Going back to late 2011 and the jittery nerves that prevailed among many Americans over   2012’s economic prospects, few would have predicted some of the promising signs of fiscal recovery that the U.S. economy – and the RV arena – are experiencing this spring to the extent that some RV builders are cautiously upping their forecasts for the year at hand, according to RVBUSINESS.COM.

RVBusiness Publisher Sherman Goldenberg writes in a story posted online today, “While no one is pretending that the post-recessionary era is over, the general economic picture has clearly taken a turn for the better as big automotive dealer groups up their forecasts and gas prices ease and many RV builders and suppliers wake up to a world that is somewhat brighter than they might have thought a few months ago.”

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