RV Country brings variety of motor coaches to FMCA
Some of the vendors at this year's motor coach conference have traveled a long way to get to the Magic City.
RV Country drove 28 used diesel pushers all the way from the West Coast just to be a part of the 100th-year celebration.
There's Rvs, big RVs and even bigger ones. Enter, RV Country.
"This one has the full wall slide on it, whereas a lot of coaches will have two slides on one side so this one really, when we go inside, will open up the floor plan,” said Curt Curtis, president of RV Country.
They're no stranger to the convention.
"We have been doing FMCA rallies since 1992, so we have come to everyone that they have had. Usually they have two a year. They will have them anywhere in the United States and so where ever they have them that's where we go,” said Curtis.
It's a tradition of sorts that brings nearly 30 RVs halfway across the country.
"First of all, we have to drive them here, so most of ours came about 1,200 miles away. But then we bring a full team here that does the exterior details the interior details. Then as we sell them we have a whole service team that does all the maintenance on it. Makes sure that everything is working,” said Curtis.
Each RV is unique, with specific features and layouts. Curtis says coming to the rallies brings together people who enjoy the same passions.
"It brings people from all over the United States that have the same common interest and they all traveled here in their RVs, so it's a good captive audience of people that are enjoying the RV lifestyle,” said Curtis.
Giving the motor coach world a chance to take off in a fresh ride.
You can find RV Country inside the State Fair event center. Saturday is Minot Day and you can come and enjoy all FMCA has to offer for free at the North Dakota State Fair Center.