China’s only all RV trade show is coming back next year with high expectations from both industry and the ever increasing number of RV enthusiasts and consumers alike.
Following its successful launch in 2008, RV China again brings the industry together to review the progress made since the last event, according to a news release from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA). Industry leaders and government representatives will be on hand May 27-29 in Shanghai to update their audience on new developments in industry standards and regulations. Consumers will be provided a chance to view RVs made by domestic and foreign manufacturers and explore the many opportunities made possible by the newly found lifestyle.
China’s much admired economic performance despite the global recession, the government’s continued push for a consumption-driven economy, newly promulgated industry standards, and more RV consumer friendly legislation create great opportunities for the RV industry. The time and environment are ripe for U.S. manufacturers to take full advantage of the government’s policy aimed at promoting consumer spending.
Chinese consumers are ready to embrace the RV lifestyle. For many years, higher disposable income and more vacation time have helped drive the demand for more lifestyle choices. Many Chinese have started to embrace a more active, outdoor, and healthy lifestyle. Spending leisure time away from home has gained popularity among families and China’s younger generations. Camping has become one of the top recreational activities. RV rentals and destination camping (in trailers) are adding to the strong tourism market in the country.
RV China 2010 will be held when the World Expo is in full swing in Shanghai. With over 240 countries and international organizations exhibiting and an estimated 70 million visitors coming from all over the world, World Expo Shanghai helps exhibitors at RV China 2010 gain tremendous extra exposure.
RV China 2010 will help manufacturers and suppliers to Showcase products and services to business leaders as well as consumers Build a strong brand image among China’s first generation of RVers.
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