RV & Camping Show in Atlantic City in Full Swing

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For those of you looking to hit the open road to take in some sights, the RV & Camping Show in Atlantic City is back with exhibits that you won't want to miss. 

Anybody looking for a brand new trailer or RV, looking to trade in their home on wheels, or just want to check out the latest in recreation vehicles have the opportunity to do it all in one place - at the RV show in Atlantic City.

“We have nine dealers from the New Jersey area that are displaying and selling 2019 models," says Ryan Reinke, show manager, RV & Camping Show. "There’s also campgrounds and other booths [with] RV resorts on display as well.” 

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Reinke says there’s a little bit of everything at the RV show from informational seminars to RV maintenance discussions that are available throughout the weekend for first time owners.

“There’s a lot of campgrounds in the Atlantic City area so a lot of people [are] looking for ... RVs to park there," says Reinke. "There’s a lot of travel trailers. Fifth wheels. There are some part models, pop ups. There’s class A’s B’s and C’s motorized.” 

And if vendors don’t have the RV of your dreams at the show, Reinke says they will have it at their dealership.

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So make sure you come out to see what's available as there are only two days left.

“Sunday and Saturday show hours tomorrow are 10-7 and Sunday’s 10-4. And tickets are $12. Otherwise, if you have your Good Sam membership you can get a two dollar discount on tickets,” says Reinke.

To learn more, visit atlanticcityrvshow.com.


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