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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.
The economy has taken a huge toll in recent weeks with stock markets tumbling and uncertainties around every corner. Both domestic and global economies are waiting to see just how far reaching the impact…
While January wholesale shipments released by RVIA Tuesday may have taken some by surprise, it didn’t come as a shock to those on the industry’s front line.
On Dec. 31, 2019, the novel coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, China. On Jan. 30, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the virus a global emergency. WHO reported the number of confirmed cases as of Feb. 13…
On Feb. 19, RVIA Director of Federal Affairs Chris Bornemann will outline the various proposals to fund a massive federal infrastructure package during a members-only Driving Policy Webinar.
It’s a safe bet that America’s national parks would never have become the popular attractions they are today without extensive, reliable transportation to carry visitors to, from and through the parks.
Kirby’s Barber RV dealership in Ventura, California, has found the key to hiring technicians for its dealership. The dealership teamed up with Oxnard College’s Auto Tech program providing benefits for both the college and the dealership. “Finding qualified technicians that truly care about the customer and their career has always been essential,” said Louis Vierstra, fixed operations director at Kirby’s Barber RV dealership.