Friday, October 07, 2005

RV Travel Increasing Among Hispanic American Families

Isaac and Connie Hernandez and their sons have long known the joys and benefits of RV travel. The El Paso, Texas family bought their first RV four years ago and have already traded up to a larger model.

The Hernandez family is among a growing number of Hispanic Americans who find the RV lifestyle appealing. According to a study by Harris Interactive for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, among those who identified themselves as members of an ethnic group, Hispanic Americans are most likely to consider purchasing an RV.

“When we travel in the RV, it’s like having our home with us,” says Connie, 39, a radio station account executive. “It’s more convenient than staying in a hotel and more affordable than flying.” Full Story...

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