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Recreation: RV Dealers Take High Road

This article was published in the Record-Eagle’s Rise special publication.

If fresh air is calling and escaping crowded venues is your goal, area RV businesses have the perfect getaway vehicle for travelers.

Whether you’re thinking of buying a new RV, or a dependable pre-owned one – all road tested and campsite approved – a number of dealerships in the Grand Traverse, Mich. region will have customers singing, “Hit the Road, Jack,” quicker than they can pump a tank of gas.

And now that the shock and awe of the coronavirus shutdown has melted away (sort of), businesses are open and ready to serve.

“We are back up and running,” said Ralph Kauffman, general manager of About Nature and Me RV of Traverse City, 3938 Rennie School Road, who, like others, was interviewed both before and after the coronavirus shutdown. “We were down for a bit and were only open for essential services – repair, parts, things like that.

“But now, more than ever, I think people are anxious to travel. Perhaps they’re a bit leery of other travel, even though it’s probably cleaner than ever before. They just want to get out on their own.”

Click here to read the whole story from David L. Barber in the Traverse City, Mich. Record Eagle.

Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor of RV PRO magazine.

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