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Rich and Sons put on one of its biggest RV shows this weekend.
Saturday alone 1,500 people showed up at the 36th annual event.
The weekend also marked 40 years since Rich and Sons has been serving Grand Island.
For the first time in 36 years the company held the RV show at its headquarters in Grand Island instead of at Fonner Park.
One hundred and fifty different trailers were featured.
From satellite television, to Bluetooth technology, the two brothers and co-owners of Rich and Sons say each year the RV gets a new look.
"They keep making them more and more like a house they make them more technological," said co-owner, Nick Staab.
"We've got the fifth wheel that we just got in and that's a bunk house fifth wheel with two bathrooms so that's been really popular," said co-owner, Tony Staab.
In January 2014 the event is expected to be held at the same location in Grand Island, the weekend before the Superbowl.
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