Early bird registration is now open for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) 2016 Annual Meeting taking place Feb. 29-March 2 at the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain in Tucson, Ariz. Association members can save $50 each on their fees and for a spouse or guest if registered by Jan. 15., according to a news release.
RVIA’s Annual Meeting provides attendees the opportunity to discuss association activities, attend informative seminars and network with business colleagues.
The event schedule includes the Executive Committee and board meetings throughout the day on Feb. 29 as well as the first timers and welcome receptions that evening. Informative business-focused seminars and presentations on RVIA activities will take place throughout the day on March 1.
Headlining the sessions will be “The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof the RV Business Against Tomorrow’s Transformational Trends, Today!” from renowned futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich. This informative seminar will examine the 10 trends transforming business today and identify concrete actions RV businesses can undertake immediately to future-proof themselves.
In addition, there will also be reports on association activities from RVIA Chairman Derald Bontrager, RVIA Treasurer Matt Miller and RVIA President Frank Hugelmeyer as well as a presentation on Go RVing activities to promote the RV market. The day concludes with the Chairman’s Reception and Dinner that evening.
March 2 is an open day with attendees able to play golf or tour the local area.
The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is a world-class resort that blends majestically into its Sonoran Desert and Tortolita Mountain setting. Guests can enjoy a vast array of luxurious amenities, including guest rooms and suites that offer views of nearby mountain ranges, the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, four restaurants and a destination spa, plus the added convenience of the city of Tucson less than 30 minutes away
For more information about the RVIA Annual Meeting, contact the association’s Meeting department at 703-620-6003, ext. 305.