RVDA Board Approves 2025 Fiscal Year Budget

A picture of RVDA Chairman Ryan Horsey at the 2023 RVDA Convention/Expo.
A picture of RVDA Chairman Ryan Horsey at the 2023 RVDA Convention/Expo.

The RVDA Board of Directors approved a $4.35 million budget for the 2025 fiscal year at the board meeting in Washington, D.C., on June 4.

The budget provides funding and staffing support to further the association’s objectives and strategic planning process.

The budget will fund advocacy initiatives with government/regulatory entities. The plan invests in repair event cycle time through staff activity and initiatives in collaboration with the RV Technical Institute.

Educational programs will expand through the Mike Molino RV Learning Center’s online fixed operations training. The budget will finance the RVDA Convention/Expo in addition to member benefits programs via RV Assistance Corp. The outline includes support for the Go RVing market expansion program.

The budget approved revisions to the association’s strategic plan. The revised goals include:

  • RVDA advocates for public policies that promote and protect its members’ ability to conduct business and consumers’ use of RVs.
  • RVDA works with industry stakeholders to advance initiatives that enhance consumers’ enjoyment of RV travel.
  • RVDA provides exceptional education and experiences to elevate dealership performance.

The next RVDA Board of Directors meeting will be Nov. 11, in conjunction with the RVDA Convention/Expo.


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