Fleetwood RV Launches 2011 Storm Crossover Motor Home

Fleetwood RV, Inc. has launched the 2011 Storm, described as a ?crossover? motor home that features the sleeping capacity and value of a Class C motor home along with the roominess and storage capacity of a Class A motor home.

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?The 2011 Storm is a special motor home because it includes the best aspects of both a Class A and a Class C motor home,? said John Draheim, CEO of Fleetwood RV, Inc. ?Storm is loaded with standard features and provides a great value at price that appeals to a wide range of RVers.?

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According to Fleetwood, the 2011 Storm is available in three floor plans: a 28-foot single-slide, rear bedroom floor plan with walk-around queen bed and oversized wrap-around booth dinette (28MS); a 31-foot dual-slide, side-aisle floor plan with opposing dinette/sofa in the living room (30SA); and a 31-foot dual-slide floor plan with standard traditional bunk beds or the optional ?Bunk Bed-n-Breakfast? space-saving two-person dinette with convertible bunk beds (32BH).

The innovative ?Hide-a-Loft? feature, a queen-sized, electronic drop-down bed with air mattress located above the driver/passenger captain?s chairs, is also an available option on all floor plans.

Source: Fleetwood


Evergreen Recreational Vehicles Eco-Friendly Composite Trailers

The Evergreen Recreational Vehicles homepage features a YouTube video on Evergreen’s eco-friendly RVs from WTS Outdoor Adventure and an interview with President Douglas Lantz.

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EverGreen Recreation Vehicles LLC has already revolutionized the industry with innovative, eco-friendly Ever-Lite travel trailers. The trailers are the first all composite-construction, lightweight, formaldehyde-free, recyclable travel trailers ever produced.

Source: EverGreen Recreation Vehicles


Survey Shows Interest in RV travel Remains Strong

The RVIA homepage reports a new survey shows that interest in RV travel remains strong, with nearly half of RV owners planning to spend more time on the road this spring and summer than a year ago.

The latest Campfire Canvass, a biannual survey of RV owners by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), 45.4 percent of RV owners expect to travel more this summer than they did last year; 41.9 percent say they?ll travel the same amount.

More than 8.2 million U.S. households own an RV.

RV travel is as popular today as it was in 1910 when the first mass-produced RVs were built.

?For a century, Americans have enjoyed exploring what?s over the next hill and around the bend,? says Richard Coon, president of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. ?That pioneering spirit is still alive and well today.?

Source: RVIA