The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has contacted the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) regarding a request to purchase travel trailers for disaster relief in North Carolina due to Hurricane Florence.
According to FEMA, travel trailers sold to the agency should “be new, never used, nor have been lent or rented.” A variety of trailers will be purchased with sleep capacity ranging from three to eight people.
As many as 400 trailers could be purchased from this solicitation. FEMA noted that the procurement is “small business set-aside” for local firms in the state of North Carolina.
A link to the FEMA request, including travel trailer requirements and other information is here.