MDC at the Adelaide Caravan and Camping Show
Author: Dominic Date Posted:6 August 2015
As most of you are no doubt aware, last weekend (from Thursday the 30st of July to Sunday the 2nd of August), the Caravan and Camping Industries Association of Australia held a Caravan and Camping Super Sale show, at the Wayville Showgrounds in Adelaide.
The weather leading up to the show was bleak, at best, but spirited campers and motor home tourists alike were eager despite the weather… And of course, what is a Caravan and Camping show without Camper trailers and Caravans! The Market Direct Adelaide team were there bright and early on the Saturday morning to show off the whole range of Camper Trailers and Off-Road Caravans.
Even though the Market Direct fleet was setup outside in the rain, all of the campers were eager to see how the trailers and caravans held up in the raining weather, and didn’t they get delighted when the trailers weren’t showing any negative effects of the rain.
The team was flat out at the show answering your questions and showcasing the Camper Trailers and Caravans that were on display, and having a lot of fun whilst doing so. The fun and excitement of the show continued through the weekend and during pack up on the Monday, even catching the eye of the staff from the showgrounds.
While the Market Direct Camper Trailers and Caravans were very popular this year, the MDC Swags and MDC Rooftop Tents were also bringing the crowds of casual campers to the grounds. The Adelaide Market Direct Staff have and continue to express their thanks and appreciation for stopping by to see us them at the show, and they look forward to seeing you at the next show.
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