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Fall RV Show coming to fairgrounds

The RV Show will feature more than 30 vendors and RV dealers including Optimum RV. Courtesy of Patty Flanagan
Published Oct. 30, 2018

The Tampa Bay Fall RV Show runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 8 through Nov. 10 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 11 at the Florida State Fairgrounds, 4800 US 301.

Participating RV dealers include Arrow RV, General RV, Gerzeny's RV World, Lazydays RV, Optimum RV and Tampa RV. Door prizes from $2-100 gift card will be given away daily. There also will be more than 30 vendors for accessories, campgrounds, finance, generators and supplies.

"It's a great time to come out and see the new products," said Patty Flanagan, the regional show coordinator for the upcoming RV show.

The RV show also will have a DJ and entertainment throughout the long weekend show and face painting and bounce houses for the kids. There also will be greyhound adoptions.

Pets are welcome as long as they are kept on a leash or in a carrier.

Adult admission is $4 and Children ages 16 and younger are free. There is $1 off admission for Seniors on Nov. 8. Military and first responders get a $1 discount on all show days and attendees get a $1 discount if they bring a canned food item for Metropolitan Ministries.

Parking is $8 per car and $14 per RV. If attendees can't make it to this RV show there will be the 2019 Florida RV SuperShow from Jan. 16-20 at the Florida State Fairgrounds.

For more information, call (813) 741-0488 or visit frvta.org.

Contact Katelyn Massarelli at kmassarelli@tampabay.com or (813) 226-3436. Follow @katelyn_jou.

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