Over 15 dealers will display all of the latest new RV models at The Puyallup RV Show, slated to run May 1-4 at the Washington State Fair Events Center. The event is promoted through the Washington Manufactured Homes Recreational Vehicles (MHRV) Show Association.

According to a press release, there will be a full lineup of seminars, including Gary Bunzer, “The RV Doctor,” presenting “Part II” of several presentations he made at The Seattle RV Show. MHRV Show Director, Dave Helgeson, will be conducting a follow-up to his popular boondocking presentation while show sponsor Washington State Employees Credit Union (WSECU) will be presenting seminars about the intricacies of financing a RV. There will also be an RV driving workshop.

One dollar from every non-discounted adult and senior ticket sold at the box office will be donated to the financially-challenged Washington State Parks. WSECU is joining in with a matching dollar-for-dollar donation as well.

A unique feature at this year’s show will be the Vintage RV Exhibit. Several classic RVs will be on display illustrating the heritage and evolution of recreational vehicle history, including “Canned Ham”, a custom-made motorhome.

“The Puyallup Show is terrific because it’s such a great venue. We’re able to present everything from tent and travel trailers to fifth wheels and toy haulers to rolling mansion motor homes and vacation homes that you can put on a lake,” says Helgeson. “There’s no question people will discover something to enhance any leisure dream they might have.”