ExploreUSA, a Texas RV dealer, will be at the Dallas Market Hall for the Dallas RV dealer show on September 13th-16th 2013. Comes down and choose a new or used RV Texas. This is the best time to purchase, as you can walk in and see how nice the interior is in several different RVs.
The Dallas RV show encompasses over 350,000 square feet of exhibit space. You’ll be able to see all types of motor homes, including fifth wheels, tent trailers, travel trailers (tow behind), motorized RVs and busses. You’ll also be able to look at RV accessories.
If you have a used RV that needs new appliances or a new air conditioning unit — or you just want to upgrade something on your RV — you will be able to speak with Texas RV dealerships, including ExploreUSA RV Supercenter about the different types of appliances and accessories for your RV.
Attend several RV seminars while you are at the show. Seminars include care of the RV, camping tips, RV cooking and barbecuing tips and more. You can find information about these seminars by clicking here.
Each year, more and more people are purchasing RVs to travel. Some are purchasing RVs so they can retire and travel around the country. Hop on the RV bandwagon if you have not already and see what kind of fun you can have.
ExploreUSA is one of the biggest RV dealerships in Texas. We have locations in eight different cities, so that you can find us close to you: Austin, Canton, Boerne, Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Sequin and San Antonio. If you cannot make it to the RV show, visit us at one of our locations to choose your next new or used RV Texas. We also have all the accessories for your RV. And, if your RV needs to be serviced, our experienced technicians will service your RV or get it ready for the winter season. Stay tuned for more information about the show! Visit our Facebook page for up to date information about show specials. Also, for more information about the show itself/ directions/ dates/ times click here. We look forward to seeing you at Dallas Market Hall, September 13th-16th!
All photos courtesy of ExploreUSA.