RV industry rebounding, led by smaller trailers
from The Associated Press via ABC News
From Dec. 8, 2010:
American families are ready to hitch up their trailers and tow the RV industry out of its worst stretch in nearly two decades. RV makers such as Winnebago are starting to turn profits and have begun to hire. And dealers are ordering more RVs for their showrooms. This year, shipments of RVs ranging from entry-level pop-ups to spacious motorhomes are expected to hit their highest level since 2007, when the economic downturn began. The upswing is a sign that somewhat looser credit, stable fuel prices, and improved consumer confidence are inspiring Americans to buy more RVs.
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