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Planning well underway for country’s leading Motorhome expo

18 June 2013

Planning well underway for country’s leading Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor expo

Planning is well underway for the country’s leading Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor expo, the Covi Motorhome Caravan & Outdoor SuperShow on in Auckland from 20th to the 22nd September at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane.

Celebrating New Zealand’s great outdoors with a family holiday has a long tradition which is why the Covi SuperShow on is the perfect starting point for planning the next family adventure.

The latest motorhome, caravan and camping designs and accessories are all under the one roof, plus there are seminars, no reserve auctions, fantastic competitions - including the chance to win back $10,000 for any purchases made over $30,000 - and loads of information covering all elements of the outdoors lifestyle.

Now in its fourth year, the Covi SuperShow attracts thousands of visitors keen to find out about the latest products and innovations, meet with the industry’s experts and enjoy a taster of what the exciting lifestyle offers. Over 200 exhibitors, including leading brands KEA, Motek, United, Trail-Lite and Jayco will be showcasing their latest models and product innovations this year.

Organsiers are excited by what is on offer again this year. “The show is really dynamic, entertaining and packed with information and has been designed to appeal to existing and would-be motorhome, caravan and camping enthusiasts,” General Manager David Culpan said.

“We work hard to learn from the previous year and hope each show is a step up from the previous effort. We really try to support the industry which is important and the Covi $10,000 cashback promotion is a very popular prize open to anyone buying a motorhome, caravan or fifth wheeler at the show worth over $30,000.”

Visitors will again have the chance to win the Ultimate Road Trip, a 59 day MOTEK motorhoming adventure across America, Australia and New Zealand (flights and petrol vouchers included), worth $40,000.

There are great bargains to be had with show specials and frequent no reserve auctions. Daily seminars cover a range of topics from how to buy your first motorhome to overnighting options throughout New Zealand will be running daily.


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