Jason Sprayberry never imagined he would run a full-time business renting his.
“I had a nice job in technology and bought a van so I could go do my own, mountain biking, and fly fishing,” Sprayberry told a local report. “I decided I would put it up for just to see what would happen, and pretty soon the unit was gone all the time. I bought another one for myself so I could have one, and then it was rented all the time.”
Although traditional flight and hotelare bouncing back, Sprayberry is grateful that the demand for his service remains high. Similar is the case for rental company RVshare. The site has over 100,000 available for .
“[COVID] didn’t start the trend – it just accelerated it,” said CEO Jon Gray. “It kind of dramatically pushedinto the mainstream of the conscience, and we have experienced that benefit. We’re seeing stronger growth now than we saw during the first two years of the pandemic.”
RVshare collaborated with a third-party company to surveypatterns. According to results, 70% of millennials stated they would go on a involving a in the following year.
This story originally appeared on KARE 11.