Home on the road: Exploring rural America is a commanding business asset

Edgell, David L.; Dalton, Sarah J.
November 1993
Business America;11/29/93, Vol. 114 Issue 24, p18
Trade Publication
Discusses the transportation and accommodations available to a traveler of rural America. Features of the recreation vehicle (RV); RV rental market; RV and camping statistics; Tourism development and inter-related businesses; Rural tourism statistics; Establishment of the Rural Tourism Development Foundation in March, 1993. INSET: Every foreign visitor is an export..


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