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News for December 8, 2023

Annual Florida RV SuperShow Sees More Foot Traffic this Year

Tens of thousands of recreational vehicle enthusiasts flocked to the Florida State Fairgrounds for the 37th year of the Florida RV SuperShow, leading to record numbers compared to previous years.

With the show’s organizer reporting over 20,000 attendees on opening day, the annual RV show is set for another successful year.

Organized by the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA), the five-day consumer show loved by many is spread across over 2 million square feet of exhibit space with thousands of brand new RVs up for grabs.

Don’t fret, though! The organizers have arranged a free tram service from parking lots and around the show so you’ll get to your destination without sacrificing your feet.

This year’s show is jampacked with over 350 booth exhibitors and thousands of attendees. The organizers are anticipating the numbers to increase as the weekend draws near.

For years, the supershow has been offering educational seminars, daily entertainment, and an array of product choices. 

This year, attendees are served with more innovative recreational vehicle products and accessories. 

Earlier this week, RV industry giant THOR Industries unveiled its latest electric RV concepts at the show. Its eStream and THOR Vision Vehicle promise improved range with high-voltage electric chassis.

There are also three buildings housing awesome aftermarket products, exhibiting RV resorts, insurance companies, and more.

Both attendees and vendors will never get bored with on-site entertainment, including roaming magicians, jugglers, and quartets.

It’s not just fun and games. Multiple seminars presented by the industry’s best, such as Cummins and Lippert, ensure that current and prospective RV owners stay informed.

Throughout the week, attendees can gain knowledge on generator operation and maintenance guided vacations, RV chassis maintenance, and internet on the road. There is even a seminar on nomadic living for those who really want to embrace the RV lifestyle in its entirety.

With big names in the industry present, such as Leisure Travel Vans, Winnebago, THOR Industries, and more, this show is not to be missed, and it’s not too late because the show is available through Sunday.

The Florida RV Supershow is organized by the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA). In addition to trade shows, the association offers its members training, education, legislative advocacy, networking opportunities, discounts, and more.

The 2022 Florida RV Supershow is happening from January 19 through 23. Click here for more information.


Author Bio
Akari Nakano

Akari Nakano

Akari Nakano, a seasoned editor at Modern Campground, has been diligently covering the outdoor hospitality industry since 2021. Holding a journalism degree from a reputable university, Akari specializes in crafting insightful articles about campgrounds, RV parks, and glamping resorts. As a global news correspondent, she is constantly seeking fresh story angles to enlighten her audience. When she's not exploring the world of outdoor accommodations, Akari indulges her love for fried chicken during her leisure time.
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