RVDA, The National RV Dealers Association, is the only national association dedicated to advancing the RV retailer's best interests through education, member services, industry leadership, and market expansion programs that promote the increased sale and use of RVs and that enhance the positive image of the RV experience.

Advertisers can gain access to the nation's most successful dealer principals and decision makers through a variety of cost effective advertising plans.

Digital Advertising  

Promote to RVDA members through web-based advertising
RVDA offers you a variety of online opportunities to get your message to RV industry decision-makers. Use these simple, cost-effective ways to increase your company's brand awareness and drive traffic to your site.

RVDA and the RV Learning Center websites
The RVDA and RV Learning Center websites attract more than 10,000 unique visitors per month. Ads on the RVDA website run on the RV Learning Center at no extra charge. Double the exposure without the cost!

RV Executive Today Online E-newsletter
RVDA's RV Executive Today Online newsletter is emailed to nearly 10,485 subscribers. This free biweekly e-news bulletin focuses on important industry news and association updates.

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RV Executive Today magazine

RV Executive Today captures the attention of the largest RV dealers in the industry.
RV Executive Today is RVDA's members-only flagship magazine. This full-color print publication is published monthly and is read by the top RV retailers across the United States and Canada. Sent out in a printed format to over 1,300 dealerships followed by a digital PDF to over 10,485 member employees.

If you want to reach dealership decision makers who are committed to the future of the RV business, then give us a call or e-mail!  Julie Newhouse, marketing manager, 703-364-5518 jnewhouse@rvda.org

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RV Executive Today Recent Issues

  • June 2024 

    June 2024 - Annual Benchmarking Issue, RVRA Survey Results
  • May 2024 

    May 2024 - RV Transport Trends with Wave Express & Cybersecurity in the Dealership
Electronic Dealer Mailing Lists
Associate members are able to purchase the names of RV dealers. A list can be organized by dealer type: Retail dealers & branches, aftermarket dealers, rental dealers, or by state at a low cost of $.50 per name for a one-time use.. The list will include physical and email addresses for each dealership. RVDA dealer lists are constantly updated, allowing associates to target active RV dealers.  Email jnewhouse@rvda.org for more information.  List Rental Counts can be found here.

RV Retailer Intelligence Program
The RV market can change quickly and the economic outlook is uncertain, so the RV Assistance Corporation (RVAC) a wholly-owned subsidiary of RVDA – The National RV Dealers Association (RVDA), has a special program for associate members interested in RV dealers’ opinions on product development, buying plans, or outlook on the RV business.

Through the RV Retailer Intelligence program, RVAC uses RVDA’s comprehensive dealer contact list to survey and analyze data for Associate members. RVDA retains ownership of dealer/RV retailer lists. Dealer intelligence can include information on:
  • Market conditions
  • Market outlook
  • Purchase intentions
  • New product and services launches
  • Brand awareness, attitudes, and more

Services include: online, phone, fax survey development and analysis custom tailored for associate members and priced on a per-project basis.

Click Here  for more information and send an e-mail to info@rvda.org for more details

We Welcome Editorial Submissions!

RV Executive Today & RV Technician
Contributor Guidelines



A bylined story is one that expresses the knowledge and insights of the author(s). The purpose of such a story is to educate or update readers on industry trends or best practices as they apply to RV retailers and the RV industry.

Contributed bylined articles should be between 800 and 1,200 words in length, unless RV Executive Today approves a different arrangement.

Articles should not be proprietary in nature and should not focus exclusively on a particular company's products.

Proprietary articles rejected by the editor may qualify as advertorials or advertising and are subject to publication based on the RVDA advertising fee schedule. Contact Julie Newhouse at jnewhouse@rvda.org for more information about advertising and advertorials.

The author's company, location, phone number, emails, and website may be included in a brief author’s bio that appears with the article.

Deadlines are firm. While RV Executive Today will make every effort to meet publication dates, space considerations may delay publication.

RV Executive Today follows Associated Press style guidelines. Please request an RVDA style sheet from the editor for RV specific terms and styles.

RV Executive Today will retain the rights to republish articles in print and electronic forms.

RV Executive Today may edit stories for content and/or length. The editor may label articles that advocate a certain position as “opinion” or “food for thought.”


Before submitting finished articles, the editor recommends that authors submit a short abstract on the subject and scope of the proposed article. Email abstracts and story ideas to esisk@rvda.org.

Please spell check and proofread articles prior to submission and refrain from using “passive voice” sentences.