Last RV Show of the Season - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Last RV Show of the Season

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The last RV show of the season ended at MetraPark Sunday.

Bretz RV and Marine's annual fall show brought hundreds of people for the four-day event. It showcased many motor homes, fifth wheels, and travel trailers. Salesmen said they look forward to the event every year.

"We're definitely an RV town and community so it's been good every year," said Tyrell Crowell, Bretz RV and Marine sales manager. "We continue to grow very, very quickly and it's been a great show for us every year and this year again."

Crowell said the show is popular because Yellowstone County has a high number of RV registrations.

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