If you’re smart, you can fund for your next upgrade or brand new RV, without taxing the family budget. How is this possible?
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RV Rentals Delivered: Why every RV rental company owner should read this…
The RV Rental industry is tiny compared to the overall vacation travel and lodging market, approximately $350 million according to the RVIA. Compare that to the overall travel lodging market of $457 billion! How many have never been camping?
Burning Man-RV Rental Strategy: 5 Simple Steps
On RVPlusYou, the average owner gets about $135.00 per night for a delivered RV rental. If you rented yours just 7 days a month, 11 months out of the year, you would earn over $10,000 and this doesn’t include delivery and cleaning fees. Do I have your attention?
America, land of the free… Are we really free?
A new ‘Shared Economy’ is evolving and it may very well hold the answer to how we all truly regain our financial freedom.
Do you know Peer to Peer? Time for an introduction.
The ‘Peer to Peer’ marketing concept encourages customers to market to each other. Instead of the norm, or established ‘top down corporate approach’ of company selling to consumer, peer to peer sidesteps production, advertising, and distribution and gets straight to the point. I have an RV, you want to camp, let’s do a deal.
5 good reasons why your family should buy an RV
5 good reasons why more and more smart buyers are employing this vacation rental strategy for their family…
The responsible and professional RV rental
The biggest difference between renting an RV from a private party, and renting from one of the big 3 RV rental companies (besides price) has to be the amenities that come with the RV. You know, those little things like salt and pepper, a trash can, a decent knife that will actually cut through a tomato!
Military RV Campgrounds
This can be an amazing opportunity for those who have served our great country, one that you should take advantage of if at all possible.
Share your stuff
So, my wife and I decided to share our stuff. More precisely, our camping stuff and our RV. We rented it to a stranger who is now a friend. It was a strange road we traveled to this point where we began sharing our stuff, but as I look back on the journey I’m really gladContinue reading “Share your stuff”