53rd Annual Colorado RV Show Opens Thursday
The 53rd Colorado RV, Sports, Boat and Travel Show revs into gear Thursday (March 4) at the National Western Complex, according to the Denver Daily News.
The four-day event features Colorado’s largest display of RVs, boats, outdoor products, vacation spots and travel tips. The show expects to bring in more than 40,000 visitors.
“We have a lot of features,” said Dianne Seymour, the show organizer. “There’s something for everybody here.”
According to Seymour, sales for smaller and mid-size RVs have recently been on the rise. For one, they are considered a second home and are eligible for a tax break. Also, owning an RV opens up limitless vacation possibilities, making spending money on hotel rooms a thing of the past.
And if things get really rough down the road and it becomes necessary to sell the main home, there’s always a portable home waiting for RV owners.
“Most of these have more than one bedroom, TVs, microwaves, and a fireplace,” said Seymour. “It’s not exactly roughing it.”
Along with displaying RVs and boats, the show features a wide range of seminars on everything from learning how to cook while camping to bass fishing techniques.
The show is sponsored by AGI Events, a division of Affinity group Inc., parent company of WWW.RVBUSINESS.com.