“This is a pure learning opportunity for the RV enthusiast, new or potentially new RV owners, and seasoned RV veterans who want to know more about everything RV,” said Walter Cannon, RVSEF director, in a press release. “While it’s true that many RV shows offer some educational services, most are about selling the RV and accessories. The RV Technical Education & Safety Conference instead, is laser-focused solely on education.”
Faculty instructors will include Cannon; Gary Bunzer (The RV Doctor); Bruce Hopkins, vice president of standards for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA); Gary Motley of Motley RV Repair; and Randy Bile, president of Pikes Peak Traveland.
The five consecutive days will offer 60-plus seminars focusing on safety, operation and lifestyle. Hands-on driving classes will be available by appointment only. To maintain class sizes and to enhance the overall learning environment, attendance will be limited, RVSEF encourages RV enthusiasts to register early.
For more details visit www.rvsafety.com.