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Black Book recently released a report showing that the average selling price for motorized RV units was $45,566, which is down $973 (2 percent) from the previous month. 
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Indiana has slipped slightly in a national business climate ranking. CNBC’s annual “America’s Top States For Business” list rates the Hoosier State 16th, down from 14th last year.
Amazon
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The latest eMarketer forecast shows that Amazon continues to set the pace for U.S. retail ecommerce and will account for more than 80 percent of the overall market’s expected growth this year.
Outdoorsy
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Outdoorsy has announced survey findings that debunk RV myths, while uncovering surprising insights into American and Millennial travel trends ahead of an anticipated record-breaking number of road trips this July 4, the company stated.
Black Book
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Black Book recently released its monthly report, showing that the average selling price for motorized units was $46,539, which is up $3,948 (9.2 percent) from the previous month.
GasBuddy
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The difference may not seem significant given that current gas prices are below the peak of $2.98 per gallon hit in May, but over the first four days of July, gas purchases will cost motorists $1.02 billion more than last year.
RVIA
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Industry analyst Dr. Richard Curtin continues to see bright prospects for RV wholesale shipments into 2019, despite his projection for a possible “short, shallow recession” sometime in the fourth quarter of that year, or possibly early 2020.
shipments
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The RV Industry Association’s May survey of manufacturers found RV wholesale shipments finished at 45,070, a decrease of 1.7 percent from the 45,853 units shipped last May. 
Technavio
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Technavio analysts forecast the RV market in North America to grow at a CAGR of more than 8 percent during the period 2018 to 2022, according to their latest market research report.
Go RVing
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As the summer travel season shifts into high gear, 92 percent of RV owners said they expect to use their RVs as much as or more than they did in 2017.

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