Join House of Q’s BBQ Brian, a world champion BBQ competition winner, at the seminar stage to sample exclusive HOQ recipes, sauces, spices and rubs.

Top 10 reasons why you should attend the 24th Annual Earlybird RV Show & Sale

BC’s premier Spring RV Show happening Feb. 14 to 17 at Tradex in Abbotsford

The Earlybird RV Show & Sale organizers have curated a list of the top 10 reasons why this year’s show needs to be part of your long-weekend family-fun itinerary:

  1. Explore the all things related to RV, travel and outdoor activities under one roof.
  2. Buy early and save with special show offers from multiple dealers on new recreational vehicles.
  3. Welcome James and Stef from The Fit RV to their first Canadian RV Show! The Adinaros are ambassadors for RVing and being active while travelling. They’ll be sharing their advice on being health-conscious and how to choose the right RV on the seminar stage.
  4. See firsthand why local favourite BBQ Brian, from House of Q, is a world champion BBQ competition winner. Join him at the seminar stage to sample exclusive HOQ recipes, sauces, spices and rubs.
  5. Dream of travel plans and road trips while gaining advice and information to map great destinations, places to stay and amazing sights to see! Check something off your bucket list this year!
  6. Learn from practical how-to RV seminars, ranging from troubleshooting maintenance problems to easy-to-incorporate driving tips and more.
  7. Visit with family and friends, or plan a date night with your loved one. It’s a great way to spend a few hours together connecting and planning your next adventure.
  8. Indulge in goodies galore for your RV with new accessories and products, and for yourself with mini donuts, fudge and samples from BBQ Brian!
  9. Have fun with the whole family with activities, games and fun for all ages – remember, kids 12 and younger enjoy free admission!
  10. Support charities as net proceeds of your admission price are donated to groups like Salvation Army, Union Gospel Mission, Food Bank, World Vision and more.

The Earlybird RV Show & Sale is your one-stop resource if you’re looking to plan a road trip or even just a weekend getaway. Catering to all different needs and lifestyles, the show has answers for you whether you’re exploring the RV lifestyle or an RV veteran.

The annual event holds the reputation of being the foremost event of its kind, showcasing informative travel seminars and the latest in RV trends and products, including the newest and best RV models. From dealer displays and private sales to a wide variety of booth exhibitors, there’s over 150,000 square feet for you to explore as well as an outdoor display. Your next adventure should begin at the 2019 Earlybird RV Show!

Buy your tickets today by visiting rvshowsbc.com/earlybird or purchase at the door. And don’t forget to become part of the Earlybird RV Show & Sale’s online community – follow and like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter or Instagram.

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