This morning kicked-off the 59th Annual Midwest RV Super Show.
It's a chance for folks to see all types of RVs, 80 percent of which are made in Elkhart County. Plus it's the first show in the country where the 2015 models are on display.
Dealers say sales are very strong and continue to grow every year.
“It's a good time to be in the industry. The dealers are doing very well. We are having the best year we've had in the last 6 years,” says Matt Rose from the RVIC.
Tickets to the show are 10 dollars for people over age 16.
The price includes entrance to the R-V Hall Of Fame and Museum.
The show runs from 10 to 8 Thursday through Saturday and 11 to 5 on Sunday.