The RV industry needs your help. Let the policymakers in your state know that it is imperative that RV businesses are classified as essential, allowing
The Canadian RV and camping industry has announced measures to advocate to government officials and policy makers that RV manufacturers and suppliers, RV dealers and
Gigi Stetler, CEO of RV Sales of Broward (County, Florida) and founder of the non-profit RV Advisor Consumer Association (RVACA), will soon begin providing free RVs to healthcare workers and other public service workers on the front line of the coronavirus fight.
The Small Business Administration will work directly with state governors to provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses severely impacted by COVID-19. New paid sick leave legislation takes effect April 2.
RVIA, RVDA and ARVC jointly sent a letter to all 50 state governors, urging them to recognize the RV industry and campgrounds as essential businesses and to allow them to remain operational during the COVID-19 outbreak.
RVIA has gathered talking points and the latest industry-specific info in a comprehensive online resource to help RV professionals respond to the coronavirus outbreak and mitigate its impact on the industry.
In a letter to Vice President Mike Pence, who leads the Coronavirus Task Force, the industry group for RV makers said they planned to donate RVs for use in the most critical health care settings in the country, as determined by the Coronavirus Task Force.