Attendance was up slightly at the 51st Annual National RVTrade Show this week in Louisville, Ky. The South Bend (Ind.) Tribune reported that the three-day show concluded Thursday (Dec. 5) with attendance at 7,751, up 1% compared with last year.
“The vibe, the feeling at the show was very positive,” said Kevin Broom, a spokesman with the host Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA).
Dealers and manufacturers he spoke to were happy with the show, Broom said. “There were a number of interesting designs and new ideas,” he said.
Matt Rose, director of RVs for the Indiana Manufactured Housing Association/Recreation Vehicle Indiana Council (MHA/RVIC), also heard good feedback. It was the first time he attended the Louisville show.
“This is the one organized show that you have to be at to get in front of everybody,” Rose said.
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