Monday, July 13, 2009

Gas prices down, RV business Up

As gas prices go down, the RV business is going up. It's one bright spot in an industry that's suffered as much as any other in this economy.

Glen Takahara is buying an RV in San Jose, California "I basically want to hit the road and see the United States."

Kevin Smith is going to rent one for two weeks.

"It's convenient to rent because you don't have to pay for storage and you don't have to pay for upkeep."

Together, these men represent something RV dealers haven't seen much of in the past year: customers.
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