There’s nothing that connects people better thanand RVing, a report said.
“I call it investing in your family,” said Steve Cody, Show Promoter of theShow & Sale.
The show inState finally returned this year after the COVID break last year.
Every year, the show features, vans, , buses, and that gather enthusiasts and first-time visitors to the show.
A report mentioned Maynard Hill, a third-generation RVer. “We come every year because we enjoy checking out what’s new,” he said.
Also mentioned were Lance and Michelle Best, who come to the show each year to learn how to enhance their camper.
“Every year when they put on this show, we come to see what’s new and what improvements are out there, and really the storage ideas,” Lance said. “We’re not looking to buy another camper right away, but really how can we improve the one we have.”
However, it wasn’t all rainbows and butterflies for the annual show asissues also affected this year’s show. Fortunately, vendors were ready, and turnout was strong for the 34th year in a row.
“It makes me feel good,” he said. “It says maybe we’re doing something right here, but what it really says is that theare doing something right.”
TheShow & Sale took place at the County Fair & Center from January 20 through 23.