RVIA preps for 2010 National RV Trade Show
The Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) is hoping that a renewed sense of optimism in the industry will mean a larger, better-attended National RV Trade Show this year.
The RVIA reports that the recession severely impacted the RV industry last year and made the turn out for the 2009 show lower than usual. This year, however, officials say they are increasing the amount of space for the show and already have 71 manufacturers and 230 suppliers displaying.
"We are very encouraged by the increase in exhibit space at this year's show," said RVIA president Richard Coon. "It is another promising sign that the RV industry is on the road to recovery. A large, well-attended National RV Trade Show will send a powerful message to consumers, the media, the financial markets and our own industry about the health and outlook for the RV market."
In addition to the 2011 RV product lines and latest RV accessories that will be on display, the show will feature educational seminars led by popular industry experts and a series of hour-long proprietary seminars hosted by exhibitors who are chosen by lottery.
The show will be held from November 30 through December 2 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.