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(Jan. 23, 2012) -- From Greer, S.C., WSPA reports the sluggish economy has some local residents turning to a different place to live: area RV parks.

Economy has residents rolling into S.C. RV park

GREER, S.C. – WSPA reports the sluggish economy has some local residents turning to a different place to live: area RV parks. Dick Wiltfang, owner of Creekside RV Park in Greer, told WSPA he’s seen it firsthand.

WSPA reports: “Wiltfang, who’s owned his park for 14 years, says the face of his place is changing. He has 41 spaces, and only three are currently empty.”

For the complete report from WSPA News Channel 7, click here.

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