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On Oct. 6, the 10-day California RV Show will open and feature more than 1.2 million square feet of exhibit space.

Presented by RVIA, the 65th annual California RV Show at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif., is expected to draw over 45,000 guests from around the country. More than 1,400 RVs of several brands and types will be on display, along with manufacturer reps providing incentives and local dealers offering deals.

A variety of celebrity, entertainment, and sports guests will be in attendance:

  • TV host and actor Mario Lopez will sign autographs and take selfies with guests.
  • Country band Honey County and oldies band Deja U Too will perform on a music stage in the center of the front campground.
  • Don Cheto, Christian Ramos, Jose Luis Gonzalez, Sherline Lopez, Jenny Moran, Samuel Duran, Banda La Costado, and Janice Villagran with Estrella TV & Radio headlining “Fiesta Day” (Sunday, Oct. 15), while a six-member mariachi band parades around the show.
  • Eric Dickerson, former Los Angeles Ram and Hall of Famer, James Worthy, former Laker and Hall of Famer and Steve Garvey, former Los Angeles Dodger will do a meet and greet with show attendees.

The seminar stage inside the guest lounge will feature 60 seminars targeting both experienced and new RVers. Highlights include:

  • Dave Solberg who will lead a variety of seminars including “Traveling with Pets,” “Seeing the National Parks” and “Using GPS Tools.”
  • Ben McBride will returns with his RV maintenance seminars
  • Bob Livingston, retired publisher of Motor Home and Trailer Life magazines and author of several RV books, will discuss the future of RVs and where the industry is heading.

Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and runs Oct. 6 through 15.

For a complete schedule, visit www.TheBestRVShow.com.

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