EXCLUSIVE: Mobile RV Service Business Launches in North Carolina

RV on Call is a new mobile RV services business in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill Triangle area of North Carolina, providing services including RV cleaning, maintenance and minor repair.

In addition to direct in-person services, the company seeks to create a local learning community through a blog, digital products and member-only forum. The forum serves as a place to share RV tips, reviews of local services and campgrounds and a list of RVs and accessories for sale by owner.

“I work full-time as an urban planner, and this business is my part-time passion project,” RV on Call owner and CEO Pete Sullivan said. “I love everything about RVs and the RV community. I am fascinated by everything about the industry from the technical to the recreational.”

RV on Call’s base of operation in Durham is at the epicenter of strong population growth and abundant RV camping opportunities, Sullivan said.

“The more I studied the local RV market and our physical proximity to great parks, natural areas, and campgrounds,” Sullivan said, “the more it seemed like a good time to launch an RV services business.”

North Carolina is the ninth-largest state and had the sixth-largest population gain over the last decade. Between 2020 and 2021, 112,000 people were added to the population census. The state is now home to 10.6 million people. Most of this growth has occurred in just six counties, either in or near RV on Call’s service area.

“I think as NC continues to be a sought-after location to live and work, its reputation as an RV market will move up in the rankings,” Sullivan said. “We have tech cA picture of RV On Call CEO and his family in front of a travel trailerompanies like Apple, Google and Epic Games expanding here as well as Toyota, Fidelity Investments and Boom Supersonic.”

RV on Call served 30 customers since March 1. Customers include young and non-traditional families, first-time RVers, retirees, and people of color.

“The RV and camping demographic is changing, and we see this awareness promoted in the Go RVing rebrand, and by organizations like NC-based Black Folks Camp Too,” said Sullivan.

Sullivan is going through Level 1 RVTI pre-inspection delivery training.

For more information, visit RV on Call or email [email protected].


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