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RVing Gaining Popularity for Trips Submitted: 12/27/2012
TOMAHAWK - Over the river and through the woods - in an RV - might be a more popular option for people during the holiday season.
RV sales and interest across the nation have seen a spike recently.

Heritage RV in Tomahawk is the only dealer closer than Sheboygan to sell Class B RV's.

"There is more interest in RV's than there was a couple of years ago. The FMCA, or Family Motor Coach Association, is a very active organization that supports their members," says Roger Schlegel, the owner of Heritage RV in Tomahawk.

Many times, traveling in an RV is a nice alternative to flying.

RV dealers point out that it saves the hassle of airports and saves money by avoiding hotels.

"As it takes a day in the airport to get somewhere, a day in the airport to get back, that's time that could be devoted to travel. More and more, we see people are shying away from the crowds in the airports, and they're deciding to drive instead," Schlegel says.

The dealership sells most of its vehicles to retired couples for road trips.


Story By: Ben Meyer

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