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Record number of RV owners in United States

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(Aug. 30, 2016) -- The owner of Schaap's RV Traveland, Rachelle Schaap, believes more people are buying a RV because they want to unplug from technology and be outdoors but still have the comfort of a trailer. She said she is having more younger customers come in to her business to buy an RV. Read More »

RV shipments up and down in July

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(Aug. 26, 2016) -- RV shipments to retailers of 28,350 units were 4.6 percent ahead of this same month last year according to RVIA. However, travel trailers, folding campers, truck campers and Class A motorhomes all reported declines in July. Read More »

RVIA board election ends Aug. 31

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(Aug. 23, 2016) -- Elections for the RV Industry Asociation’s Board of Directors will continue through Aug. 31 with members casting ballots online to select eight representatives from a field of 13 candidates. Read More »

EPA, NHTSA release new greenhouse gas rule

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(Aug. 18, 2016) -- The 1,690-page Phase 2 rule will require that motorhome chassis sold in the United States meet more stringent greenhouse gas emissions standards as well as comply with NHTSA’s fuel consumption requirements. Read More »

RVIA hires new VP to oversee meetings, shows

Liz Crawford

(July 21, 2016) -- "There are a lot of growth opportunities with these events, and with the newly defined strategic direction the RVIA has set forth for the organization and its members, I feel this is the right time to be a part of it," said Crawford. Read More »

Bontrager resigns as RVIA chairman

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(July 19, 2016) -- RVIA’s First Vice Chairman Bob Parish, vice president with Wells Fargo, will fulfill the chairman’s duties until the board elects a new chairman and executive committee at the September meeting in Burlington, Vt. Read More »

RVIA hosts Rep. Young in Elkhart

(July 14, 2016) -- The meeting discussed the impact of the RV industry on Indiana and nationally, the condition of the U.S. and Indiana economies, the upcoming presidential election, and the Generalized System of Preferences trade agreement. Read More »