Monday, December 15, 2008

RV Plant Closings a Boon to Other Businesses
MIDDLEBURY — Many RV companies are closing their doors, trying to avoid bankruptcy. But what happens to all of their leftover equipment and supplies?

Their losses can keep new or smaller businesses afloat.

The Pilgrim RV plant in Middlebury sits idle. Six buildings full of supplies, partially completed RV's and equipment, but not for long; they're auctioning everything off — and they're not alone. RV auctions are becoming big business.
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