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'Consumers will be kept safe"

'Amazing deals' promised at Victoria's COVID-safe RV supershowVictorian Caravan, Camping and Touring Supershow

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VICTORIA'S premier and largest industry caravan and camping exhibtion is back ... with the State Government's approval.

And the organisers the supershow Caravan Industry Victoria described it has being a 'not-to-be-missed' event which would offer a one-stop-shop for all caravanning and camping needs.

Chief executive Rob Lucas gas given an assurance that the show will be conducted in line with COVID-safe requirements.

"Victorian Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow will have some changes to ensure that all consumers are kept safe," he said.

It will be partnered by Truma and for the sixteenth time will be held at Sandown Racecourse from May 13 to 16.

As Caravan Industry Victoria is the body representing the caravan and camping trade industry in the state, it directly works with the industry to offer consumers the latest and most products all in one place all at the one time.

They can compare and explore the products and services of the caravan and camping industry with over 195 exhibitor sites on offer at the show.

The association promises "amazing deals and specials all in one COVID-safe place".

There was no better way to see Australia than in a caravan or RV, but many people love getting out in a tent too.

"The Victorian Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow has been synonymous with caravanning and camping having ran continuously since 1954," Mr Lucas said.

"Consumers know this is as the main caravan and camping event in the Victorian they cannot miss.

"We are excited to welcome everyone back to our first official industry caravan and camping show post-COVID-19.

"This will be our first show since our Victorian Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow last year in February, with us not being able to run our Melbourne Leisurefest, Border Camping & Camping Expo and Bendigo Caravan & Camping Leisurefest."

The show will incorporate QR codes to check-in and out of the venue, wider walkways, minimal touchpoints and a new app that consumers can download to find all their show information.

This includes maps, the visitor guide, information of exhibitors and the Passport to Freedom competition.


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