RVillage founder, Curtis Coleman speaks with The New York Times about RVers sheltering in place
RVillage is glad to be on the frontline, advocating for full time RVers and people who need a safe place to land during these crazy times.
From the article:
"Some R.V. advocates have been lobbying to get these parks recognized as essential services. “Local governments don’t understand, only a very small percentage of R.V.s are equipped for off-the-grid living,” said Curtis Coleman, chief executive of RVillage, an online community with about 216,000 members. “They think campgrounds are gathering places and are not thinking they provide an essential service for the full-time R.V.ers who are now displaced."
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