Florida RV SuperShow Greets ‘Good Crowds’
The Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) opened the 27th Annual Florida RV SuperShow Wednesday (Jan. 11) and the crowds rolled in, despite a little rain in the morning.
“By noon we were done with the rain and we even saw the sun,” FRVTA Executive Director Lance Wilson stated in a press release reported by RVBUSINESS.com. “We opened the show with good crowds and the rest of the weekend we will have great weather so we’re anticipating huge crowds.”
Over 800 RVs motored in Wednesday for the Super Rally. Attendees will camp out right on the grounds and enjoy coffee and donuts each morning, entertainment and snacks in the evenings and unlimited access in and out of the SuperShow.
Seminars this year include Tips to Buying the Right RV, Extended and Full Time RVing, Tire and Weight Issues, RVing to Alaska and Basic RV Maintenance. The slate of entertainment features mime statues, jugglers, clowns, unicycle riders, bag pipe bands, dog shows, one-man-bands and a Kid’s Zone on the weekend with rock climbing, bounce houses, face painting and balloons.
The SuperShow runs through Sunday. Contact FRVTA for more information, (813) 741-0488 or www.frvta.org.