The 2011 Puyallup RV Show will feature every leisure need from travel trailers, campers and fifth-wheels to new park model RVs and even a vacation home designed for lake front property, according to a news release.
The show runs April 28 through May 1 at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center at the fairgrounds in Puyallup, Wash.
The RV industry is seeing a tremendous resurgence reflected in bigger shipments and increased attendance at shows nationwide.
“Attendance at the Seattle RV Show in February was up 30% from 2010 as first-time buyers and experienced RVers alike continue to seek the carefree RV lifestyle,” Show Director Dave Helgeson stated in the news release.
Travel trailers remain the most popular RVs, and manufacturers have created innovative new designs — including smaller, fuel-efficient, lightweight and eco-friendly RVs – with floorplans that appeal to families and cost-conscious buyers, he noted.
“Shoppers looking for more stationary vacation or retirement housing will enjoy exploring a fully decorated manufactured home and park models on display at the fairgrounds,” said Helgeson. Built to be towed and placed in a natural setting, park model RVs are approximately 400 square feet and feature the amenities and floorplan of a vacation cabin.
Now in its 38th year, the Puyallup RV Show is the ideal place to see hundreds of models and learn about hybrid RV home options, site locations and financing alternatives. Competition between dealers, special show pricing, factory incentives, and friendly financing options make purchasing an RV or vacation home at the Puyallup RV Show a fun and rewarding experience.