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A good sign?

Unread postby mikhen on Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:48 pm

I've noticed that most of the CG's in this area have next year's activity schedule already posted on their website. The last few years they didn't post them til almost opening day. Could they be anticipating a busy season?
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Re: A good sign?

Unread postby PrivatePilot on Fri Nov 28, 2008 7:43 pm

If the cost of fuel stays down and people still have jobs to pay for it, I think it'll be busy - camping will help everyone clear their mind from the economy blues.

But, I don't think you're going to see many new RV'ers next year. People that don't already have one are very unlikely to make such a large purchase in the economy of today, and (probably) next summer.
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Re: A good sign?

Unread postby skipnchar on Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:30 pm

Problem is that is fuel stays down and people start driving more again nothing will bring fuel costs back up again any faster. It's really a kind of "Catch 22" situation.
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Re: A good sign?

Unread postby Little Kopit on Sat Nov 29, 2008 6:27 pm

Right now is the best time to get commodities off the Traders Markets.

That's the problem about 1000 times more than supply and demand.

Now, when there are folks who recognize that business has to bow to the law, too. Leave business above the law and you have greedy businesses running the world rather than law abiding citizens, who happen to be in business. This is the interpretation of some who parade their mantra of 'free trade', free trade, free trade, free trade like a broken record.

Those who run businesses are no more than average folk, same as the rest of us.

Now, is the time for sensible regulation to be sorted out.

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