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BOSTON — Bob Zagami, executive director of the New England RV Dealers Association (NERVDA), will appear on Bloomberg Radio Boston this afternoon at 5:40 p.m., NERVDA announced.
This is the third year that the respected national business radio network will cover the RV industry in New England, and specifically the Boston RV & Camping Expo that opens Friday afternoon at 4 p.m.
Zagami will be interviewed by Dan Pierce and Ann Mostue to get an update on the show and the health of the RV industry nationwide and in New England.
“We appreciate the relationship we have built with the Bloomberg team here in Boston over the past three years. RVs are a critical component of our robust economy and the Boston RV Expo kicks off the consumer RV show season in New England each year,” said Zagami.
“Our show is owned and produced by Paragon Expo of Needham, Mass, one of the most respected event management companies in the country today. The excitement is building and dealers and exhibitors are moving into the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center right now,” he added.
The Boston RV Expo presents a cross-section of RVs available to consumers today, everything from inexpensive pop-up trailers to luxury 45′ diesel pushers — and everything in between. The show also offers a full slate of educational seminars during the Friday to Monday show.
The show is expected to set a new attendance records this year, as they have for the past three years, Zagami said.
Although RV stocks slipped at the end of the year, the companies remain strong and positive about the continued growth of the
“The business of RVs is big business in New England. Over 35 dealers in the six New England states are members of NERVDA and bring their best products and people to this show. The show is held in the heart of the Seaport District, the fastest growing area in Boston,” said David Major, owner of Major’s RV Service Center in Bourne, Mass., and president of NERVDA.
“New hotels, restaurants, high rise apartments and condominium develops are creating a new landscape in this vibrant community,” he added. “RV enthusiasts make it a fun day in Boston and spend hours at the show picking out their new RV. Manufacturer’s reps who work the show are always amazed at the quality of the attendees who buy a new RV at the show.
“Statistics show that more than 90 percent of the deals written at the show will pass credit reviews in less than four hours.” Major said.
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