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For many motor-home lovers, it's "the bigger the recreational vehicle, the better." Though there's a big price to pay for a convenience-filled rig that helps make it a home away from home, it's worth the cost to shoppers featured in "Big Time RV," which presents a glimpse inside a Tampa, Fla., dealership that's one of the largest, most prestigious of its kind in the U.S. While touring and testing every make and model available, the sales force and service center work to satisfy the demands of those who want to buy -- or rent -- big, luxury RVs.

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A camper for a daughter's birthday; making a major sale.
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Real estate moguls shop for an RV that meets their 500 horsepower high standards and suits their beloved puppy dog all for under $400K; an athletic family looks for a motorhome to match their mud loving lifestyle.
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Paddleboard instructors need an RV to expand their business; a young family wants to take their kids on rugged adventures; cyclists search for a bike-friendly RV.
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Bourbon connoisseurs need an RV to reach Kentucky; a family hunts for a trailer tough enough for the outdoors; three rowdy boys and diehard baseball fans dream of going coast-to-coast in an all-star coach.
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A mom and her three kids want a family vacation RV; two history buffs want to take a history-themed trip to Washington, D.C.; twin sisters demand luxury for a cross-country road trip.
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In Tampa, Fla., two demanding customers, Tim and Elizabeth Robinson, return to shop for a new RV for themselves and their prized pooch, Heidi.
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Horse trainers pony up cold hard cash for a blue-ribbon RV; a family with big expectations needs a coach with plenty of room to grow; two siblings must ditch the rivalry to find an RV that will go the distance.
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A gaming company seeks an RV for the perfect escape, boaters want to go ashore in a luxury land yacht and exes attempt to go tiny in a pop up.
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A dog rescue group needs an RV that'll keep their canines comfy, two adventurous RVers want to upgrade to some serious luxury and a father wants an RV to spend more time outdoors with his family.
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A volleyball team needs to score an RV for out-of-town games, a couple and their dog need a posh coach for a family vacation and an adoptive couple wants an RV to take their new daughters on a tour of the country.
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Two cyclist buddies want an RV for expeditions; adventurous newlyweds want a honeymoon love nest; a family of six wants a spacious RV for a lifetime of memories.
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Tampa rock trio Acting Natural needs a better ride before going national; a Denver family wants an RV for fishing trips; football fanatics Chris and Monica want to follow their favorite team all season, but need room for their two dogs.
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An RV fit for a big family road trip; cookie makers need a rolling bakery; a retired couple wants to rough it in luxury.
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A minister and his wife are tempted on a tour of travel trailers, a singing sheriff and his bluegrass pickin' wife have a showdown over the perfect RV, and showbiz family wants to kick things up a notch.
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A surfing family wants a rad RV for their cross-country trip out West; a firefighter and his wife search for a decked-out coach for camping trips.
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Two best friends want the ultimate party mobile; a mountain-biking family wants an RV they can take anywhere; parents want an RV big enough to fit them and their two tall sons.
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High rollers want an RV with flash; a traveling magician needs an RV that will house the whole family; a young couple compromises for their first camper.
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Old friends shop for an RV for a cross-country, mother-daughter trip; a couple want a bear-proof luxury coach; two polar explorers need a mountain-ready ride.
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In Tampa, three lifelong friends who call themselves the "Divas Do" love to travel and want an RV for a cross-country road trip; childhood friends Dave and Molly want to find an RV to expand their traveling photo booth business.
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A politician chooses an RV that can accommodate his family while on the road for work; three mountain bikers need an RV that will get them to Colorado's most rugged trails; two adventurous full-timers want a downsized RV for their European holiday.
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Parents-to-be search for a coach with room to grow; a pageant family needs a rolling green room; a young couple hunts for their first RV.

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