For the first time in more than two years, sales of recreational vehicles (RVs) are slowing down. When the pandemic hit, thousands of consumers wanted to buy an RV, travel, and work remotely. Many RV dealerships had record sales months—and years—and could hardly keep enough inventory in stock to fill the demand. Now the winds are shifting. Due to inflation, high gas prices, rising interest rates, and the threat of a recession, consumers are cutting back on discretionary expenses. At the same time, operational costs are rising for dealerships. Parts and labor, in particular, have spiked substantially. This means that many RV dealers are looking at solutions to help them grow revenue in variable and fixed operations. If sales are slowing down at your dealership, it might be time to implement a few strategies designed to help generate revenue during lean times.