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Old 02-20-2013, 04:26 PM   #1
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Are there any rv shows, heavy in the class A, coming up?

Went to Rockland County NY show last weekend. I saw a few Class A's would love to see more. Where and when are the shows to be at. Especially for a noob shopping.
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Disney, I was at the Rockland show too and was very disappointed. No finance companies, no extended warranty companies, no insurance companies, no satellite, accessory, parts, or much of anything. As far as venders, I did see a pot and pan guy, lots of campgrounds in Sullivan County, and a food vendor. A far as Class A motor homes, I'm sure there were less than 10... Mostly 5th wheels and travel trailers. I would like to go to a good show myself!
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Whew... I'm glad I'm not the only one that felt that way. I've only been to one. Didn't know what to expect.
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If you're from the NY area, and have ever been to either the Norwalk Boat Show or Javitts Boat Show, that is what I would expect for a "decent" RV Show. I spent about an hour getting to the Rockland Show and tried to spend 2 hours at the show... And that was walking around twice. I already the motorhome, but it's nice to see what I might move into in a few years and love the "vendors"...
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The largest show is the Tampa show in January and the next largest is Hershey PA in September.
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The largest show is the Tampa show in January and the next largest is Hershey PA in September.

Thank you.
Keep em coming.....anything coming up?
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Anything a little sooner? Like March or April?
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If you can go the Hershey show is nice. Lots of venders and RVs of every size. Last time we went we spent 6 hours at the show and still didn't see everything. That also was mostly just looking at class A and C RVs
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