RVers looking for a place to ride out the storm brought by Hurricane Ian are welcome to drive to the Atlanta area RV lifestyle center of the National Indoor RV Centers (NIRVC), the company announced today.
In a message posted on Facebook yesterday, NIRVC Founder, President, and CEO Brett Davis invited RVers in need of a place to escape the storm to come to its lifestyle center at 1350 Hurricane Shoals Rd. NE, Lawrenceville, Ga.
“If you don’t mind it getting a little cramped, it’s mi casa, su casa at our facility in Atlanta,” he said.
He goes on to say, “And, please don’t offend us by trying to pay. This one is on National Indoor RV Centers.”
Affected RVers are urged to contact the lifestyle center at 770-979-4051 to let them know they’re on their way.
About Brett Davis
Within the RV industry, NIRVC distinguishes itself by the fact that Davis actually lives the RV lifestyle. He has been a motorhome owner for nearly 40 years and has been living full-time in his motorhome since 2013.
Davis bought his first coach in 1985 and over the years has traveled to all 48 contiguous states with some, or at times all, of his nine children.
For more information on NIRVC and its services, visit nirvc.com.
About National Indoor RV Centers
National Indoor RV Centers (NIRVC) is a privately held company founded and operated by motorhome enthusiasts who know the lifestyle, live it, and love it! NIRVC’s mission is to simplify RV ownership by offering an array of products and services that give owners the freedom to enjoy the RV lifestyle.
The company and its employees are dedicated to delivering superior customer experience, which covers the most important elements of RV ownership, including sales, service, maintenance, repair, paint and bodywork, storage, and washing and detailing.
NIRVC opened its first location in 2009 outside of Dallas in Lewisville, Texas.
The company has a total of five RV lifestyle centers – with a sixth on the way. The five centers are located in Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Nashville. NIRVC will be opening its sixth center in Prince William County, Virginia, which is just 50 minutes from Washington, D.C., this October.
Featured image from National Indoor RV Centers.