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California RV Show sells out of manufacturer space

California RV Show sells out of manufacturer space

PONOMA, Calif. — The 2018 California RV Show, the West Coast’s largest consumer RV show, has completely sold out of its available manufacturer space. The event will be held October 5-14 at the LA Fairplex in Ponoma, California.

Over one million square feet of exhibit space has been sold and will be filled with over 1,300 RVs that consumers can test drive, purchase at the show and take home. In addition, the show delivers educational seminars, celebrity appearances and more.

In keeping with the growth and popularity of the RV lifestyle, dealers from all over California will be bringing all the newest and most innovative models and brands from all the major manufacturers for visitors to check out. In addition, three new manufacturers will be appearing for the first time, Black Series Campers, Living Vehicle and Intech RV.

“We appreciate our members participation in the 66th California RV Show and we are working hard to bring buyers to the event,” said Tom Gaither, RV Industry Association western show director. “We have a full force media buy in the works and are creating a huge digital campaign.”

Online tickets for the event will launch in August and the LA Fairplex has been working closely with the RV Industry Association to add 30 percent more parking spaces this year to accommodate attendees, assuring them a great experience.

SOURCE: RVIA Today Express

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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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