Indiana will coordinate with Ohio and Kentucky in deciding when to lift stay-at-home orders, Gov. Eric Holcomb said yesterday. Holcomb he will decide when to
The overwhelming majority of RV dealerships that responded to an RVDA survey in the past few days are open for business, providing essential services under state and local stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
During an early March meeting of RVIA’s board of directors, a number of industry practices were analyzed, including the then-current limitations of 430 square feet for fifth wheels and 400 square feet for travel trailers in set-up mode.
Eligible businesses can apply for Paycheck Protection Program small business loans to cover qualified payroll costs including rent, utilities and interest on mortgage and other debt obligations.
Based on the information RVIA received from Indiana state officials, RV manufacturing qualifies as essential businesses in Indiana under Gov. Eric Holcomb’s March 23 Executive Order…