Monday, February 23, 2009
Are People Ready to Buy RVs?
Organizers say that an estimated 30,000 people came out to the state fairgrounds during the last two weekends with only one thing on the mind--finding the perfect RV.
According to those we talked to, even in a recession this is the most affordable way to travel.
"For us it's cheaper than going to a motel every night, it's a tax deduction, it's considered a mortgage," says shopper Betty Chandler.
Betty and her husband already own a motor home, and are looking to upgrade. They are like many out today--looking for a deal in a tough economy.
"Absolutely, we know that there's some really good deals out there right now, so we went out there and took advantage of that," says Barry Berman of Westminster.
Here at the RV show you can find a deal as inexpensive as $10,000 for what they call a pop up--to over $200,000 for a luxury motor home.While dealers do admit that financing has gotten tough in this recession, they say that the industry--at least in this part of the country--is doing okay.
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