There may be no better symbol of the RV industry’s turnaround than the RV Hall of Fame.
Back in 2011, the RV Hall of Fame was millions of dollars in debt and in danger of closing.
But now, the museum is thriving and is now working to become the heart of the RV industry in the RV capital, according to ABC 57.
Twice a year, the RV shows at the Hall of Fame shine a spotlight on the industry: striving to show off the newest vehicles and achievements.
The Hall of Fame was able to climb out of debt, thanks to generous donations and pledges from both the RV and Manufactured Housing industries.
President Darryl Searer calls the museum the shining star of the industry.
The museum expects to be debt free by the end of 2018.