Recent studies show Millennials don’t plan to put down roots for a while, the Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., reported.

They aren’t buying homes as much as members of previous generations and often plan to leave jobs quicker, searching for the next opportunity within two to five years.

So travel trailer company Airstream had a thought: If Millennials are on the move, why not give them wheels?

At the company’s request, the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio created a camper with a workspace and living area marketed toward 20- and 30-year-olds whose jobs don’t tie them to a specific place, such as documentary filmmakers and graphic designers.

The college is taking a model camper on a road show to recruit new students, parking it last Friday at Pleasure Ridge Park High School.

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