RV And Cycle Shopper Team Increase Presence With 3 Major Shows This Year

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Increased presence in the exhibition expo field will be big this year for rvandcycleshopper.com, three major shows and over 20,000 attendees will boost excitement and sales for the dealers who advertise on this site and in this magazine.

The RV and Cycle Team Increases Presence and will Exhibit at 3 Annual RV Super Shows in Tampa, Ft Meyers and Ocala, Expected to Reach 20,000 Attendees at these 3 Shows

3 Big RV Shows to start the 2014 new year allows families to explore the new and exciting models, and the lowest prices in decades. Many shows will include Entertainment and Camping supplies.

These 2014 RV Shows will have representation from every major RV manufacturer as well as hundreds of accessory booths exhibitors. They will have more Suppliers’ booths and every type, size and style of RV on the market. The addition of new entertainment and more seminars, they are anticipating record crowds this year.

With more families looking into RVing as a travel option and trying to stay closer to home, the Rv Shows allow families to explore without any pressure. It allows the general public to see all the new and exciting changes in today’s RV’s. With hundreds of RVs on display and educational seminars, the shows are the place to trade-in your old RV or get all the information you need to get acquainted with the RV lifestyle. And some of Florida’s finest campgrounds and resorts will have booth exhibits to show attendees the best camping opportunities found anywhere. Also, a huge display of camping accessories and supplies will be found in the Camping World Store.

For more information on the rvandcycleshopper, please click the link. The crew from the RV Shopper was on the road for 10 shows in 2013. The year finished with over 200,000 in attendance. In 2014 the show continues to Ft Myers, Ocala, Deland and Tampa.

Other websites are: autoshopper.com, truckshopper.com, and boatshopper.com

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