If you like RVs and you are interested in the latest models, it is a must for you to be present at the Pennsylvania RV & Camping Show. Naturally it’s not only about RVs but also about everything that has to do with camping.
What to Expect?
The expo isn’t only about showing people the new additions to collections, but also about educating the future customers. The exposition is sponsored by Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association, which is known for organizing successful expositions of this kind.
Is it Worth it?
The people who are interested in shows of this kind ought to know that this is the 11th largest exposition of this kind. There usually are 59 reputed vendors present and more than 100 supplier vendors from all over the world so this is a great opportunity to find out a little something about the trends in foreign countries.
The organizers expect to have thousands of visitors from all parts of the globe. The target group of the organizers is made of traders and dealers of caravans and RVs. Besides them, RV lovers, leisure travelers, transport operators, camping enthusiasts, and financial organizations.
Why Would You Go?
Although all this sounds fine, you might wonder what would make you attend the expo. There are some highlights that could make your trip worthwhile. There will be demo sessions to present different new products and concepts. In the same time you will be able to do some networking and to meet new people in your field of work.
As it has been mentioned before, there will be renowned suppliers and supplier vendors presents. Among them you will find RV manufacturers, camping site entrepreneurs, equipment’s and tools suppliers and manufacturers, specialist vehicle dealers, RV and caravanning professionals, tourist and travel organizations, and others.
Purchases and Fees
If you are into this world, there are a lot of new items that you could buy. These include furnishing, solar products, ventilation and solar power equipment, camping gear, glass doors, security screens, glass doors, blinds, and many other new and innovative products. The entry fee for adults is $10, while if you enter after 3 p.m. the fee is only $5. The pass for the entire period of the expo is of $20.
Knowing all this might help you decide whether you’d like to go or not and whether it’s worthwhile for you or not.
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