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New RV unit sales revenue was up sharply during the first five months of this year at mid-size and larger dealerships, according to consultant firm Spader Business Management.
Meanwhile, new RV unit sales revenue was up marginally, only 1.6%, at smaller dealerships, which the Spader firm defines as those with less than $5 million in annual revenue.
At the smaller dealerships, new RV units sales averaged $963,068 during the first five months of the year, compared with $947,921 during the first five months of 2001.
However, new RV unit sales revenue soared 15.9% higher at the largest dealerships, which Spader defines as having more than $10 million in annual sales. The largest dealers averaged $5,595,522 in new RV unit sales revenue during the first five months of this year, compared with $4,826,209 during the first five months of last year.
At mid-size dealerships, which the Spader firm defines as having between $5 million and $10 million in annual sales, new RV units sales revenue was up 12.1% during the first five months of this year to an average of $2,112,075.