For the first time since the Covid pandemic began, Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) members got to experience “Another Day in Perrydise” at the association’s in-person 102nd International Convention & RV Expo.
The Perry, Georgia-based event wrapped March 13 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter, where participants experienced RV displays, educational seminars, exhibits and entertainment.
Rev Recreation Group debuted its new American Dream 39RK floorplan, which Rev Group Marketing Manager Don Gephart said was “very well received” despite the pandemic keeping attendance down.
“The 39RK is a 40-foot luxury coach equipped with UltraSteer steerable tag axle, and features the industry’s only kitchen island and adaptable dinette in a luxury coach,” Gephart said.
“The reaction was really great. It has that residential feel with the island,” he said. “When you have guests over, they naturally gravitate around the island to chat and have a drink. The customers loved it, and we had deals on the units. It was one of the first [39RK] units and we sold it.”
The Milwaukee-based manufacturer displayed more than 30 units across three brands – the 39RK’s American Coach, Fleetwood RV and Holiday Rambler.
“We had several motorhomes on display, including the popular Holiday Rambler Nautica and Invicta, as well as the Fleetwood RV Discovery and Bounder,” Gephart said.
“The 102nd FMCA Convention and RV Expo went very well for Rev Recreation Group,” he said.
He noted the company had a service technician team from the Rev RV Service and Repair Centers on-site, who offered assistance to all RV brands and types.
“Traffic and attendance was down due to the ongoing pandemic, but our product was very well received and we had our best FMCA event in the past few years,” Gephart said. “Our dealer, General RV, was a great partner and was able to make a lot of RV dreams a reality.”
FMCA plans to host its in-person 103rd International Convention and RV Expo July 7-10 in Gillette, Wyoming.