RVIA

AcronymDefinition
RVIARecreation Vehicle Industry Association, Inc (Reston, VA)
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The RVIA anticipates that 361,200 RVs will be shipped in 2004, eclipsing the previous one-year industry high of 321,000 in 1999.
The industry, through RVIA, spent $60 million from 1997 to 2002 on a campaign to promote vacations using RVs.
Millions of Americans travel in RVs every year because of the unmatched freedom and flexibility they provide when traveling," said RVIA President Richard Coon.
More than nine million Americans own RVs because of the unmatched freedom and flexibility they provide when traveling," said RVIA President Richard Coon.
Baby boomers are now getting into RV-ing because they can get away from home, yet still keep in contact, run their businesses, communicate with their offices,'' said the RVIA spokesman.
With the increasing growth of the RV market, RVIA is thrilled to see a company with the reach of Affinity doing everything it can to meet the needs of this dynamic niche market.
RVs offer an affordable, flexible and comfortable way for families to escape the pressures of every day life, and to share fun activities that create warm memories and strong family bonds," said RVIA President Richard Coon.
The all composite Pilgrim International travel trailer debuting at the 2007 Louisville RVIA show is the first of its kind to utilize all composite construction with absolutely zero wood.
This will be Whyte's second term on the RVIA Board of Directors, which sets policy and standards for the national association.
Projections by the RVIA indicate that RV ownership will increase 13% from 6.
We're hopeful that the stimulus will work as planned," says RVIA President Richard Coon.
The E2 made its first public appearance at the RVIA show in November 2006.