RV Industry Members to Converge on Capitol Hill

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RV industry representatives will meet on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC June 7 on for RV’s Move America Week Advocacy Day to discuss legislation with U.S. lawmakers.

“The RV industry is an integral part of the American economy,” said RVIA VP of Government Affairs Jason Rano. “We are looking forward to explaining to Congress how vital legislation can enable us to play an even greater role in supporting rural communities, conserving state and federal parklands, and contributing to the physical and mental well-being of their constituents.”

Industry representatives will be advocating for America’s Outdoors Recreation Act, which expands on programs funded by 2020’s Great American Outdoors Act; the Farm Bill, reauthorization of the Generalized System of Preferences and reform of Competitive Need Limitations; and tax code changes on towable RV floorplan financing.

RV industry representatives will urge the members with whom they meet to join the RV Caucus, co-chaired in the Senate by Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) and Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), and in the House, by Rep. Rudy Yakym (R-Ind.) and Rep. Dina Titus (D-Nev.). As RV Caucus members, RVIA said the congressional members will provide support for and educate congressional colleagues about future issues around tariffs, federal housing definitions, and campground modernization and expansion.


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