2023 Annual Report

The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle & Camping Association's (PRVCA), a statewide trade association, provides a review of its work in 2023.

The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle & Camping Association's (PRVCA), a statewide trade association, provides a review of its work in 2023.


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<strong>2023</strong> ANNUAL REPORT<br />








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To enhance the recreation vehicle<br />

and camping industry through<br />

education and promotion by<br />

being a resource and partner<br />

to all segments of the recreation<br />

vehicle and camping industry.

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Dear Valued Member:<br />

In <strong>2023</strong>, the industry faced challenges. After record<br />

-breaking sales during the pandemic, RV sales<br />

normalized in <strong>2023</strong> — meaning wholesale shipments<br />

and sales were down in <strong>2023</strong>. While interest in RVing<br />

and camping remains high, consumers are nervous<br />

about purchasing RVs due to high interest rates and high<br />

prices for food and housing. The good news is that<br />

shipments started to increase during the last three<br />

months of the year.<br />

Gas prices remained high last year, which caused<br />

consumers to watch their budgets and stay close to<br />

home. However, they still made time to get away to<br />

nearby campgrounds and state parks. RV rentals were<br />

popular and encouraged consumers to try out RVing.<br />

RV customers are younger and more diverse than in<br />

past years. According to GoRVing research, of the 11.2<br />

million RV households, half are in the 18-34-year-old<br />

age range. This is great news for the industry as new<br />

generations discover RV travel.<br />

The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping<br />

Association (PRVCA) worked to provide the highest<br />

quality education opportunities to our members;<br />

promote and advocate for the industry, and offer<br />

valuable information to members.<br />

America’s Largest RV Show® helps promote the RV<br />

industry. As one of just two manufacturer shows in<br />

the U.S., the show draws people from all over the country<br />

and the world. In <strong>2023</strong>, more than 45,500 people<br />

traveled to Hershey, Pennsylvania to see the latest<br />

RV models, floor plans, technology and accessories.<br />

Thirty-five manufacturers displayed more than 1,500<br />

RVs and brought their representatives and dealers to<br />

answer questions, obtain financing and sell during the<br />

five-day show.<br />

PRVCA provided hourly informational seminars with<br />

professional speakers. The association also hosted the<br />

largest RV giveaway ever thanks to Cortes Campers<br />

and Liberty RV of Gettysburg. The Cortes 16 fiberglass<br />

camper was valued at more than $45,000.<br />

Social media influencer presence exploded this year.<br />

PRVCA provided a place for them to meet their followers<br />

during the show. We expect they will continue to influence<br />

consumer buying decisions for years to come.<br />

Education and training remains a top priority for PRVCA.<br />

Sending staff to training helps dealers provide the best<br />

service to their customers. PRVCA provides training<br />

during the fall and winter seasons and at America’s<br />

Largest RV Show®. Last year, we worked to provide new<br />

training sessions, videos and articles. Stay tuned for<br />

enhanced training offerings in 2024 as we continue to<br />

invest in our members.<br />

On behalf of all the PRVCA board members and staff,<br />

we thank you for your membership, continued support<br />

and investment. We welcome your feedback and<br />

suggestions, and we look forward to serving you and<br />

promoting this great industry.<br />

Sincerely,<br />

Greg Starr<br />

Chairman<br />

Starr’s Trailer Sales<br />

Heather Leach, CAE<br />

Executive Director<br />

Pa. Recreation Vehicle<br />

& Camping Association<br />


To be the information leader<br />

for the recreation vehicle<br />

and camping industry to link<br />

education, legislative compliance<br />

and other aspects for the good<br />

of the consumer and the industry.

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The Pennsylvania Recreation<br />

Vehicle and Camping Association<br />

(PRVCA) is a non-profit<br />

association representing<br />

400 RV dealers, manufacturers,<br />

campgrounds, component part<br />

80<br />

Dealers<br />

Rolling Stock<br />

49<br />

Manufacturers<br />

41<br />

Campgrounds<br />

Resorts<br />

suppliers, financial service<br />

providers, insurance and service<br />

companies. PRVCA’s members<br />

are interested in expanding and<br />

improving the camping industry<br />

in Pennsylvania.<br />

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Dealers<br />

After Market<br />

8<br />

Finance &<br />

Insurance<br />

122<br />

Service<br />

Members<br />

374<br />

Companies were members of the<br />

Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle<br />

& Camping Association in <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

62<br />

Supplier/<br />

Distributors<br />

3 5<br />

Press<br />

Thank you for your membership!<br />

Association<br />


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MEMBER ENGAGEMENT IN <strong>2023</strong><br />

The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle & Camping Association’s (PRVCA) continuous<br />

commitment to membership growth and engagement kept the association connected<br />

to members and helped us reach non-members.<br />

Education remains a top priority for our members. New education and training<br />

programs brought in new members last year. It is an important benefit for<br />

members, who receive training at a free or reduced cost. PRVCA continued to<br />

grow its educational offering in <strong>2023</strong> by working with the RV Technical Institute<br />

(RVTI) and leading OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) to bring educational<br />

opportunities to members.<br />

The association hosted a successful 54th <strong>Annual</strong> America’s Largest RV Show® in<br />

September. Despite economic challenges, the show sold out of space and PRVCA<br />

brought in two new manufacturers and new consumer education to bring<br />

additional excitement to the event.<br />

In order to better serve its members, PRVCA moved to a new database system<br />

and website in <strong>2023</strong>. Staff can email a link for members to conveniently pay their<br />

invoices online.<br />

PRVCA gained 75 new member companies last year. Due to industry consolidation<br />

and difficult economic conditions, membership was down slightly to 374 members.<br />

PRVCA staff continues to promote membership to companies serving the RV and<br />

camping industry and consumers. We encourage all members to promote the<br />

association to others in the industry. A strong, unified association benefits the<br />

entire RV and camping industry.<br />

Photos from top: Members participate in RVTI Level 1 training at the<br />

PRVCA Office in Camp Hill, Pa. Trainer Chris Dougherty teaches the class<br />

pre-delivery inspection points. Education Director James Lubomski talks to<br />

Steve Ranck of Kelly RV during the Keller Marine & RV show.<br />

75<br />

New Members<br />

joined in <strong>2023</strong>

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Advocacy is an important benefit to all Pennsylvania Recreation<br />

Vehicle & Camping Association members. In <strong>2023</strong>, PRVCA staff<br />

and its government relations firm Milliron Goodman closely<br />

monitored any legislation that could impact the<br />

industry.<br />

Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro (D) completed his first year as the Commonwealth’s<br />

48th governor. He had difficulty getting his $45.5 billion budget passed after<br />

Republicans said he reneged on his promise to include school choice vouchers in<br />

the budget. It took five months for the house and the senate to pass the budget<br />

allowing the governor to finally sign it on December 14.<br />

The legislature remained divided in <strong>2023</strong>. The democrats hold a 102-101 advantages<br />

in the House of Representatives, while Republicans hold a 28-22 majority in the<br />

Senate. This division makes it difficult to pass bills on either side.<br />



The democrats retained control<br />

of the House by just one seat,<br />

while republicans hold the Senate<br />

majority by six seats. It will be<br />

another tough year to pass<br />

legislation without bipartisan<br />

support.<br />

PRVCA’s legislative committee spent the year working to refine the RV chapter in<br />

the Board of Vehicles Act. Due to the differences of RVs and automobiles, Act 134 of<br />

2018 created an RV specific chapter in the Board of Vehicles Act. The committee<br />

recommended recreation vehicle definitions and RV event information move from<br />

chapter 3 to chapter 5 with the RV specific law. Other changes include the availability<br />

to purchase warranty parts from suppliers and clarifications regarding labor rates for<br />

warranty service. The proposed legislation will also look at dealers hosting events<br />

outside their territories.<br />

Senator Chris Gebhard (R-Berks, Lancaster, Lebanon) circulated a memo explaining<br />

the language changes and asking for support for a bill. We hope to have more<br />

information on this proposed legislation this year.<br />

A Lemon Law (HB 853), introduced in April by Representative Liz Handbidge<br />

(D-Montgomery), would include recreation vehicles under the Automobile Lemon<br />

Law. The legislation would require manufacturers to replace an RV with repeated<br />

problems occurring within one year or 12,000 miles of purchase. Milliron Goodman<br />

relayed our opposition to the legislation. The bill did not progress in <strong>2023</strong>, but<br />

PRVCA will continue to monitor it this year.

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PRV PAC<br />

The Pennsylvania RV Political<br />

Action Committee Fund (PRV<br />

PAC) allows people working in the<br />

RV industry to support candidates<br />

for office who understand the<br />

industry’s views.<br />

It’s important to engage in the political process and<br />

make our voices heard. While there is a strong interest<br />

in camping and RVing, the industry still faces challenges<br />

with labor, supplies, potential lemon laws, tourism<br />

and transportation funding and regulatory issues.<br />

The PRV PAC fund helps the industry be proactive<br />

and supports lawmakers who understand the industry’s<br />

views and unique business challenges.<br />

To raise money for the PAC, PRVCA holds an annual<br />

campaign in January urging its members to donate<br />

to the fund. It also, hosts a silent auction during<br />

America’s Largest RV Show® in September. In<br />

addition, proceeds from the t-shirts sold at the show<br />

go to the PAC fund.<br />

PRVCA members stepped up to help with the Silent<br />

Auction and raised $9,418, while t-shirt sales raised<br />

$1, 740. Please support the PAC fund in 2024.

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PRVCA’s Communications team keeps members well informed<br />

about the industry, legislative and regulatory issues, education<br />

and events.<br />

In <strong>2023</strong>, the association updated members through its newsletters and<br />

bulletins with breaking news. PRVCA also alerted members to new<br />

education and training opportunities with flyers sent via email.<br />

Newsletters<br />

PRVCA disseminates association, industry, legislative, regulatory and training<br />

information through its monthly newsletter, RV & Camping ADVANTAGE, bulletins<br />

and press releases. A Legislative newsletter is sent via email with important<br />

legislation, bill status and election news. The association reaches consumers<br />

through DiscovRV, which is emailed quarterly. It provides tips on RVing and<br />

camping, Pennsylvania attractions, recipes, games and highlights a few members<br />

in every issue.<br />

Magazine<br />

EXPLORE Pennsylvania is the association’s yearly<br />

consumer magazine and membership directory.<br />

The <strong>2023</strong> issue featured articles on RVing on a budget,<br />

Essential RV maintenance, America’s Largest RV Show®<br />

and RV travel in Pennsylvania. It also provides a listing of<br />

every PRVCA member and serves as a guide for products<br />

and services.<br />

Consumers can pick up the free publication at<br />

Pennsylvania Turnpike Welcome Centers, businesses,<br />

museums, RV shows and other attractions. All<br />

PRVCA members can request copies and are<br />

encouraged to display it and distribute it to<br />

their customers.

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Marketing<br />

PRVCA continues to promote camping and RVing through press releases,<br />

the website and social media. Social media posts encourage consumers<br />

to visit their local RV dealer to buy a new RV and other products and<br />

accessories, and to have maintenance completed for the upcoming season.<br />

The association runs 10 year-round billboards the promote the industry<br />

throughout the year. In addition, America’s Largest RV Show® advertising<br />

included billboards, TV, radio and digital advertising.<br />

Website<br />

PRVCA’s website at prvca.org offers the latest industry news, legislative<br />

and regulatory information, and education and training courses.<br />

PRVCA hosts the largestRVshow.com website to provide information<br />

to manufacturers, booth vendors and consumers who plan to attend<br />

the show in September.<br />

Social Media<br />

PRVCA’s social media accounts include Facebook, Instagram, Threads, X<br />

(formerly known as Twitter) and YouTube. The association promotes the<br />

industry, its members and America’s Largest RV Show®.<br />

At America’s Largest RV Show®, PRVCA highlighted its top sponsors during<br />

Facebook Live promos during the show. The staff also promoted a camper<br />

giveaway and hosted a scavenger hunt through the show app to encourage<br />

consumers to show exhibits. The Communications team works to build on those<br />

digital promotions every year.<br />

25,100+ 5,359 2,400 251 283<br />

Fans Followers Followers Followers Subscribers<br />

Promotion<br />

PRVCA Executive Director Heather<br />

Leach answers questions about<br />

America’s Largest RV Show® from<br />

reporter Gabriel Thomas during an<br />

early morning live segment on<br />

WGAL-TV, the local NBC affiliate.

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Matt Stevens, Truma trainer, explains Truma’s<br />

AquaGo water systems during a training session<br />

at America’s Largest RV Show® in Hershey.<br />

Education is an important part of the Pennsylvania Recreation<br />

Vehicle & Camping Association (PRVCA) mission. The board and staff<br />

developed a strategic plan to increase educational programming as a<br />

vital service to members. PRVCA members can attend the association’s<br />

training for free or at a reduced cost.<br />

PRVCA made great progress on its strategic goals in <strong>2023</strong>. The association continued its efforts<br />

to provide valuable education and training programming and bring awareness to careers in the RV<br />

industry. A partnership with the RV Technical Institute (RVTI) provided opportunities for dealers<br />

to have their technicians trained locally and obtain RVTI certification. Thirty-two technicians<br />

participated in the Level 1 training in <strong>2023</strong>. A total of 457 technicians participated in training<br />

sponsored by PRVCA.<br />

PRVCA offered the following training sessions:<br />

• Leadership<br />

• Coleman Mach<br />

• Electrical - Troubleshooting and Upgrades<br />

• Lippert (2 courses)<br />

• RV Solar<br />

• RVTI Level 1 (4 courses)<br />

• Suburban<br />

Education Days at Amercia’s Largest RV Show®<br />

PRVCA offered the following training sessions:<br />

• Battle Born Batteries<br />

• Coleman Mach<br />

• Cummins Engines and Generators<br />

• Dexter Axle<br />

• Lippert Slide Out<br />

• Lippert Leveling<br />

• Lithium and Solar Upgrades<br />

• Micro-Air Soft Start<br />

• MORryde International<br />

• RV Electricity<br />

• Sealtech Leak Protection<br />

• Truma<br />

• Xantrex

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491<br />

Total People<br />

Trained<br />

4th <strong>Annual</strong> Leadership Conference<br />

PRVCA contracted with the Pennsylvania College of Technology to present a<br />

five-part Leadership series over the next five years. The association hosted the<br />

first in the series at the 4th <strong>Annual</strong> Leadership Conference, January 24-25 at<br />

the Eden Resort and Suites in Lancaster, Pa. PRVCA members learned about<br />

Supervisory Fundamentals in the first part of the series presented during the<br />

two-day conference. This high value training was free for all PRVCA members<br />

to attend. All attendees received a workbook to take home and review the<br />

program. The second training in the series, Performance Management, is set<br />

for February 20-21 at the Eden Resort and Suites.<br />

Educating Students & Consumers<br />

To recruit high school students into RV careers, PRVCA partners<br />

with Pennsylvania Career and Technical Centers. In September, a group<br />

of students from Shippensburg High School attended America’s Largest RV<br />

Show® during the Industry Show Preview Day to learn more about careers in<br />

the RV industry. They toured RVs, learned about engines and chassis, sat<br />

in on a training session and talked to RV professionals about their<br />

jobs.<br />

In addition, PRVCA had a booth to showcase its work and offer education<br />

information. The booth also hosted Fireside Chats where seminar speakers<br />

were on hand to answer questions.<br />

Leadership Conference Speaker Jim Hoy, Penn<br />

College of Technology, discusses supervisory roles<br />

during the Leadership Conference in January.<br />

Shippensburg High School students and their<br />

teacher check out the Spartan chassis display<br />

at America’s Largest RV Show® in September.<br />

America’s Largest RV Show ® Education<br />

PRVCA offered hourly educational seminars to the public during America’s<br />

Largest RV Show®, September 13-17, in Hershey, Pa. Seminar topics included<br />

How to buy an RV, Dry Camping, Electricity Basics, Solar Energy, Sewage<br />

Essentials, Full-time RVing, Travel Destinations, Safety, TPMS, appliances,<br />

generators, workamping and more.<br />

330 127 34<br />

Technicians Trained<br />

at the Show<br />

Techs Trained During<br />

Regular Training<br />

Staff Trained During<br />

Regular Training<br />

Trainer Chris Dougherty, Dougherty Consulting,<br />

teaches the Sewage Essentials course to attendees<br />

at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey.

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45,535<br />

People attend<br />

America’s Largest<br />

RV Show®<br />

in <strong>2023</strong><br />

PRVCA Hosts Successful <strong>2023</strong><br />

America's Largest RV Show ®<br />

PRVCA hosted its 54th <strong>Annual</strong> Show, September 13-17, at the Giant<br />

Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. More than 45,500 people attended<br />

the show to search for RVs, accessories, products and services and<br />

participate in the educational seminars.<br />

Attendance was down slightly from the 2022 show, due to heavy rainfall on the final<br />

day. Thirty-five manufacturers exhibited more than 1,500 RVs during the five-day public<br />

event. In addition, 179 booth vendors offered products and services to consumers.<br />

Manufacturers reported good sales, although high interest rates and a tough economy<br />

made it harder to close sales.<br />

PRVCA hosted seminars to help consumers learn about buying an RV, maintenance, safety,<br />

where to travel and retirement options. Husband and wife duo David “Hutch” Hutchison<br />

and Shari Galiardi, Freedom in a Can, shared their more than 10 years of full-time<br />

RVing experience in two seminars – RVing to Alaska: Tips and Tales from the Road and<br />

RV Solar 101. Dave Helgeson presented a session on dry camping and Chris Dougherty<br />

covered Buying an RV and Sewage Essentials.<br />

Largest Giveaway Ever and Prizes Attract Attention<br />

Liberty RV of Gettysburg and new manufacturer Cortes Camper sponsored the largest<br />

giveaway ever. They gave away a 2024 Cortes 16 fiberglass camper worth more than<br />

$45,000. Jennifer Schiavone-Blake, a paramedic from Havre de Grace, Maryland, won<br />

the drawing.<br />

The show also hosted its second scavenger hunt. Prize sponsors included Battle Born<br />

Batteries, Dometic and Escapees RV Club. The hunt requires participants to use the<br />

America’s Largest RV Show® app to scan QR codes located at the platinum sponsor<br />

displays. All participants, who finished the hunt, received a chocolate bar and entry into<br />

the prize drawings.<br />

Proceeds from America’s Largest RV Show® help provide association services, including<br />

free or low-cost training to the industry. The <strong>2023</strong> show is scheduled for September 11-<br />

15, 2024 at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa. Thank you to all of our <strong>2023</strong> show sponsors.

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RV Shipments Finish the Year Down<br />

The RV Industry Association reported 313,174 RV wholesale shipments for<br />

<strong>2023</strong>, which is down 36.5% compared to 2022.<br />

There was good news for the last two months of the year as shipments<br />

showed an increase from the same months in the previous year.<br />

According to RVIA, the industry should see an increase in shipments and<br />

retail sales in 2024.<br />

313,174<br />

Wholesale<br />

Shipments<br />

in <strong>2023</strong><br />

<strong>Annual</strong> Meeting and Awards<br />

The association hosted its annual meeting via Zoom on November 15 and<br />

recorded it for members who weren’t able to join the meeting. Executive<br />

Director Heather Leach and Chairman Greg Starr provided the yearly recap,<br />

while Andy Goodman and Kerry Lange, Milliron Goodman, provided a<br />

legislative and regulatory update.<br />

The election results were announced with two new board members elected<br />

to serve on the PRVCA board. William Miller, Bill’s Happy Camper RV Sales<br />

and Service, and Todd Blevins, U.S. Bank, are the newest additions to the<br />

board of directors.<br />

PRVCA honors its members for extraordinary volunteer service and education<br />

support. This year, Brad Rhone was honored as the Rebecca Lenington<br />

Volunteer of the Year for his work as the Legislative Committee Chairman<br />

and for his service on the board of directors. He helped reactivate the<br />

legislative committee; made policy awareness a priority, and worked<br />

diligently on legislation to benefit all dealer members. The Rebecca Lenington<br />

Volunteer of the Year Award is named in honor of the retired executive vice<br />

president who recognized the importance of member volunteers to help<br />

the association achieve its goals.<br />

RV Value Mart is the winner of the 2022-23 Gary Bunzer Education Award<br />

for the second year in a row. The dealership had the most staff members<br />

attend association education and training programs throughout the year.<br />

Brandon Eckert, RV Value Mart service and parts manager, accepted the<br />

award on behalf of his company. The award is named to honor industry<br />

consultant, speaker and trainer Gary Bunzer, who passed away in 2020. He<br />

tirelessly advocated for well-trained dealer staff and consumers.<br />

PRVCA Executive Director Heather Leach<br />

presents the Rebecca Lenington Volunteer of<br />

the Year Award to Brad Rhone, Rhone’s RV.<br />

PRVCA’s Megan McClain<br />

presents the Gary Bunzer<br />

Education Award to RV<br />

Value Mart. Brandon<br />

Eckert, service and parts<br />

manager, accepted the<br />

award on behalf of the<br />


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Financial Health<br />

Income<br />

82% of the association’s income<br />

is raised from the proceeds of<br />

America’s Largest RV Show®<br />

In 2024, our strong financial health<br />

will allow an increase in the<br />

Education Budget<br />

by 75%<br />

The Association’s financial health remains strong thanks to excellent<br />

financial planning and investments. Profits from the annual RV Show<br />

help PRVCA provide extensive educational opportunities to members.<br />

Marketing and legislative efforts also remain a priority benefit for our<br />

members.<br />

The Association strives to deliver a top notch annual show in September. The <strong>2023</strong> show<br />

had 45,535 attendees. Thanks to the manufacturers, dealers, vendors and attendees, the<br />

<strong>2023</strong> Hershey America’s Largest RV Show generated 84% of PRVCA’s annual income.<br />

Our mission is to provide educational opportunities to members and because of our strong<br />

financial health in <strong>2023</strong>, PRVCA was able to increase its 2024 education budget by 75%.<br />

<strong>2023</strong> OPERATING INCOME <strong>2023</strong> OPERATING EXPENSES<br />

Investments<br />

12%<br />

Dues 3%<br />

Other 1%<br />

Personnel Expenses<br />

29%<br />

Operating Expenses<br />

9%<br />

Membership Expenses<br />

10%<br />

Show Income<br />

(fees for show space, admissions,<br />

seminars, advertising and<br />

sponsorships)<br />

84%<br />

Show Expenses<br />


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Board of Directors<br />

Committees<br />


Chairman<br />

Mike Guerrein, Meyer’s RV<br />


Greg Starr<br />

Starr's Trailer Sales<br />


Nick Boyer<br />

Boyer RV<br />


Brad Rhone<br />

Rhone's RV<br />


Ed Flick<br />

Retired, Fulton Bank<br />

Nick Boyer, Boyer RV<br />

Mark Brockman, Trumark Dealer Services<br />

Bob Cox, General RV Center<br />

Steve Fretz, Fretz Enterprises, Inc.<br />

Brad Rhone, Rhone’s RV<br />

John Roba, JR Products<br />

Greg Starr, Starr’s Trailer Sales<br />

Jason Vaughan, Pa. Campground Owners Assn.<br />


Tim Umstead<br />

Trumark Dealer<br />

Services<br />


Steve Fretz<br />

Fretz RV<br />



Steve Beyeler<br />

Forest River<br />


Todd Blevins<br />

U.S. Bank<br />



Brad Bryant<br />

Bryant's RV Showcase<br />


Chairman<br />

Brad Rhone, Rhone’s RV<br />

Todd Blevins, U.S. Bank<br />

Nick Boyer, Boyer’s RV<br />

Barb Darkes, McKness, Wallace & Nurick<br />

Steve Fretz, Fretz RV<br />

Andrew Goodman, Milliron & Goodman GR<br />

Greg Starr, Starr’s Trailer Sales<br />

Maria Torre, Wide World RV Center<br />



Casey Colton<br />

Colton RV<br />



Ryan Eash<br />

Jayco Motorhome Div.<br />

AT-LARGE<br />


Charles Jablonski<br />

Meyer's RV<br />



Michael T. Keller<br />

Keller Marine & RV<br />



William Miller<br />

Bill’s Happy Camper<br />


Chairman<br />

Brad Rhone, Rhone’s RV<br />

Ed Flick, retired, Fulton Bank<br />


Chairman<br />

Steve Fretz, Fretz Enterprises<br />



Rocky Riley<br />

Great Outdoor<br />

Cottages<br />



Dan Saltzgiver<br />

Liberty RV of<br />

Gettysburg<br />



Hadden Smith<br />

Camper's Inn RV<br />

Philadelphia<br />



Jason Vaughan<br />

Pa. Campground<br />

Owners Association<br />



John Roba<br />

JR Products<br />

Steve Beyeler, Forest River<br />

Lori Morrow, Keller Marine & RV<br />

Dan Saltzgiver, Liberty RV of Gettysburg<br />

Hadden Smith, Campers Inn RV, Philadelphia<br />

Tim Umstead, Trumark Dealer Services

Staff<br />

Thank you for your membership.<br />

Please call us if we can assist you.<br />


Heather Leach, CAE<br />

heather@prvca.org<br />


Daniel Jusko<br />

daniel@prvca.org<br />


Elizabeth Peroni<br />

elizabeth@prvca.org<br />


James Lubomski<br />

james@prvca.org<br />


Carolyn Riley<br />

carolyn@prvca.org<br />



Megan McClain<br />

megan@prvca.org<br />


Teresa Severance<br />

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