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RV ownership could reach 8.5 million households by 2010


The Grand Rapids Press in Michigan features a story on the recent Grand Rapids Camper, Travel & RV Show.

According to the story, today's RVs are resemble vacation homes on wheels, offering luxuries such as full-size refrigerators, French doors, and even fireplaces.

While fuel costs and a rough economy could dampen the enthusiasm of buyers, the RV lifestyle still has a strong market with retiring baby boomers.

The story also mentions a University of Michigan study that projects RVs ownership to reach 8.5 million households by 2010.
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3 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:45 PM

    The passion for RVing and the desire to hit the open road will outweigh any obstacles such as higher fuel prices or the perception of a softening economy. Our January and February sales have been the highest they have been in years. Keep the faith....if you build it they will come! (especially if you build a good one!)

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  2. Anonymous8:45 PM

    The passion for RVing and the desire to hit the open road will outweigh any obstacles such as higher fuel prices or the perception of a softening economy. Our January and February sales have been the highest they have been in years. Keep the faith....if you build it they will come! (especially if you build a good one!)

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  3. Anonymous11:28 AM

    Thanks for the great post, I started my career in nursing after finishing a associate degree in nursing from associate degree nursing schools

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