RVIA: Exhibit Space Sold Out at California Show
The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) announced that exhibit space for the 65th Annual California RV Show, the largest consumer RV show on the West Coast, is sold out. The show, which takes place Oct. 6-15 at the LA Fairplex in Pomona, is the longest running RV show in the country.
According to a press release, the show features over 1.3 million square feet of exhibit space and over 1,400 RVs from hundreds of brands, for guests to explore and purchase. In addition, the event offers live music, four food courts, free Ferris Wheel rides, compliments of KOA, and the opportunity to ‘meet and greet’ your sport celebrities. Hollywood celebrity, Mario Lopez, and Estrella TV & Radio personality, and Don Cheto, will also be available for autographs and selfies.
“Selling over 1.3 million square feet of RV space is a testament to the current strength of the RV industry and the Los Angeles market,” said Liz Crawford, senior VP of trade shows and events. “We look forward to showcasing the industry’s new 2018 models to over 40,000 attendees at the premier RV consumer show on the West Coast.”
Online tickets to the California RV Show go on sale July 1. Admission is $15 for adults and kids under 17 and military families get in free. Multi-day adult passes are $20. To purchase tickets and view all show seminars, celebrities and exhibitors, visit TheBestRVShow.com.
“RVers from all over the west coast mark this show on their calendar every year,” said Tom Gaither, California RVIA show director. “They know it’s the one place all year where they check out product on display from over 30 dealers and shop around to get the best deal on an RV.”