CenturyLink Field to Host Seattle RV Show

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Attendees of the Great Seattle RV Show (Feb. 5-8) will have a chance to win free RV fuel for one year, according to a news release.

The event, sponsored by WSECU and MHRV Show Association, is expected to fill all three exhibit halls and the concourse level of CenturyLink Field Event Center.

“With the goal of supporting Northwest nature, and giving back to the community, MHRV and WSECU will each donate $1 to Washington State Parks for a total of $2 per ticket from ticket purchases at the gate,” the release read.

The show will feature an “Ask the Technician” exhibit, where an RV and tow vehicle will be on display, encouraging guests to learn more about the technical side of RVing.

Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, will highlight the seminars with four useful presentations. In addition, a full lineup of 20 different seminar topics will cover everything from great RV destinations to financing, safety and retirement.

“The improving economy and recent drop in fuel prices have prompted more people of all ages to explore the RV lifestyle,” MHRV Show Director Dave Helgeson said. “The 2015 Great Seattle RV Show has something for everyone, whether they’re just curious about RVing or ready to roll.”

Guests can use kiosks located on the concourse to enter to win free RV fuel for a year as well as additional prizes through a giveaway sponsored by MHRV. One lucky fuel winner will be chosen in a random drawing after the show.

New this year is an app for the show, which will keep attendees up to date on seminar schedules, directions and parking, events and daily contests. The app is updated daily and includes everything from socializing opportunities to descriptions of exhibitors and RV dealers.

Show hours are Thursday (Feb. 5) and Friday (Feb. 6) from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday (Feb. 7) from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday (Feb. 8) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are available in advance online or at the gate: $12 for adults (free parking included for online orders only), $10 for seniors (62 or older) and children 17 or younger are free with paid adult.


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