The 31st annual Tacoma Fall RV Show will feature the newest recreational vehicles, as well as an exhibit of Elvis memorabilia, when it opens Thursday.
The show can be a one-stop shopping opportunity for people interested in getting into RVs or upgrading their current unit. The show will feature new 2015 models, close-outs on 2014 season models and previously-owned motorhomes. There also will be exhibitors selling parts and accessories, and offering information on RV resort destinations.
Among the dealers who will be at the show are Apache Camping Center, which specializes in RVs weighing less than 4,000 pounds; Tacoma RV Center, which will feature the Keystone Raptor 425 toy hauler; Valley RV Supercenter, which will showcase the triple slideout Greyhawk Class C 29ME motorhome; and Paul Evert’s RV Country, which will feature Grand Design units.
THE KING’S STUFF: This year’s show will include “The Private Collection of the King on Tour.” Housed in a 53-foot customized motorhome, the exhibit displays a portion of one of the world’s largest private collections of Elvis memorabilia outside of Graceland. The exhibit includes Elvis costumes, jewelry, motorcycles, Army gear, movie memorabilia and personal belongings.
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WHEN: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 12.
WHERE: Tacoma Dome, 2727 E. D St., Tacoma.
ADMISSION: $12 for general adult admission, $6 with military ID, and free to children ages 16 and younger. Discount coupons ($2 off adult admission) are available at the show’s website.
INFORMATION: 253-756-2121, otshows.com/tfrv.