DENVER, Colo. – As the RV Aftermarket Executive Conference wrapped up its annual event at the Embassy Suites in downtown Denver, it was pretty easy to spot the person who had just won the group’s biggest honor.
The majority of purchasing, according to the survey, was done online – primarily Amazon. However, 60 percent of the end consumers mentioned going into local RV retail stores and getting hands-on with products first.
The Lafayette Parish School System is in talks to purchase a now-shuttered Camping World dealership on Northeast Evangeline Thruway in Louisiana for $1.8 million to house its maintenance team and growing bus fleet.
The government affairs team at the RV Industry Association is working to make sure that lawmakers, at all levels, understand that the RV industry is forward-thinking when it comes to how it does business.