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(Aug. 30, 2010) -- RV buyers will be able to take advantage of very aggressive pricing on all the newest 2011 models as well as some bargain pricing on 2010 models. More than 200 new RVs will be displayed from all major manufacturers.

Date set for New Jersey fall RV expo

LAKEWOOD, N.J. — The New Jersey RV Dealers Association will sponsor its Fall RV Expo at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, Oct. 1 to 3.

 

First Energy Park is home to the Lakewood BlueClaws, the A-League affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, and is one of the largest facilities in the Northeast.

 

RV buyers will be able to take advantage of very aggressive pricing on all the newest 2011 models as well as some bargain pricing on 2010 models. More than 200 new RVs will be displayed from all major manufacturers with RV types including fold-downs, travel trailers, fifth wheels, hybrids, park models, Class C, Class A, diesel pushers, toy haulers, van campers and even tow vehicles. Parts and accessories will also be available as well as some campground information.

 

The BlueClaws concessions and restrooms will be open during the Fall RV Expo, and parking is free.

 

“This will certainly be the biggest sale of its kind in the tri-state area,” said Walter Hynes, vice president of the NJRVDA. “Our dealer network is motivated to make this show the best value for the RV enthusiast.”

 

Admission is only $5.00 per carload. Show hours are Friday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

FirstEnergy Park is located at 2 Stadium Way in Lakewood, N.J., at the intersection of Cedar Bridge and New Hampshire Avenues. For more information, vixit to www.njfallrvexpo.com.

SOURCE: New Jersey RV Dealers Association press release

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