2022 DFW RV Party at AT&T Stadium

2022 DFW RV Party at AT&T Stadium

Fun Town RV will be bringing the annual DFW RV Party back to AT&T Stadium on March 10th – 13th.

The show will build on last year’s success by turning up the notch with bigger performers, more special guests,and even more RVs. The show has grown so large that it takes more than just the football field to contain it. Show entry will be in the West Plaza where you will find many RVs and boats, then you will make your way through multiple vendors from all over, and then onto the Stadium floor where RVs will cover the entire football field. There will be live music, as well as games, door prizes, product demonstrations, and the very latest RV models on the market. All inside the home of the Dallas Cowboys!

Admission is free!

Hosted by Fun Town RV, the largest RV retail chain in Texas, the DFW RV Party will give everyone the chance to view and shop towable RVs from 5 manufacturers, 32 of the top Brands, and over 100 of the latest models and floor plans. Factory and Banking representatives will be on hand, with special programs and discounts so incredible you may never see them again. If you can make only one RV show this year, this is the one to see.

The DFW RV Party will feature visits from former and current Dallas Cowboy players, the world-famous Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, and mascot Rowdy. To top this party off further, there will be a very special guest who will get things even more ramped up. Fun Town RV has invited none other than the Nature Boy, Ric Flair to drop by and say “Wooooo”.

“We wanted to do something more than just a normal RV show. In fact, I believe that no one should ever have to pay to shop for an RV ever again. This event should be considered an RV Party. That is why we are offering free parking, free admission, door prizes, and family fun for all. It is our privilege to host the RV community, the Cowboys Nation, and everyone in the Great State of Texas and to have the chance to show them why they should become a part of the Fun Town Family,” said Jarrod “The Mayor” McGhee CEO and Owner of Fun Town RV.

“The Cowboys have helped make this event special with player autograph sessions, ultimate fan experiences, Rowdy and Cheerleaders available to interact with everyone during the Party,” McGhee continues. “Anytime you get the chance to partner with a world-class organization like the Dallas Cowboys and the Jones family it is an honor and a privilege. The fact that our company started in 2010 with a very humble beginning and has now grown to an organization that can host an event like this, with a venue like AT&T stadium makes me as proud as I can be.”

The show runs from 10am – 7pm on March 10th-12th and 10am – 5pm Sunday on March 13th. For more information and schedules visit DFWRVPARTY.com

All show pricing will be honored at all 11 Fun Town RV retail locations in Cleburne, Corsicana, Rockwall, Denton, Giddings, Waco, Houston, Conroe, San Angelo, Oklahoma, and Tyler.

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