PROVO, Utah — Family-owned Miller’s Trailer Sales in Spanish Fork is celebrating 50 years in the camping trailer business this year.
When Roy Miller first opened his store in 1968, he bought three travel trailers with $10,000. Then, camping trailers measured in the teens and came with an icebox and a camping stove.
“Now they can be up to 40-feet long, with three or four slideouts, granite countertops, even fireplaces,” Miller said. “It’s like a home.”
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