2013 Camp RZR Event Report- Polaris’ Halloween Extravaganza!

2013 Camp RZR Event Report- Polaris’ Halloween Extravaganza! Hot

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Polaris Camp RZROver the course of any given year, off road vehicle manufacturers will throw events to ensure that their consumers are enjoying the products and “lifestyle” that a particular brand is supposed to portray. Polaris is one of those companies, but their Camp RZR event, held in Glamis this year on the always-busy Halloween weekend, seemed to eclipse any other manufacturer event held in the past. Camp RZR was, is, and always will be remembered as the largest manufacturer event during Glamis’ 2013 season!

This year, Polaris went all out with Camp RZR and included a HUGE vendor area where attendees could find parts, accessories, and everything else to outfit their RZR. In addition to the different dealers, Polaris brought out big names in the offroad industry, such as Traxxas, Monster Energy, and a host of other’s who helped draw the crowds in every day. Attendees had the opportunity the get autographs from celebrity drivers, such as RJ Anderson (known for his XP1K driving stunts, LOORS presence, as well his involvement in select SXS series), and to watch all of the Polaris-related videos on the HUGE jumbo-tron screen.

Polaris Camp RZRWhile the inner circle of Camp RZR included all of the vendors and exhibits, one of the most sought-after attractions of the weekend was the demo area. Attendees who wanted to try out the new 1000-line of RZR vehicles could demo the new vehicles at anytime. Needless to say, drivers came away from their sand adventures very impressed with the RZR lineup, and most of them felt like the RZR line of vehicles are very well suited for the sand dunes. To top the weekend off right, Polaris launched a huge fireworks display for their countless RZR fans, and many were sad to see the festivities come to an end.

By the end of the weekend, Polaris had welcomed tens of thousands of Camp RZR enthusiasts into their vast event area, and we hear that they are poised to return Camp RZR in the coming years. ATVESCAPE will be all over it! Be sure to keep an eye out for our RZR XP 4 1000 review, which will be up on the ATVESCAPE.com soon.

Polaris Camp RZRUntil we see you next time, be safe in the OffRoad jungle!

You can read more articles by Casey at C2Offroad.com, so be sure to check it out.

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