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Advanced RV Will Host First Open House in May

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January 30, 2014 by   1 Comment

Class B builder Advanced RV is hosting the 1st Annual Advanced Fest May 2-4 at its production facility in Willoughby, Ohio, just outside of Cleveland, Ohio.

“We love the sense of community among motorhome enthusiasts. RVing is truly a lifestyle,” said Mike Neundorfer, founder and president of the certified Mercedes-Benz Class B upfitter, in a press release.

Officially kicking off at 3 p.m. on Friday, Advanced Fest is a chance for motorhome enthusiasts to connect with others and learn about the latest happenings at Advanced RV. The event is intended for Advanced RV’s clients and potential clients, those interested in meeting the Advanced RV team, owners of Class A, B and C motorhomes, and all motorhome enthusiasts, the company said.

“One thing we learned during our first year in business is that our clients love to involve themselves in the design process,” Neundorfer said. “And not only do we welcome that, we encourage it. That’s why we have interactive technical and travel seminars scheduled throughout the weekend.”

In addition to seminars, Advanced Fest will include Cleveland-inspired food, live entertainment and tours of Advanced RV’s motorhomes.

Dry camping will be available, and pets are welcome. For those who prefer to stay at a hotel or bed and breakfast, Advanced RV will help each visitor plan their transportation.

The cost is $35 per person, to help cover the cost of food and hospitality. Reserve your spot today by contacting Ruth Alexander at AdvancedFest14@Advanced-RV.com or (440) 283-0405. Check the event page, www.Advanced-RV.com/AdvancedFest, for event details.

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One Response to “Advanced RV Will Host First Open House in May”

  1. JOHN GOLDEN on February 3rd, 2014 6:56 am

    For those of you who have not heard about Advanced RV or its unique way of doing business, you will be in for a pleasant surprise. I had the opportunity to go to Willoughby, Oh, tour the plant, talk to Mike Neundorfer and his staff. They truly are interested in having their buyers be in on the building phase of their coach. If you are looking to downsize from a class A and still want the amenities you have and don’t want to lose, this is the company to seriously look at.

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