See You at the Hershey RV Show!

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One of the biggest RV shows of the year is held each September in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  Stef and I will be there on Friday and Saturday of the show (September 14th and 15th) hanging out in the Winnebago campervans display.

We forgot our resistance bands, so I had to lift Stef…

We’re hoping to set up some official “meet and greet” times so you’ll know when to find us in the display, but we’re still working that out.  We’ll be listing those over on our FitRV Facebook page so feel free to swing by there.  For you non-Facebookers, I’ll make sure I come back here and edit this post with the times we’ll be in the booth once we know.

Chillaxing in the Winnebago Camper Van display.

It’s an excellent show and a great way to see the latest RV models from all the manufacturers.

Also at the show: Smart People from Winnebago!

Hope to see you there!

James is a former rocket scientist, a USA Cycling coach, and lifelong fitness buff. When he's not driving the RV, or modifying the RV (or - that one time - doing both at once), you can find him racing bicycles, or building furniture, or making music. In his spare time, he works for a large IT company.

    6 thoughts on “See You at the Hershey RV Show!

    1. Mary

      We”re looking for a Sprinter chassis Class C rv at the Hershey Show. We enjoyed your review of the View 24D and want to see that. Thanks for keeping everyone informed and up to date.

    2. Ray Cellar

      Interested in any new ‘B’ stuff from Coachmen with their Galleria or Crossfit chassis…

      Sure hope we get some more activity among the ‘B’ mfg’s utilizing the Ford Transit rigs… Mercedes needs some meaningful competition IMHO…

      Keep up the great reports… enjoy em’ all…

      1. James - Post author

        Since this is the first of the major shows, we’re looking forward to seeing some “new” stuff as well.
        I haven’t heard about anything more on the Transit. In general, the Transit hasn’t proved to be that popular as a Class B platform.
        Being unable to rotate the driver’s seat really limits floor plan options in a B.
        (Class C – that’s another thing.)

      1. Stefany

        We haven’t missed it in years, so I’m gonna say YES! We’ll be there! It’s a long show and we usually go over only one of the weekends. Glad you put this on our radar, we’ll start making our plans and will make sure to post when we do! xoxo


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