RV living stages a comeback around US
from Visalia Times-Delta
A new generation of Americans searching for ways to have fun in a wobbly economy is giving a boost to the 100-year-old RV industry. Some RV camps and resorts are seeing double-digit percentage jumps in occupancy and new faces, according to Linda Profaizer, president and CEO of the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds. "It had been mainly the 55-plus," she said. "The fastest-growing segment is the younger market — 35 to 47 — younger people entering the market with families."
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