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Help A Graduate Student By Taking An RV Survey

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Greetings,


I am a graduate student at Temple University writing on behalf of a Fox Business School group of MBA students to request your help with an RV industry related class project.


We would like to conduct a survey of RV enthusiasts, including current and potential RV owners, and RV renters, to ask about general preferences and their interest in a new RV rental concept. With the study having such a targeted audience, I am reaching out to your group to ask for your participation.




The survey should only take 5 to 10 minutes and all information will be completely confidential and anonymous.



Thank you in advance for your participation.




Sincerely,


Stavros Hadjitheocharous

Professional MBA Candidate


Fox Management Consulting





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I have tried to participate to your survey but I am unable to complete it because I don't have a Zip Code, I have a postal code (I live in Canada).

Roch

Kingston, Canada

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Just a heads up FMCA members,. Unless your interested in renting your motorhome, this is sort of a waste of time. Thats my humble opinion of course.

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Jim,

Perhaps you are right. But, if only those interested in renting out their rigs and/or renting an RV from someone else answer, they will get a very skewed and erroneous results.

I took it and answered from our prospective.

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I did it, only issue was purchase price was too high on survey....it should of been $0.00 to $10,000.00 and then go up :D

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Jim,

Perhaps you are right. But, if only those interested in renting out their rigs and/or renting an RV from someone else answer, they will get a very skewed and erroneous results.

I took it and answered from our prospective.

Thank you for your feedback. Finding out if people are not interested in renting out or renting an RV is still valuable, otherwise, we would get a very rosy picture that all RV enthusiasts are interested. Why are the results skewed? This is a learning process for me too. Thank you again.

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