December '17

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rv-pro.com December 2017 • RV PRO • 33 able to past attendees. Once again, The Expo will begin with RV University on the first day, which will offer a curriculum that blends product and business training to improve retail performance of store operators. At its conclusion, the show will formally open with an active networking, selling and buying period. The opening night reception on the show floor will feature "The Expo's Most Wanted," a contest that engages dealers with suppliers. Guests pick up a map of Texas and visit par- ticipating exhibitors' booths, where they will collect stamped "Wanted" posters. The more booths guests visit, the more entries they obtain to enter a drawing for a travel package. The following day will be solely dedicated to the show so dealers can visit with vendors to check out new products and deals. "The format makes the event easy to navigate in a short period of time by keeping it simple," Spaulding says. "Our show is so compact, beginning with the first day and RV University and opening reception, followed by one full day of the show." New Products Showcase & Model Store Highlights At this year's show, there will be a new area – The New Products Showcase – dedicated and fitted for easy access so dealers will have a place to go to look for new items. "Due to NTP-STAG's presence in the industry, we have a lot of suppliers that come to NTP-STAG offers a variety of educational opportunities for both dealers and their staff through the RV University program.

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