SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Major RV manufacturers and suppliers will be rolling out the welcome mat for dealers during RVX, March 12-14 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Nearly the entire show floor has been sold out of booth space.
Currently, there are over 260 exhibitors including all the major OEMs including Airstream, Forest River, Thor, Winnebago, Newmar, Tiffin, Roadtrek/Hymer, Grand Design, Lance, Jayco, Travel Lite, Nu Camp, Pleasure Way, Leisure Travel, Spartan Motors, Liberty Outdoors, Black Series Campers, Cavco, Athens, Pacific Coachworks, Mod Vans and more. New OEMs securing space at RVX include Eclipse/Attitude, Braxton Creek, Sylvan Sport, Storyteller Overland, among others.
In addition to the OEMs, other exhibitors include Airxcel, ASA, Blue Ox, Carefree of Colorado, Coach-Net, Cummins, Dometic, Dexter, Fiamma, Furrion, Freightliner, LaSalle Bristol, Lippert, Thetford, Togo, Trauma and Wells Fargo. Click here to check out the full exhibitor list.
Companies are also securing sponsorships faster than ever. Airxcel, Diamond Shield, Dish Networks, Dometic, Lance Camper, Truma and more have already taken advantage of exclusive opportunities designed to enhance brand recognition and spark product interest among key buyers.
“The show is shaping up really nicely,” said Liz Crawford, senior vice president of trade shows and events for the RV Industry Association (RVIA). “The support from both the manufacturers and suppliers is really amazing. They are focusing on showing their best-selling products, bringing a few surprises and are eager to invite their dealers to come see them at the show, write some orders and take time to meet with their executives. New companies are popping up, as well. With three months to go until showtime, we’re expecting the show to be sold out very soon.”
Besides locking in sponsorships for the event, OEMs are completing their submissions for the highlight event of RVX, The Reveal. With only two weeks to go before the submission deadline, the lineup of new concepts and best-selling products is looking impressive.
“The submitted products we’re seeing for The Reveal are really cool,” continued Crawford. “The judges are going to have some hard decisions on their hands. This event will drive purchasing decisions and growth for the industry, so OEMs need to get their products in!”
There’s still time to submit products for The Reveal. The deadline is December 31, click here for more details.
SOURCE: RVIA News & Insights