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17 Dealers at Next Week’s Dallas SuperSale

February 18, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

header1 Large crowds are expected at the 21st Annual Dallas RV SUPERSALE at Dallas Market  Hall. The show runs Feb. 24-27. This year’s show features all the newest models, the top  RV accessories and daily seminars from respected RV professionals, according to a news  release.

With 17 local RV dealers displaying, the 2011 Dallas RV SUPERSALE will be the largest show in Texas as well as the entire Southwest. RV enthusiasts will be able to review major national manufacturers and top dealers displaying motor homes, fifth-wheels, travel trailers, tent trailers, RV accessories and more.

Texas leads the RV industry rebound, ranked No. 1 in the nation in both 2009 and 2010 in the total number of units shipped, according to Statistical Surveys. Nationally in 2010, RV manufacturers shipped an increase of 46.2% of units from 2009 marking the highest annual total for RV shipments in the previous three years.

For more information and seminar schedules go to http://www.dallasrvsupersale.com/.

Dealers participating in next week's Dallas RV show

Dealers participating in next week's Dallas RV show

2010 RV Industry Rebound

In 2010, RV manufacturers shipped 242,300 units, an increase of 46.2% from 2009.

This was the highest annual total for RV shipments in the past three years.

Shipments for the month of December totaled 18,300 units, 30.7% more than the same month in 2009.

RV parks and campgrounds across the country report that reservations in 2010 increased 5% from 2009, which was one of the best years for campgrounds despite the economic recession. According to the National Park Service, RV visits to national parks rose 5% in 2010.

2011 Expectations

RV shipments in 2011 will rise to 252,000 units, an increase of 4.0% from the 2010 total, according to a preliminary forecast by RV industry analyst and director of consumer surveys at the University of Michigan, Richard Curtin.

Gains in the year ahead will be mainly due to improvements in retail sales rather than the restocking needs of the dealer networks.

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