Pedata RV Center Predicts Class C RVs Will Experience Higher Sales This Summer

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Pedata RV Center predicts higher Class C sales of RVs for summer.

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Pedata RV Center predicts higher Class C sales of RVs for summer. RVs have become an even more popular choice as a vacation option in the past few years as many consumers cut back on vacation costs. This is a typical reaction during times of depression and/or recession. The current demand for smaller RVs in the summertime reflects the seasonal demand in years past, but the recession has increased Class C demand as families look for accommodations for summer vacations.

Gerard Pedata of Pedata RV Center said, “The summer is definitely Class C season. RVs in general are seeing a lot of activity in 2010 compared to 2009, but we’ll see the increase in interest regarding Class C RVs in particular in the coming months.”

Other popular RVs that see increased demand during the summer months and months leading up to summer are fifth wheels. Fifth wheels and Class C RVs both offer the following advantages:

1.    Sleep more people
2.    More affordable

Locals looking to vacation in their surrounding area tend to value the Class C RVs for their ability to decrease costs through travel expense (in comparison to larger RVS and/or flying) as well as the expense of accommodations while on the road. Another aspect of the RV that makes traveling in the summer more affordable is the ability to prepare food; this drastically decreases the cost of eating while on vacation.

Pedata RV Center sells RVs with their full inventory available for viewing online 24 hours a day (Class A, Class C, Class B, Fifth Wheel, etc). They also provide a wide variety of industry specific information to ensure that consumers in the market for an RV are aware of the various options and features available in the industry.

For more information on Pedata RV Center, or current trends in the RV industry contact:

Contact: Gerard Pedata
Company: Pedata RV Center
Phone: 1-888-545-8314 or 520-807-0900


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