PASCO, Wash-- One Tri-Cities RV sales company says they're seeing more people buying RV's as temporary homes.
Russ Dean family RV had a show at TRAC in Pasco. They say spring is their biggest selling season, but since the economy dropped their sales were lower for a while, but now they say new jobs at Hanford and banks opening up credit lines are giving them a boost.
They explain some new hires at Hanford are opting to buy RV's because they can't find apartments.
"We've seen some of that especially in the last month or so we are getting probably four or five people a weekend that are in that situation," said Guy Blevins, Russ Dean RV Sales Manager.
Blevins says in tough economic times Russ Dean RV relies on their reputation and experience from being in the area for 30 years.