Beaudry RV Resort Debuts Storage Facility

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July 6, 2010 by   Comments Off on Beaudry RV Resort Debuts Storage Facility

Beaudry RV Co. has introduced a new storage facility and idea at Beaudry RV Resort in Tucson, Ariz.

The resort offers unoccupied storage inside the resort itself, where RV owners can leave their RVs plugged in and batteries charging for $120 per month. As of now, there are 100 sites available for unoccupied storage, according to a news release.

Off-site storage  is also available and runs $90/month but does not offer plug-in opportunities. The additional $30 for unoccupied storage goes not only toward charging batteries or running A/C systems, it also offers added convenience. While parks are stocking up on park models, which act like mini-homes for Baby Boomers to relax in, Beaudry RV’s system turns the RV into a condo of sorts that owner can visit at any time. Owners are welcome to come out and use the storage at any point for the prevailing day rates. When the owner leaves, the rates return to $4/day.

“We set up this system for owners to store their RVs in the off-season,” says Dennis Shew of Beaudry RV. “It’s a win-win situation for everyone. Unoccupied storage allows us to offer services to our customers year-round and our RV owners can be confident their RVs will be up, running and ready to go whenever they show up.”

Unoccupied storage is only offered during the off-season, which runs from May through Thanksgiving. Owners are welcome to store the RV year-round, however the rates of storage during the peak winter months will reflect daily pricing, currently at $34.95/day.

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