After one of the best years ever for the RV industry in 2017, dealers from throughout Florida will gather at the Lee Civic Center this week to try to build on that momentum to start 2018.

As reported by the Cape Coral Daily Breeze, the 33rd Annual Fort Myers RV Show, hosted by the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) will take place from Thursday (Jan. 25) to Sunday, featuring 13 dealers from along Florida’s Gulf Coast displaying the new models for 2018 in all styles, brands and price ranges.

Folding campers, motorhomes, haulers, fifth-wheels and more will be on display, as well as the chance to browse more than 100 vendors, selling equipment, accessories, insurance, places to bring your RV on road trips and more.

Jack Carver, who is marketing this event, said the industry is experiencing a “Golden Age” of RVers, with baby boomers retiring and millennials becoming an unexpected generation that wants to see what the country has to offer.

“The entire industry has been blessed with two generations of people. The economy has helped. Interest rates are still low, as are gas prices,” Carver said. “This confluence of these issues, as well as the concern of terrorism has created this.”

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