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Quartzsite RV Show Expected to Be Big

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

The dates for the 2011 Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show in Quartzsite, Arizona, have been pushed back to January 22-30.

“The 2011 show looks like it will be another big one with exhibit
space selling briskly,” the release stated. For exhibitor information,
photos, maps, directions and much more, visit www.quartzsitervshow.com or call (714) 377-7940.

This tiny desert hamlet bursts at the seams each January when tens
of thousands of RVs converge on Quartzsite for the huge rock and
mineral shows, swap meets and flea markets that take place there each

There is no charge for admission or parking at this spectacular
event that is now billed as “The Largest Consumer Attended RV Show in
the U.S.”

The attendance for the 2010 show was estimated at well over
100,000 with over 400 exhibits inside and around the 80,000-square-foot,
fully carpeted structure that included the “who’s who” of the RV

“If you’re looking for anything related to RVs, you’ll find it at
the RV show in Quartzsite,” says Kenny King, show promoter. There will
be several hundred new and used RVs on display in 2011 and over a dozen
service bays will be offering immediate installation, repairs and
service on many of the items that will be exhibited at the show.

In 2010 there were numerous tourism related exhibits from the USA,
Canada, Mexico and Europe as well as representatives from dozens of the
nation’s finest RV resorts and campgrounds. In addition, there were
many “workamper” recruiters from national parks and private campgrounds
in attendance.

King concluded, “The number and diversity of exhibitors that
you’ll find at the Quartzsite RV Show will not be found at any other
show of this type in the United States. Period!”

Story courtesy of RV Business.

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