Near record amounts of manufacturer and supplier booth space have already been sold for the 2004 Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa Jan. 14-18.
Additionally, a SuperShow trade-only day is scheduled for Jan. 13 and admission to the Florida State Fairgrounds that day will be free for industry people, according to the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA), sponsor of the event.
The free trade-only day allows industry insiders an opportunity “to get the scoop on what’s new for 2004 for all aspects of the Florida RV industry: new RV products; new RV places to camp and new RV accessories,” the FRVTA reports.
Additionally, there will be free coffee and donuts in the morning, free lunch in the afternoon and a free cocktail party and free dinner during the evening of Jan. 13.
For the entire trade/consumer show, FRVTA Marketing Director Dave Kelly said, “We will have more supplier booths than ever before and a record amount of manufacturer space. With the addition of new entertainment and more seminars, we’re anticipating record crowds this year.
“We’re also renewing the two-day pass so the public will have two full days to see everything at the SuperShow at no additional cost,” Kelly added.
The theme of the 2004 SuperShow will be “These are not your father’s RVs,” which is intended to emphasize the tremendous technical advancements in RVs over the last few years.