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Podcast 157 explores Campanda RV rentals

Podcast 157 explores Campanda RV rentals

This week’s guest is Nik Kubasek, the chief operations officer for Campanda, an international RV rental site that matches renters with RV owners.

Founded in Germany and in its fifth year of operation in North America, Campanda is seeing a spike in interest among people wanting to offset the cost of RV ownership by renting out their RVs to others.

He explains how Campanda works to benefit RV owners and people looking to rent RVs. RV dealers can also tap into this market, which is comprised of a lot of international visitors, but gaining momentum among North American travelers.

He addresses some of the common concerns that owners may have about putting RVs up for rent, as well as concerns renters may have about reserving a unit. He also explains how RV owners can set up profiles for their units to target specific age groups and geographic locations.

Since RV ownership is expensive for some people, many of them are jumping onto these types of opportunities to rent their RVs to others when the owners aren’t using the RVs for their own travel.

Many families, especially millennials, would prefer to just rent an RV for a few weeks or a few weekends each year.
With the increasing popularity of ride-sharing services like Uber, it is only natural that the same people will consider renting someone’s RV from time to time.

RV owners and RV dealers are encouraged to learn more about Campanda by visiting www.campanda.com.

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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