Hundreds of motorhomes and a variety of accessory merchandise will be assembled in Pomona, Calif, in late March in a display of recreation vehicles at the Fairplex.

According to a press release, the motorhome exhibition, which takes place March 26-29, is part of an owners convention hosted by the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) based in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Major motorhome manufacturers and dealers will be bringing new motorhomes to Pomona for convention attendees to tour. Plus, companies will display their wares inside Fairplex Building 5 and Building 8, making available RV accessories, components, supplies and campground information.

Those who own a motorhome or other self-contained RV are invited to take part in all of the activities and also to bring their RV and stay with the rest of the group at Fairplex. The gate price for non-FMCA members is $275 per RV (with two people); this non-member fee automatically grants the RV owner a one-year FMCA membership or Family Motor Coaching magazine subscription. The FMCA member gate registration price is $225.

Convention attendees will be able to check out the latest features and innovations that are available in motorhomes.  Some of the displays will feature production-line units, and others will demo custom-built coaches for uses ranging from family camping to transporting high-tech business equipment, or for use as conference coaches.  A great variety of motorhome styles and a broad price range will be represented.

The RV exhibition is just one element of the FMCA motorhome owners convention. Thousands of motorhome owners will travel from across North America to take part in the event, and some 6,000 people will be on hand. The convention will include seminars on topics relative to RVing, top-flight entertainment and various social events.

For more information, visit FMCA.com or call (800) 543-3622.