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RVIA Economic Impact Study

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association commissioned an Economic Impact Study on the RV industry, released on June 7, 2016. The study found that the RV industry contributes about $49.7 billion in economic output or 0.28 percent of the Gross Domestic Product. Through its production and distribution linkages, the industry impacts firms in 426 of the 440 sectors of the United States economy.

Nationwide, the industry is responsible for 216,170 jobs, both directly and inderectly, creating an economic impact of $37.5 billion. The full study results, along with each individual state and congressional district's economic impact is available on the website by clicking here .

RVIA Urges Show Pre-Registration

Fri Nov 11, 2016

145072659275994.jpgLouisville, Ky,-- The RVIA urges non-exhibiting companies and distributors who plan to attend RVIA’s National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., to take advantage of early registration pricing before the Nov. 21 deadline.

The pre-show rate is $100 for RVIA-member companies and $200 for associate members and non-members. The onsite rate, which goes into effect on Nov. 22, rises to $200 for RVIA-member companies and $300 for associate members and non-members.

Show registration is free for RV dealers, accessory parts stores, repair shops and campground representatives. RV industry members can register online.

Registration provides access to exhibits from more than 30 manufacturers representing 95 percent of U.S. RV production and more than 200 industry suppliers showcasing the latest game-changing RV models, products and business solutions.

The event’s breakfast kick-off features a talk by pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, a look at what’s ahead for the RV industry, and a report on Go RVing’s programs.

RVIA’s National RV Trade Show takes place Nov. 28 – Dec. 1 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. It is the leading trade event for the manufacturers, dealers, suppliers and ancillary businesses allied to the field. Now in its 54th year, the National Show is the only event of its kind in the U.S.