2020 California RV Show Cancelled Due to Virus Outbreak

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The RV Industry Association will not host its annual California RV Show this year, the association announced Thursday.

RVIA organizers decided to cancel the 2020 Fontana, California event in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 California RV Show was set to take place Oct. 2-11 in Fontana. The RVIA announced that it will share more information about potential future events as decisions are made.

The RVIA released the following statement regarding the cancellation:

“In light of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, the RV Industry Association has regrettably decided to cancel the 2020 California RV Show, scheduled for October 2-11 at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA. Southern California in particular is experiencing a rapid expansion of cases. While we look forward each year to hosting one of the country’s largest RV shows, our primary concern is for the health and well-being of the 45,000 plus attendees, our members, dealer partners and exhibitors, and there are simply too many uncertainties and variables to safely move forward with the event as planned. We will provide information regarding future RV events as it becomes available.”

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