Midwest RV Super Show Kicking Off Thursday
The 59th Annual Midwest RV Super Show kicks off Thursday (Aug. 7) at the RV/MH Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, Ind., and runs through Sunday.
The Goshen News reported that the show is one of the largest recreational vehicle shows in the country and will give prospective buyers the chance to see new 2015 models and get some of the best prices, according to Matt Rose, director of Recreation Vehicles for the Indiana Manufactured Home Association — Recreation Vehicle Industry Council (IMHA-RVIC).
“If the shows that we’ve done this year are any indication, this show should be bigger than last year,” he said. “We could see as many as 4,500 people over the four-day show.
The show will be just a few miles from the many recreational vehicle plants in Elkhart County where the units on display were manufactured.
“Prices don’t get any better than at this show,” Rose said. “Buy it where it’s built and save. That’s one of the reasons that people drive in from so far.”
Rose said that last year officials counted license plates from 38 different states, an indication of the popularity of the show, as well as the deals that are to be had.
“Some of the units that people will see have come directly off the manufacturer line to the show, so they haven’t even seen a dealer lot,” Rose said.
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