Northwest Iowa sees boost in RV sales

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Owners of recreational vehicle dealerships in N’West Iowa have been happy campers lately.

Southwest Wholesale RV in Sheldon experienced slow sales early on this year because of the uncertainty the coronavirus pandemic brought, but that didn’t last long.

“About mid-April things drastically changed and we have been going full steam since,” said owner Mark Ten Clay, who has overseen the recreational vehicle dealership and service center with his wife, Carisa, for 20 years.

He said interest in camping this year — as well as sales traffic and demand for camping vehicles — has been up this year, especially after Iowa campgrounds were given the all clear to open in early May.

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