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Old 01-17-2016, 02:10 PM   #1
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Pittsburgh R/V Show

Attended the R/V show yesterday at the Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
It was very well attended, almost too well. Some units we visited had 25-30 inside and as soon as a few went out, more came in.
Forest River was well represented. Seen many of their different lines and models.
Some friends bought a show model and got what they said was a better deal than they expected.
Looks like lots of folks are loving (or wanting to) the R/V life.
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Old 01-17-2016, 02:22 PM   #2
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Its like that at the Hershey show anymore. We will only go on the weekdays now to avoid the crowds. Good to see FR well represented. The shows are fun to see what is coming and keep up going until I can de-winterize..
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Old 01-18-2016, 07:28 PM   #3
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I did the first Monday BOGO and it wasnt too bad at all. Love the 22rr and the Puma
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Attended the R/V show yesterday at the Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
It was very well attended, almost too well. Some units we visited had 25-30 inside and as soon as a few went out, more came in.
Forest River was well represented. Seen many of their different lines and models.
Some friends bought a show model and got what they said was a better deal than they expected.
Looks like lots of folks are loving (or wanting to) the R/V life.
We were at the show as well. Always a nice turnout and great to see so many families out and about. Forest River did have a nice showing, the only disappointing part for us was the Georgetown line. There where only two models and none were the XL series.

last week we went to the Cleveland RV show and the attendance there was great. A very nice lineup of Forest River and a nice showing of Georgetown's as well.

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