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Working In The RV Industry

05.01.2008 · Posted in How We RV, Working in the RV Industry

Whether you are looking for a life long career or a job for a few months a year while you take a break from RVing, why not check out your local RV Dealer. In his busy season he can’t find enough people to look after all his customers.

Next time you are out in your RV check out your local RV dealer. Chances are if you are in your RV, so are others and the dealers are busy. Dealers are usually looking for good salespeople and they are always on the look out for handy folks to help keep their customers enjoying their RV’s in the park.  You could be the perfect employee: you come in when they are busy and go away when things slow down. Perfect!

At the RV Store I work at there’s probably 8 or 10 people (out of 80 or so) who reappear every spring and we  are all happy to disappear when Fall arrives. The dealer is happy, he doesn’t have to carry all these folk through the slow season. And you couldn’t be happier, you are off for a good chunk of the year enjoying your RV.

Time to get out of the house for a bit? Want to earn some extra cash to cover the high cost of fuel?  Check it out.

Got a question or a comment? Email me:    mrmotorhome@yahoo.com


One Response to “Working In The RV Industry”

  1. Great suggestion. You don’t have to wait for an ad. RVers who need to work more could work at one RV dealer (or a place like Camping World) during the summer and move to another in the winter. It’s a win-win situation for both RVer and employer, as you say.

    Jaimie Hall-Bruzenak
    author of Support Your RV Lifestyle! An Insider’s Guide to Working on the Road


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