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Are you thinking of using it as a walk-in showroom at the craft shows? If so, it's probably too big for the booth size of most shows. If you're just talking about using it to haul stuff around to then set up in your booth, that's a different story
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I ran into one person who did a toy trailer. He had a RV (small) to tow and stay in. The downside was a lot of times, he was parked on fringe if the shows or paid the higher cost. He said it took a couple of years to work out the bugs. Better than a 10 ' tent for him . He had Class "A" set-up and real nice items. Dale......
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We have a 40' trailer that has a living quarters in the front and a rear shop. We use it for shows but build the booth down the side of the trailer underneath the awnings.
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