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Keller Marine and RV holds annual trade show

The 53rd annual Keller Marine and RV show was recently held at the Lancaster County Convention Center in Lancaster, Pa.

For the second consecutive year, Keller Marine joined with Lightning RV of Thonotosassa, Fla., allowing both distributors to attract a larger number of vendors and customers.

With more than 145 vendors represented, the 275 attending dealerships were presented with a variety of new items and took advantage of informative vendor-led seminars.

“Keller and our vendors are both committed to continuing education for our dealers,” Keller Marine and RV president Mike Keller said in a statement. “We feel these seminars really contribute to that goal.”

Attendees said the show was a success.

“It’s nice to see not only what we buy, but the other products that the vendors have that are not featured in the Keller catalog,” Bob Newman, of Bill’s Marine in Oakland Md., said in a statement. “It gives us a different idea of what else is out there.”

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