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RV expansion to continue into seventh year

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(Dec. 1, 2015) -- "The favorable RV outlook is based on continued gains in jobs and wages, as well as low inflation," said Curtin. "Slowly rising interest rates are anticipated across the forecast horizon, but are not expected to have much impact on RV sales. Record growth in sales of light trucks and low fuel prices will help boost trailer sales." Read More »

Outlook 2016 will kick off National RV Trade Show

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(Nov. 30, 2015) — “Outlook 2016: More to See,” presented by Truma, will launch RVIA’s National RV Trade Show on Dec. 1, with an informative multi-media program that offers an overview of the industry’s successes over the past year, as well as a look to the future. Read More »

7,500 expected for National RV Trade Show

(Nov. 26, 2015) -- The three-day show, produced annually by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, is expected to draw about 7,500 attendees and generate an estimated $6.6 million in local economic impact, the Courier-Journal noted. Read More »

Shipments see highest October in 40 years

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(Nov. 25, 2015) -- RV wholesale shipments tracked by the RV Industry Association posted the highest October total in more than 40 years with 33,843 units shipped last month, 21 percent higher than September and 4.6 percent greater than October 2014. Read More »

RVIA’s Tech Academy focuses on technician training

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(Nov. 23, 2015) -- Called “Tech Academy 2015,” these sessions are available only to attendees from dealerships, accessory/parts stores, repair shops and campgrounds. Attendees may choose one manufacturer’s class per time slot. Tuesday’s product overviews are open to as many as 80 attendees each. Hands-on technician training sessions are limited to 15 attendees. Read More »

Peter Sheahan to speak at Outlook 2016

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(Nov. 19, 2015) — International best-selling author and renowned thought leader Peter Sheahan will be a featured speaker at “Outlook 2016: More to See,” RVIA’s breakfast program kicking off the National RV Trade Show on Dec. 1, at 7:30 a.m. in the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC) South Wing Mezzanine Ballroom. Read More »

National RV Trade Show features sales, NHTSA sessions

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(Nov. 16, 2015) -- This year's National RV Trade Show offers two special training sessions. The first session is about taking a smarter approach to RV sales. The second will make attendees smarter about communicating with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Read More »

RVIA sets date for 2016 annual meeting

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(Oct. 30, 2015) -- The RV Industry Association has set the date for its 2016 annual meeting. The event takes place Feb. 29 to March 2 at the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain in Tucson, Ariz. Annual meeting attendees will have the opportunity to discuss association activities, attend informative seminars, and network with business colleagues. Read More »

House committee adopts Gibbs-Titus amendment

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(Oct. 29, 2015) -- "RV trailers and motorhomes are transported in a one-way delivery where installation of an ELD just doesn't make sense," said Wheeler. "We are pleased Congress recognized the unique nature of RV shipments across the country." Read More »

There is more to see at the National RV Trade Show

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(Oct. 28, 2015) -- “Shipments are rising, the industry is creating jobs, and consumers are responding enthusiastically to new models and features. Our Louisville show offers the opportunity to see our industry’s best products, meet colleagues, and make deals – all in one place," said Hugelmeyer. Read More »

California RV Show sees attendance jump

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(Oct. 20, 2015) -- Total attendance for the 10-day retail event increased by 6percent with 35,148 attendees this year compared to 33,269 attendees in 2014. The rise in attendance was particularly encouraging after the show’s opening weekend was marred by scorching heat with temperatures hovering above 104 degrees. Read More »

Feds remove Indonesian lauan from trade program

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(Sept. 12, 2015) -- Because 82 percent of all lauan imported to the United States last year came from Indonesia, which exceeded the 75 percent threshold of imports from one country, the USTR revoked the competitive needs limitations (CNL) waiver for the wood, meaning it is no longer eligible for duty-free treatment. The 8 percent duty will begin to be collected. Read More »