The Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) will host the 27th Annual 2012 Florida RV SuperShow Jan. 11-15 at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. RV Industry Day will take place on Jan. 10 and all RV industry personnel may attend for free.
According to a news release, the show will have representation from every major RV manufacturer as well as hundreds of accessory booth exhibitors. “We will have more supplier booths and every type, size and style of RV on the market,” said FRVTA Marketing Director David Kelly. “With the addition of new entertainment and more seminars, we’re anticipating record crowds this year. We’re also renewing the two-day pass so the public will have two full days to see everything at the SuperShow at no additional cost.”
The theme of the 2012 Florida RV SuperShow is “Take Another Look,” conveying the idea that “if consumers haven’t seen all the new and exciting changes in today’s RVs it’s time to take another look,” according to FTVTA. Entertainment will feature clowns, unicycle riders, barbershop quartets and bagpipe bands, and a free shuttle service inside the SuperShow will be available to transport visitors throughout the fairgrounds.
Seminars include Tips for Buying an RV, Basic RV Maintenance, Weight and Tire Issues, How to RV to Alaska and Full Time and Extended RV Travel, explaining how RV travelers deal with banking, bill paying, telephone communications, e-mail, mail forwarding, medical care and other concerns while on the road for extended periods of time.
The “Super Rally” celebrates its 25th year at the SuperShow. The RV rally is open to any RV club and the general public, and includes a number of amenities including free admission to the SuperShow all five public days, meeting facilities for clubs, free coffee and donuts every morning, and seminars. Three nights of entertainment and refreshments are also included and will feature “The Rivoli Revue” music by Kay and Ron Rivoli, a fun evening with Rick Arnold and turning back the clock with Malt Shoppe Memories. There will also be a collection of antique RVs from the members of the Tin Can Tourists.
For more information visit the FRVTA website at www.frvta.org.