Northwest RV Show Set for British Columbia Venue
The 13th annual 2009 Snowbird RV Show & Sale is coming to the Tradex in Abbotsford, British Columbia, from Sept. 24 to 27 and is bringing the latest in recreation vehicles, accessories, gadgets and travel destinations, according to the Abbotsford Times.
There will be over 180,000 square feet for display space at the Tradex, located beside the Abbotsford International Airport.
This event is offering everyone from avid, full- and long-time RVers to families interested on taking recreational trips throughout British Columbia — or wherever their destination may be — a chance to learn more about the vehicles that will be on display, as well as lifestyle opportunities that come with RVing.
The event will take place both indoors at outdoors, as more than 50 exhibitors will be showcasing some of the new and more innovative RVs that are on the market today, as well as accessories like electric bikes and other gadgets.
Exhibitions will also include information on RV properties and private sales.
For those interested in the environmental aspects that RVing provides these days, there will be exhibitions on “innovative green” products that are being offered at dealerships throughout the Lower Mainland.
This will include the Evergreen Ever-Lite, which www.goevergreenrv.com called “the world’s first eco-friendly composite travel trailer.”
According to this website, the Evergreen Ever-Lite comes well equipped with some of the more modern exterior and interior features in the industry.
John and Harriet Halkyard, co-authors of “99 Days to Panama,” will be on hand along with Mike and Terri Church, co-authors of a series of RV and camping travel books, and a number of other industry experts to offer free daily seminars on some of the popular Southern destinations for those interested in exploring somewhere other than the rugged terrain of British Columbia.
One of the destinations up for discussion will be Arizona.
For more information, check out www.rvshowsbc.ca, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (604) 870-4678.