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Fort Myers RV Show opens Jan. 26

Fort Myers RV Show opens Jan. 26

FORT MYERS, FLa. — Preparations are being finalized for the 32nd Annual Fort Myers Recreation Vehicle Show being held once again at the Lee Civic Center this Jan. 26 to 29.

Tom Wegge, president of Florida RV Trade Association-Region One, said this year’s RV extravaganza remains the largest dealer-sponsored RV Show in South Florida and one of the largest shows in the southeast.

“This year’s Fort Myers RV Show features 15 dealers with all types of RVs available,” he explained. “Attendees can view hundreds of recreation vehicles of all different types, sizes and prices in one location thereby making shopping for a new RV very convenient.”

The annual show’s 15 dealers hail from along Florida’s Gulf Coast. Displays will feature a huge selection of new 2017 recreation vehicles of all styles, brands and price ranges, including folding campers, gas and diesel motorhomes, travel trailers, toy haulers, 5th wheels, park models and van campers.

Besides RVs, Wegge said the show also offers attendees the chance to visit about 100 outdoor and camping supply vendors to help outfit RVers or provide information on camping throughout the nation. Items include new towing systems, RV insurance, specialized camping equipment and high-tech makeovers for older RVs.

“This event focuses on the fun, flexibility and affordability RVing provides,” said Wegge.

The 32nd Annual Fort Myers RV Show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is still $8 with children under 16 free. Parking is free courtesy of the Florida RV Trade Association.

To reach the Lee Civic Center, take exit 143 (State Road 78) and go east 3 miles.

For more information, visit www.FRVTA.org/shows.

SOURCE: Florida RV Trade Association press release

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