Maryland RV Show Shakes Off Snowstorm

This article is from our older website archives. Some content may not be formatted or attributed properly. Please Contact Us if you feel it needs to be corrected. Thank you.

Despite a snowstorm, Greg Merkel, owner of Leo’s Vacation Center, said the 50th Maryland RV Show was as good as ever, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Merkel has attended the show, which took place at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Feb. 13-15 and Friday through Sunday (Feb. 20-22), for 43 years, welcoming new and repeat customers, and this year was no exception.

Tom and Glenna Wolking bought a 34-foot Keystone Outback, trading up from a smaller model they’d bought from Merkel.

“We have four children and four grandchildren,” Glenna Wolking, who was visiting the show with her husband, Tom, told The Sun. “This is how we spend our time together — camping, visiting state parks.”

“We’re having fun,” said Merkel, showing off a 24-foot Thor Vegas for sale for $72,900, marked down from $97,946. “All the dealers are happy.”


Related Articles

Back to top button