FAIRFAX, Va. – RVDA, the National RV Dealers Association, has released exhibit information for companies interested in participating in the 2022 RV Dealers Convention / Expo Live event at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, November 7-11, 2022.
Potential vendors can reserve exhibition space for live events, including virtual booth spaces that will be online until January 31, 2023. United States and Canada. For more information about the exhibition, visit the Convention / Expo website here. To view the event exhibitor prospectus, click here.
In addition to the week-long promotional and networking opportunities available at Caesars Palace, the Virtual Booth component provides an affordable way for exhibitors to digitally communicate with RV dealers. The flexible design includes video, email, appointment scheduling and live chat and offers brochures and other promotional materials for direct download. Displaying companies will be searchable by company name, product / service category and keywords.
Vendors can also host popular Live and Virtual Vendor Training + Plus (VTP) sessions. VTP sessions allow companies to present their own content and provide participants with in-depth product or service information, educational demos or case studies for an additional charge.
Analytics available through virtual platforms can help increase a company’s lead database, easily follow up with individuals through appointments, monitor booth activity, and track visitor information beyond scheduled expo times. To access the display prospectus, click here.
Additional sponsorships and partnerships for the event are available for companies that want to connect with dealers and showcase their brand. Contact Julie Newhouse at [email protected] for more information.
Presented by RV Dealer Convention / Expo RVDA, RVDA Canada and Mike Molino RV Learning Center. Follow the convention on social media using #RVDAConEx and go to www.rvda.org/convention to register and get regular updates.
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Phil Ingrasia, President, 703-591-7130; [email protected]