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Timing of RVX to be Examined by Task Force

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The RV Industry Association has announced that it is clear, based on feedback from its members, RVX attendees and those unable to attend RVX, that it needs to address how issues of timing and location could increase participation and unity across all segments of the RV industry. The association’s board of directors voted to not move forward with the currently scheduled RVX March dates in San Antonio 2020 or Salt Lake City 2021.

On Thursday, April 4, the RVIA board of directors convened a meeting to address the show, and the board remains strongly committed to developing the RVX concept into an RV industry week-type event. To that end, the association will create a task force to explore how changes to the timing and location might improve member value and dealer attendance, and every potential path forward is on the table.

RVIA’s volunteer leadership, as well as staff, will begin work on building out that task force immediately.

RVIA reported that RVX delivered on its promise by bringing together all segments of our industry to highlight and showcase innovative and popular products. A broad consensus of attendees and industry influencers agree that RVX successfully accomplished its primary goal of providing a high-profile, signature media event that celebrated the RV industry and outdoor recreation lifestyle.

The current plan is for that task force to present initial findings to the board of directors at the June 2019 meeting in Washington, D.C., on June 6.

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