NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Travel at airports is increasing as the pandemic slows. On Monday, TSA screened more than 1.6 million people at airport checkpoints.
However, some still feel more comfortable traveling by road, and it seems an increasing number are choosing to travel by RV.
RV sales and shipments are surging.
New data shows more RVs made their way to dealerships across North America in March than in any prior single month.
Unlike other aspects of the travel and tourism industry, Michael Spencer, sales manager at Bankston Motor Homes Nashville says the market for RVs has thrived amid COVID-19.
“There’s certinaly been an increase in RV sales,” he said Thursday.
A new report by Outdoorsy shows dealers in the Nashville Metro generate around $111.2 million in annual…