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Go RVing Canada Seeks Top RVing Locales

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

Go RVing Canada, in partnership with the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) of Canada and the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC), has officially launched its “Top 100 Spots to RV in Canada” Contest, in commemoration of the RV Centennial.

The monthlong contest, engaging RV enthusiasts across Canada, will allow participants to submit their favorite spot to RV in Canada for a chance to win an Apple iPad in a draw on Aug. 6.

This year marks 100 years since the first mass-produced motorized camper
was produced. Several events will be taking place throughout the year
across North America and Go RVing Canada is thrilled to take part in the
celebrations honoring this important occasion.

“This event reinforces what we’ve been saying for years — RVing
remains a popular vacation choice for those who are looking for freedom,
flexibility and fun,” says Go RVing Canada representative Angèle
Lapointe. “RVing is a lifestyle that many Canadians have adopted and
have maintained, and the best part is, it’s incredibly affordable.”

“The RV lifestyle continues to thrive and that’s what the
Centennial is all about,” adds Eleonore Hamm, RVDA of Canada president.
“We are excited to hear about the many incredible RV destination spots
that Canadians are visiting and raving about.”

“RVing is an intimate and accessible way to explore our beautiful
country,” says Gisele Danis, CTC executive director, Strategic
Marketing, Canada Program. “The CTC is pleased to take part in the
celebration of this milestone event and inspire Canadians to discover a
Canada they didn’t know existed from coast, to coast, to coast.”

To participate in the contest, RV enthusiasts are invited to visit www.GoRVing.ca and fill out a ballot for a chance to win.
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