Good news for dealers: Assuming the upcoming presidential election results in more of the same – a divided government with neither part firmly in control of both houses as well as the White House – credit should remain readily available and at rates that are beneficial to buying a profitable floorplan.
Dealers gathering at Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., for the first day of the Colorado Springs Great American RV Show Thursday (Sept. 29), agreed that the sales of everything from classic travel trailers to luxurious motorhomes have gone up since profits bottomed out following the 2008 recession, the Colorado Springs Gazette reports.
Family Motor Coach Association, an international organization for people who own motorhomes, announced its plans to return to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, where the Association will host its 96th International Convention July 12-15, 2017.
U.S. consumer spending fell in August for the first time in seven months while inflation showed signs of accelerating, mixed signals that could keep the Federal Reserve cautious about raising interest rates, according to a report from Reuters.
DÜSSELDORF, Germany – Since venturing into the North American RV market during the 2015 Elkhart Open House Extravaganza, the Erwin Hymer Group has continued to enlarge its footprint in the U.S. and Canada.
Thor Industries posted a record year for RV sales in its fourth-quarter fiscal 2016 results, and Tuesday (Sept. 27) “Mad Money” host and market analyst Jim Cramer weighed in on the company’s performance during an interview with Thor CEO Bob Martin.
During Elkhart Open House Week, Spartan promoted to RV dealers and manufacturers its new Spartan Advanced Protection System (APS) – a package of collision mitigation and coach stability features designed to make operating a Class A diesel motorhome safer.