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RVIA develops new app for California RV Show

(Sept. 20, 2012) -- “We are very excited about the app, which we believe is a first for any RV show,” said RVIA’s Western RV Show Director Tom Gaither. “Attendees can use the app to do research before coming to the show, and it will be helpful while they are touring the displays."

RESTON, Va. — RVIA has developed a new app for Apple and Android devices to help enhance the consumer experience at the California RV Show, scheduled for Oct. 12-21 at the Fairplex in Pomona.

App users will be able to study the show map, find exhibitors and specific brands of RVs, research show seminars, and play a scavenger hunt photo game where users will be instructed to take specific show pictures with the smart phone device for the chance to win prizes.

“We are very excited about the app, which we believe is a first for any RV show,” said RVIA’s Western RV Show Director Tom Gaither. “Attendees can use the app to do research before coming to the show, and it will be helpful while they are touring the displays. It even allows them to take notes so they can recall what they saw long after they are home.”

Guests can download the phone app by searching for “California RV Show” from their app provider or at www.TheBestRVShow.com.

For more information about the California RV Show, visit www.TheBestRVShow.com or “Like” the event on the show’s Face­book page – California RV Show. For any questions, contact Western RV Show Director Tom Gaither or Show Coordinator Gloria Reeder at 818.248.6600.

SOURCE: News release sent by Bill Baker, RVIA director of communications

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