|Re: RV industry bubble - just like housing||Patty O Camper||I enjoyed reading the interview with Randy Potts, the new CEO of "Winnebago". His comments confirmed the feeling I had about the economy and it's impact on the RV Industry.
I also noted he ignored the interviewer' s question about "how president Obama could help the RV industry" the question was stupid. The best thing government can due for the economy in general is to back-off on all the regulations that have strangled the American spirit of self-reliance.
The crash in the economy was the result of government involvement in the housing industry. Insisting that banks loaned money for real estate to people who could never make the payments....all in the name of "equality".
Banks started to fail, the housing market went into a depression and all because too many unqualified mortgage holders failed to make their payments. During this crisis the government continues to print money every week reducing the value of our currency on the world market and fueling inflation in this country.
It is good to see Winnebago isn't in line for any government handouts like too many members of our dependent society seem to be.
Reduce regulations, build the Keystone pipeline and the price of fuel for our RV's will go down....and get the ethanol out of our gasoline....it is reducing gas mileage and destroying our motor vehicles!||9/2/2014 8:56:00 AM
|Re: Roadtrek Is Number 1 In Class B Sales YTD For February 2014||John||i would like to find out how I can get a Manuel showing how to operate everything.Also would like know how i can buy the seat that go behind the passenger seat.It was taken out.||7/29/2014 10:35:00 PM
|Re: RVing with Your Pet||Cory||We travel with 2 senior Goldens and a young one... It is very important that our Fur Babies stay cool, I would have not thought to leave a key with the camp host or a note... We usually don't lock the door when we leave them... And a ramp is very important to have to help get them in and out so the steep stairs don't hurt their hips. ||7/18/2014 12:23:00 PM
|Re: What's The Reason Behind The Shortage of RV Drivers||Theresa||Do you have a phone number.
I can't get no info on the net.
Thank you much.Drive RV'S
Theresa.||6/9/2014 9:14:00 PM
|Re: Getting Your Kicks at Age 66, the RV Life||CHUCK AND LIZ||We were full time RV'er for 7 years while I was still working. My job included travel so the RV was perfect. Retired now (67) but have COPD and require oxygen. Bought a house as a home base. Have the house concentrator and bottle charger in washer/dryer compartment. Have a rented backup portable concentrator in living room. We still love our RVing and getting older may mean moving a little slower, but no reason to stop. Just make sure you got your meds and a way to get refills.||5/25/2014 10:04:00 AM