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Doug and Danielle Nieman recently purchased their first hybrid camper, but said eventually they know they’ll want to upgrade to something else.

The Elkhart Truth reported that to get some ideas, the Kokomo couple and their two children were among the first crowd of visitors exploring the hundreds of recreational vehicles on-site at the 64th annual Midwest RV Super Show Thursday morning in Elkhart.

“We went from a tent to purchasing our first hybrid three months ago which was a big jump for us,” said Danielle Nieman. “We wanted to check this show out to look at the different styles to get an idea of what we might want next.”

Seems the Niemans’ came to the right place, according to organizers.

The show runs through Sunday and is at the all-new expansion of the RV Hall of Fame off of C.R. 17. It will feature more than 300 units from 11 dealers, said event coordinator Matt Rose, the director of recreation vehicles for the Indiana Manufactured Housing Association and Recreation Vehicle Indiana Council Inc.

Rose said the show caters to browsing, educating and purchasing over the four days. He said it’s great for comparison shopping units by seeing the different floorplans and available features from a wide variety of manufacturers.

“What’s neat about this particular RV show is that attendees can buy one ticket and see 11 different dealers in one spot instead of driving all over northern Indiana to see multiple dealerships,” said Rose. “You can see RVs from a $10,000 towable RV up to a quarter of a million dollar Class A motorhome and everything in between.”

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