently launched its new and improved website (, it announced in a press release.

The new site will make it easier for the general public to get information about upcoming regional RV shows, the Florida RV SuperShow and the Super Rally. More importantly, the new site will give visitors more information about FRVTA members and an exact location of each member on a map, the release continued.

“We serve two masters with our site, our members and the public,” said FRVTA Executive Director Lance Wilson. “This new site is really for the general public as this represents the majority of our traffic. The information for our members and exhibitors will be accessible through navigation on the bottom of the page. Our Dealer Knowledgebase and Member Benefits will be featured on one page making it easy for our members to get the information they come to our site for.”

New to the FRVTA site will be an ongoing blog section. “We are working with a number of bloggers so this section stays new, current and entertaining, said FRVTA Marketing Director Dave Kelly. “The new site will also allow us to make additions/corrections at a minutes notice so the information stays up-to-date.”

Banner and tile ads are still available and have been moved to a more visible location on the pages.

For more information, contact the Florida RV Trade Association at 813.741.0488 or email to

SOURCE: FRVTA press release

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