BK Productions is located in Athens, Alabama and it is one of the premier event promoting companies of US Southeast region. There are multiple advantages of the shows promoted by BK Productions; these features are great locations, motivated customers, and family oriented shows. BK Production is an 80-year old company with great expertise on event organization, coordination, and management of planned excitement for the visitors for optimum benefit of the participators. The boating events are the trademark events of this concern as well as the RV Shows are unique on their wide exposure and great commercial productivity. Another great feature of BK Productions shows is the sincere concern for the entertainment for the visitors which makes these shows great crowd pullers. Louisiana Boat Show and Alabama RV show are two of the recently held tradeshows organized by this company.
Venue desperately needs more camping accessory vendors such as solar, gadgets, hiking and biking equipment, outdoor cooking, etc. Having home improvement vendors was weird and unhelpful. Also, there need to be at least 2 Class C motorhome vendors; there were none. This seemed like more of a networking event for the vendors than a show for potential buyers. And with an average price tag of low 6 figures, not a show for the common man. I’ll give it a miss next year.
5 Jeffrey McDonald Reviewed Alabama RV Super Show on 19 Feb 2019 Electronic Subcontractor at Electronic Design Associates
The RV industry is not green enough, smaller is better and under represented. Great show, could have skipped it and visited the one dealer there. Still running the business like he did in the last century. Time to provide the shared asset models that are sustainable and affordable.
My husband and I expected so much more from this show. It was a huge disappointment due to the lack of variety of brands, dealers, and categories. Next year we'll go somewhere else rather than waste our money when we can go to a dealership and see more for free.
Good show - lots of RV's and campers to look at. My only problem was the lack of 'camping' related vendors. We had the gutter guard folks (3 of them), replacement windows and such - but not many resorts or camping gear type of vendors.
$20 to park, $20 to enter and only saw $7.23 worth of RV's. Totally agree with other reviews posted...If I wanted to put windows in my house or keep leaves out of my gutters I would pay to enter the Nashville HOME show! The lack of Class C units was especially disappointing. Will not entertain returning again.