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Dublin, California – March 1, 2011 – Sky River RV announced that it will host the Bay Area RV Expo “Spring Showcase”. The Bay area RV Expo will be held from March 9th to the 18th at Sky River RV’s new dealership in Dublin California.  It will be the Northern California premier of new product offerings from many of the industry’s leading RV manufacturers. “We will be showcasing some of the latest RV’s just released from the industries finest manufacturers. It’s a great atmosphere and experience for the first time or experienced RV buyers.” said managing partner Scott Thorpe.

Bay Area RV Expo “Spring Showcase

Bay Area RV Expo “Spring Showcase

The event will offer new and pre-owned RV covering the entire RV spectrum. It is an opportunity for the customer to see the A-Z of RV’s in one convenient location. Technicians will be available to answer questions. Manufactures new products that will be on display include Skyline, Monaco R-Vision, Keystone, Newmar, Thor Motor Coach, Extreme Warrior, Livin’ Lite and others. The event will offer free parking, free admission, free food, free informative RV seminars and entertainment for the entire family. Anyone who attends will be able to enter a raffle for a flat panel TV with no purchase necessary. With over 4 acres of the show under roof, weather will not have an impact on the expo.

Manufactures representatives will be available for questions from the consumer. An additional outdoor display will handle the overflow of products. For more information you can visit www.BayAreaRVexpo.com or call 1-855 4RV-EXPO. For additional information on Sky River RV’s Dublin store and to preview some of the products on display visit the stores website at www.SkyRiverRVs.com  or

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – American families are ready to hitch up their trailers and tow the RV industry out of its worst stretch in nearly two decades.

The industry was driven into the ditch last year by the Great Recession. Sales plunged, plants closed and thousands of jobs were cut as orders for recreational vehicles dropped to their worse level since 1991.

Now, RV makers such as Winnebago are starting to turn profits and have begun to hire. And dealers are ordering more RVs for their showrooms. This year, shipments of RVs ranging from entry-level pop-ups to spacious motor homes are expected to hit their highest level since 2007, when the economic downturn began.

The upswing is a sign that somewhat looser credit, stable fuel prices and improved consumer confidence are inspiring Americans to buy more RVs.

Typical RV buyers are people between 35 and 54 with disposable income. They’re starting to buy again, say industry leaders and dealers who convened at a trade show in Louisville this week. But a growing share of RV sales come from families choosing less expensive towable RVs, including folding camping trailers, or pop-ups. Those towables are smaller and cost a fraction of the price of amenity-filled motor homes favored by older travelers.
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