BOYLSTON – In August of 2023, Fuller RV will start its 40th season of recreational living. Owners Bobby and Sheri Fuller are well-seasoned in the RV world.
“We purchased the business in August of 1984, after managing it for six months,“ said Sheri Fuller. “We’ve gone through recessions, gas crises, and of course the pandemic. Other RV shops are starting to close their doors. We aim to be here for a good long time,”
Each season brings changing trends, and this year, Fuller is seeing an increase in RV sales over rentals.
“The trend has switched from rentals to sales, more than in previous years,” said Fuller. “People are selling their homes to fulfill their dream of traveling the country full-time, and having an RV means they can bring their home with them.”
On the rental end, Fuller has seen customers use RVs for numerous purposes.
“We have a customer who does not like to fly, so he rents an RV from us when he needs to travel, and we provide a great alternative for temporary housing. One customer rented for several months while his home was being repaired after frozen pipes burst. Still another customer kept one of our RVs on site while waiting for the final certificate of occupancy on their new house,” said Fuller. “We often have bands rent our campers while they are touring. And sometimes the electric companies call us for units to house their staff during storms and outages.”
Fuller RV’s services also extend to the medical community. They have three trailers on-site in Fitchburg.
“Our trailers house the EMTs and other staff while the Medflight is being constructed,” said Fuller. “We also work with businesses who want to house employees while they are traveling or during facility construction. It’s a comfortable way for people to work and live temporarily.”
She and husband Bobby open their showroom in Boylston to customers seven days a week.
“This is unusual for an RV company,” said Fuller. “But we want to be here for our customers. They’re like family to us.”
Fuller RV has strong roots in the community. Bobby grew up in this area, and he particularly enjoys giving back.
“We like helping the schools and charities in Boylston. We also often place a Touch Truck at events for kids to enjoy, and we help out with Halo’s Wish,” said Fuller. “The Moose Lodge likes to see us participate too, and we help with school fundraisers.”
Fuller RV is located at 150 Shrewsbury Street (Route 140) in Boylston. Stop in or call (508) 869-2905, and check out the fleet of 67 RV’s at usamotorhomerentals.com.
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