Registration forms for the FRVTA State Convention (September 5-8) at the Renaissance Sea World Orlando have gone out to all FRVTA Members. This is the one time of the year when members from all over Florida come together to share ideas, learn new ways to be profitable and join together to have fun and make new friendships. The convention theme is RV Palooza Rollin’ Thru the Decades, attendees will get their “back stage pass” name badges and spend a weekend full of music, games and education.

Thursday night kicks off with the Opening Act Reception and the evening ends at the Backstage Hospitality Room where refreshments  and beverages create an atmosphere of fun and a chance to catch up with old friends. Friday morning begins with the General Session and Harold Oehler is back again but this time the “Dealer Strikes Back” in the mock trial that highlights what dealers can do to avoid lawsuits. The morning wraps up with the State of the Industry with updates from RVIA, RVDA, RVTI and the FARVC. The afternoon is open to enjoy the pool, take in one of Orlando’s theme parks or take part in the Sip and Paint art creation or join us at Splitsville for bowling and lunch. That evening the Encore Awards Dinner will round out a full day.

Saturday morning the meat and potatoes of the convention begins with the Break Out Sessions. Topics for this year include Florida Tax Issues, FRVTA Dealer Knowledgebase, Social Media, Cyber Security, Florida LP Gas Laws and Harold Oehler will do a more in depth session on dealer protections. The Name that Tune Gameshow Luncheon takes place with music, games and cash prizes if you can name that tune. The convention ends Saturday night with the Rock of Ages Costume Party. Everyone is encouraged to come as their favorite music artist, their favorite band or just wear the t-shirt from one of their favorite concerts. With no reason to get up early the next morning this party should gone on well into the night/morning!!

To register or find out about sponsorship opportunities, contact the FRVTA State Office or visit