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Super B RV Show was a Virtual Event in 2020

| Updated Apr 14, 2020

Super B RV Show

Normally, we'd be in Phoenix, AZ the end of April reporting to you from the big Super B RV Show that features only small motorhomes – Class B, B+, and C RVs.

But with most of the nation on lockdown and no unnecessary travel regulations because of the coronavirus pandemic, virtually every major RV show and event had been canceled.

But the Super B RV Show went online!

Super B RV Show

La Mesa RV, the show's sponsor, moved the event online and streamed it live on Facebook as well as posting the tours on their YouTube Channel. 

Each day at 10 am Pacific Time starting on April 14 through May 1, La Mesa featured a full video tour of a new model, followed by live Questions and Answers from the online audience. 

Show pricing was available for all the RVs, which include models from Leisure Travel Vans, Pleasure-Way, Tiffin, Storyteller Overland, Winnebago, and Thor.

Past Super B RV Show Events

If you want to see us at past events – check this one out from 2019. 

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Mike Wendland

Published on 2020-04-14

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

3 Responses to “Super B RV Show was a Virtual Event in 2020”

April 15, 2020at12:51 am, James said:

Youtube would be much better, so we can view it on our TVs. Also YouTube’s bandwidth is adaptable and much more capable.

April 14, 2020at2:16 pm, John Schuldt said:

Please check your dates. April 14 is Tuesday, not Thursday. Thursday is the 16th.

April 14, 2020at1:39 pm, John Schuldt said:

Great idea! I have always wanted to go to this, but it was too far to travel.

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