Popular RV and boat maker Winnebago Industries has reported a $4.37 billion backlog as consumers continue to demand recreational outdoor vehicles, the company said in its 2022 second-quarter earnings report on March 23.
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The mobile home comes equipped with every basic amenity you’d need to survive while the cinematographer umms and errs about lighting. Furniture you can easily fit through the door, modest living space, no-frills kitchen and bathroom, a bed stowed away to catch some much-needed Zs, electric fireplace, as well as a patio set for outdoor sessions.
Shipments of towable units rose 22% in June to 45,689 units compared to last year, and motorhome sales finished the month at 5,017 units, an increase of 66% compared to last year. 300,267 RVs that were shipped from factories in the first half of the year also breaks the previous first half record of 272,840 that was set in 2018.