Meet the Owner Series: The Kroger Kidd Family

Last updated on June 23rd, 2021 at 12:31 pm. Originally published on August 11th, 2020

At RVshare, our goal is to make RV travel a reality for everyone. Through transactional rental, we empower owners to become entrepreneurs, and renters to find adventure on the open road. Building a connection between RV owners and renters goes beyond a simple service – it is the foundation for memories made that will last a lifetime.

Today our spotlight is Quinton and Robyn from Minnesota!

Small light grey teardrop-shaped RV with black horizontal stripe down the center. In front of RV is a wooden picnic table under an umbrella.

Why did you decide to rent out your RV?

We bought a new trailer but loved the prior one so much that we wanted to keep it. Renting it out allowed us to share camping experiences with others

How many RVs do you rent out today?

Small grey teardrop shaped RV with black horizontal stripe in the center. RV is parked in grass lot with brick walkway.

https://rvshare.com/rvs/details/1192380

Small white and red towable RV.

https://rvshare.com/rvs/details/1191517

Airstream aluminum RV towed by a red pick up truck drives along mountain landscape.

https://rvshare.com/rvs/details/1133787

Small grey and read tear dropped shaped RV.

https://rvshare.com/rvs/details/1007998 

What is your favorite RV and why?

That’s hard to answer. Our travel trailers range from 15 1/2 feet long to 30 feet long. Each of them fits a different camping niche for us. We try to camp in each of the 5 rentals at least once a season.

Small light grey teardrop-shaped RV with black horizontal stripe down the center. In front of RV is a wooden picnic table under an umbrella.

Why did you choose to use RVshare?

This is our 4th camping season renting out travel trailers. We originally chose RVshare because they were the market leader in P2P (peer to peer) RV rentals.

What advice would you give to new RV owners?

You aren’t renting an RV. You are enabling an experience. Identify the experience your customer wants and sell your camper will enable it. Be personable. Focus on helping your customer have the experience they desire.

Small white teardrop-shaped RV with red accents. In the foreground a tent with covering.

What has been your favorite RV trip and why?

Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons has to be the best mega trip and of course trips to see family. The state parks in Minnesota are great and they are so often close to this wonderful small towns, such a Flandrau State Park in New Ulm which has a great Oktoberfest.

Large black dog sticks its head out the opening of the screen door of an RV.

Thanks for sharing, Quintin and Robyn!

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