Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Rental motor home industry sees business rise

The rental motor home industry is getting a welcome pull from hurricanes Katrina and Rita as major corporations rush in rigs from as far as Alaska, Canada and New York to use as emergency worker housing.

They join trailers and other vehicles helping to alleviate the corporate housing shortage along the Gulf Coast for both evacuees and companies dealing with the catastrophes.

"It's an ocean of good news for every aspect of this industry," says Sherman Goldenberg, publisher of RV Business, a trade publication.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is trying to provide many trailers in different locations for evacuees, rather than motor homes, which are typically driven from place to place. Full Story...

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