After successfully displaying at the Midwest RV and Michigan City RV shows in Indiana, VP of Sales Todd McGinnis and key personnel trekked back to Vermont for Pete’s RV annual ten day stint at the Champlain Valley Fair, AND the Vermont Fall RV Show held in the same location the following weekend.
“A grind for sure,” said McGinnis. “But well worth the effort to get out and show a nice cross-section of our inventory to thousands of people.”
The season finale requires the most work as far as setup goes. The previous three shows displayed around twenty campers. For the Vermont Fall RV Show, Pete’s RV brings at least forty units to the fairgrounds including new and used travel trailers, fifth wheels, toy haulers, and motorhomes.
This year’s raves went to the Monaco Lapalma 30SBD Class A Motorhome and Keystone Vantage 19UL Travel Trailer.
Beyond its full-body painted exterior and interior good looks, the gas-fueled Lapalma 30SBD includes such modern features as a tankless hot water heater, heated holding tanks, rear vision system, and Onan generator. At thirty feet in length, the motorhome is also ideal for those looking for easier maneuverability.
The Vantage 19UL is only short on length–which is actually a plus for couples looking for an easy-towing touring camper. Showing hints of a vintage tin can trailer, show attendees loved its smoked-grey, high gloss fiberglass exterior and curved outer walls. The interior of the Vantage 19UL reveals a contemporary flair with wonderfully done bedroom and bathroom.
Additional pictures from both of the Vermont fair displays are shared in our Pete’s RV Photo Albums on Facebook. Enjoy!