The 38th Annual Ohio RV Supershow is setting records this week at the I-X Center in Cleveland. Hosted by the Great Lakes Recreational Vehicle Association (GLRVA), the show is holding the most expansive show in its history, according to a report in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

“We’ve got more recreational vehicles than ever before, and we’re showing them off in a record amount of space at the I-X Center,” said Show Chairman Barry Chiron of All Seasons RV in Streetsboro. “The RV industry was hit hard by the recession the last few years, but now we’re back and growing again.”

An improved economy is luring people to RV shows and dealerships, said Chiron. But so are new and innovative recreational vehicles with a wealth of creature comforts.

“The 12 Great Lakes Recreational Vehicle Association dealers at the show have a larger selection of units this year, especially lightweight travel trailers,” Chiron said. “The new units have all of the amenities of home, from water faucets like you’d have at home to surprising new floorplans and decors.”

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