Is The Summer Of 2018 The Summer Of The Road Trip?

Suddenly, old-fashioned road trips are trendy again. Surveys show they’re on the rise. Websites, newspapers, magazines, and even books are featuring road trips like they’re the next big thing—even though they’re actually a longstanding American tradition steeped in nostalgia and pop culture, from the 1950’s Beat Generation literary classic “On the Road” to the 1983 […]

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National RV Trade Show Spotlights Emerging RV Trends

2018 Vanleigh Beacon interior (Source: Vanleigh RV)

The National RV Trade Show hosts the largest concentration of RV manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, and campground managers in the world. It’s where the industry gathers each year to celebrate and showcase the RV lifestyle, discover new products, and engage with key stakeholders and leaders. The show is the single most credible source for product innovation, dealer sales […]

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RV Shipments Continue Upward Surge: Poised To Reach $26.19 Billion By 2024

An increasing number of consumers inclined towards adventure travel and exploring the U.S. and Canada are driving the growth of North America’s recreational vehicle market. A variety of styles and design innovations have also fueled the growth of the recreational vehicle market. The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) August survey of manufacturers found RV wholesale […]

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Life On The Road: Millennials Embrace The RV Lifestyle

The perks of having a mobile residence are more appealing now than ever before, especially with millennials looking for a place of their own. But why would millennials prefer to live in an RV over a traditional house? Aside from the financial break because of the lower cost of living, RVs provide an opportunity to […]

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Are RVs the Home of the Future?

The newest living trend across America is hitting the road, literally. As they try to make more out of less, RV living has become a prime choice for many young professionals. Coupling all the amenities you’re typically used to: electricity, running water, Wi-Fi, full bathrooms and kitchens—it’s the obvious choice for many. To cut expenses—think, […]

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