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Toronto Fall RV Show Running This Weekend

Posted By RVBusiness On October 14, 2011 @ 11:34 am In Breaking News | No Comments

The 2011 Toronto Fall RV Show opened today (Oct. 14) and runs through Sunday at the Toronto Congress Center with over 250,000 square feet of RVs on display.

“There are several amazing RV shows launched across the country throughout the year. These represent a great opportunity for RV enthusiasts and potential buyers to see what their local dealers are offering all under one roof,” said Go RVing Canada spokesperson Ang√®le Lapointe.

The event, hosted by the Toronto Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA), will also feature a fully equipped parts and accessory store and a chance to win a $5,000 cash back prize.

Organizers are emphasizing the affordability of RVing as purchase prices have remained stable due largely to the continued strength of the Canadian dollar. “Canadians are still looking for affordable travel options and are taking advantage of continued affordability in the marketplace,” said Lapointe. “RV vacations represent an extremely economical and fun way for families to travel.”

Depending on the RV model, a typical family RV vacation can be up to 75% less expensive per day than other forms of vacation travel. According to a cost-comparison study conducted by PKF Consulting, an RV trip is shown to be more economical when compared to a traditional week’s vacation for a family of four, when you consider the costs of flights, car rental, hotels and eating out at restaurants.

For additional show information, visit, www.rvshowfalltoronto.ca and for information on the RV lifestyle, a listing of more RV shows in Canada, and other RV-related information, visit, www.GoRVing.ca.

 

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