Annual California RV Show sees more than 800 new RVs

RV owners and enthusiasts flocked to Fairplex in Pomona, California, for the West's biggest RV show. This was the 59th annual California RV Show, which brought together more than 800 new recreational vehicles built by 50 manufacturers, according to The San Bernadino Sun.

The show began on Friday, October 14 and will continue until the 23rd. The event is open to anyone who is interested in RVs, whether they are a current owner, looking to purchase a motorhome or simply an admirer of the RV lifestyle.

"This is the largest RV show in the West and the only RV show put on by the RV manufacturers," said Tom Gaither, director of the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association Western Show, according to the news source.

Current motorhome drivers can take advantage of various services at the fair. For instance, appraisers are on hand to assess any current RV, so that owners know their budget when shopping for a new recreational vehicle.

Kids are welcome at the event, which offers an area where youngsters can relax in the shade to take a break from the hustle and bustle, according to The Press-Enterprise.

More information about the event can be found at the Fairplex website, here

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