BUTLER CO., Pa. (KDKA) — The coronavirus pandemic has grounded flights and halted recreation, but there’s one industry that’s thriving.
Travel experts said as people try to get out while limiting the space they share with others, the RV business is skyrocketing.
“This is absolutely way more than I have seen in 20-plus years,” said Scott Murray, a salesperson at Butler RV Center & Auto Sales
Murray said he sees more than 100 visitors per week who are looking to get away without getting the coronavirus.
“They want to go on vacations. They have vacations scheduled but they don’t want to stay in hotels because of the COVID issue,” said Murray.
KDKA took a tour to see how comfortable, yet costly, camper life can be.
We first looked at the Cherokee. It looks tiny on the outside but once opened up, there’s enough space for