RV show, including vintage rigs, rolls into the Puyallup fairgrounds

Staff reportApril 27, 2014 

The 40th Puyallup RV Show will feature 15 local dealers displaying the latest RV models as it runs from Thursday through May 4.

In addition to displays of recreational vehicles, this year’s show will include seminars by Gary Bunzer, “The RV Doctor.” He will talk about prepping your vehicle for the season and about life in an RV.

Show director Dave Helgeson will be conducting a session on boondocking, camping without hookups, and show sponsor WSECU will present seminars about financing an RV. There also will be an RV-driving workshop for those interested in driving and safety tips.

The show also will feature a vintage RV exhibit. Several models will be on display showing the heritage and evolution of recreational vehicle history.

Where: Washington State Fair and Event Center, Puyallup.

Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 4.

Admission: At the gate, prices are adults, $10; seniors (62 and older), $9; students (ages 13-18), $7; and children 12 and younger, free with paying adult. Attendees can save $2 when they buy their tickets online. Thursday is Manufactured Housing Day and attendees will receive an additional $1 off when they purchase adult or senior tickets online for that day.

Of note: At the show, $1 from every nondiscounted adult and senior ticket sold at the box office will be donated to Washington State Parks. WSECU will match the donation as well.

Information: thepuyalluprvshow.com.

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