- RVshare has raised over $100 million from KKR and previous investor Tritium Partners as the RV rental platform sees continuous bookings growth into the fall.
- RV rental companies and makers have stayed resilient throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
- According to RVshare’s news release, this investment will allow the peer-to-peer rental platform to tap into KRR’s “network” and “resources,” and grow the company as the industry continues to boom.
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RV rental platform RVshare has raised over $100 million from KKR and previous investor Tritium Partners, according to a news release from RVshare.
This investment comes at a time in which RV rental companies and makers have stayed resilient amid the coronavirus pandemic that has otherwise tanked the travel industry.
RVshare is just one example of this general massive…