The concept behind National Indoor RV Centers (NIRVC) was born, to a large degree, out of frustration.
“My wife and I bought our first coach in 1985 and we have been avid RVers ever since,” related Brett Davis, CEO of the Lewisville, Texas-based company that is poised to unveil its second location in Atlanta during a three-day grand opening this week. “We used to keep the motorhome in a hangar at the airport, but they came out with a ban against motorhomes. We were in a bind – it was just too expensive to keep it outside.
“I realized that we weren’t the only motorhome owners facing this problem, so I came up with the idea for a business that was a one-stop shop offering service, repairs, maintenance, collision, exterior washing – the entire package.
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