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Southwest RV Supershow returns to Dallas

Southwest RV Supershow returns to Dallas

DALLAS, Texas — RV sales continue to soar with 17 percent annual growth, but no where is this more evident than in Texas. Texans love the benefits of RV travel and life as reflected in sales where Texas leads the nation in RV sales. The total direct economic output of the RV industry in Texas is $1.8 billion, reports rvsmoveamerica.org.


It only makes sense then that the Southwest RV Supershow makes its return to Dallas on September 13.

“We have designed the Southwest RV Supershow to create an easy shopping experience for the consumer to meet our dealer network in a vibrant environment to showcase best in service, selection and the ultimate offerings of RV life. The Texas Recreational Vehicle Association is dedicated to providing a platform to educate consumers on the rewarding benefits of RV life,” states TRVA Executive Director Phil Elam.

The Southwest RV Supershow will take place September 13-16 at Market Hall. The show attracts over 12,000 visitors to experience the latest innovation, technology and advancements in RV life and travel. More than 400 demonstration units will fill nearly 350,000 square feet of display space.

Each day of the show offers a variety of seminars on RV ownership and vendors with the latest accessories to enhance RV travels. Professionals are on-site to provide financing and insurance scenarios. National manufacturers are represented by regional dealer members of the Texas Recreational Vehicle Association who produces the multi-day event.

For complete information on show times, admission, discount offers, please visit: www.southwestrvsupershow.com.

SOURCE: Southwest RV Supershow press release

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About Ronnie Wendt

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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