Lorain, OH — Gas prices are staying around $4 per gallon and recreational vehicle (RV) rentals have increased for one privately-owned and operated business in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Despite fuel costs, Neff Brothers RV, Inc. (NBRV) is standing out and standing tall in the vacation industry. Averaging more than 300 rentals a year, NBRV is in the business of making family vacations special and memorable.
Neff Brothers RV is located in Lorain, Ohio, about 40 miles West of Cleveland. The family-owned and operated RV rental business has more than 25 units for rent, from Aliner pop-ups and hybrid trailers, to hard-top trailers, Class “C” and Class “A” motor homes and luxury diesel pushers. Neff Brothers RV is one of the largest privately-owned rental companies in the Midwest.
“When gas prices increase, so do airline tickets,” explains Co-Owner and President Bill Neff. “It’s cheaper for a family with more than four people to rent an RV for travel alone than it is to fly them round-trip to just about anywhere.”
A family of four would pay a minimum of $2000 for round-trip airfare to Orlando, Florida from Cleveland, Ohio (according to Continental airfare rates for May 2011). The same family could rent an RV for approximately $1900 to make the exact same trip.
Neff Brothers RV, Inc. is located at the Baumhart Road exit and Route 2 and is easily accessible from the Ohio Turnpike. “Rent-a-Venture” for the next vacation, corporate or athletic event which is planned. For more information, visit www.neffbrosrv.com or call 440-282-5600. All questions or concerns about renting can be answered with a single click or call.