Fort Myers, Florida RV Show – Jan. 24th – 27th 2013

Fort Myers, Florida RV Show

January 24th – 27th 2013

Come See the new 2013 Phantom Class C Motorhomes and new 2013 Viper Class B+ Motorhomes

Buy factory direct and save thousands!

NeXus RV will be at the Fort Myers, Florida RV Show on January 24th through the 27th, 2013. NeXus RV will be showing the latest 2013 class c motorhomes and class b+ motorhomes, the Phantom and the Viper at the show. If you will be in the Fort Myers, Florida area in January 2013, stop by the show and see the 2013 motorhomes and meet the NeXus RV team!

The show is at:

Lee Civic Center
11831 Bayshore Road
North Fort Myers, FL 33917
3 miles east of I-75 exit 143 (State Road 78)

The hours are:

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Thurs-Sat)
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Sun)

Ticket Prices are:

Adults – $8
Children 16 & under – FREE

and Parking is free.

We hope to see you at the Fort Myers, Florida RV show in 2013!

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