Dealer donated trailers for use in 9/11 ceremony

When trouble strikes, the RV community is usually quick to respond. This has been demonstrated countless times in the past, most often with dealers donating their vehicles to a family or organization in need.

Outdoor Express RV and owner Scott Subasic were recently recognized for their contributions to the Flight 93 National Memorial ceremony that was held last month in honor of the 9/11 attacks. The organization found themselves without anywhere for visiting dignitaries to use as "green rooms" on the day before the event, with bad weather on the horizon. Outdoor Express stepped up and donated 4 trailers for use at the event free of charge, reports RVBusiness.com

The vehicles were later used by visitors such as Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, who spoke at the event.

"We are very thankful to Scott and Outdoor Express for reacting so quickly and working with the National Park Foundation to provide these units for the 9/11 ceremonies in Shanksville," said James Ashurst, vice president of public relations and advertising for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. "Given the nasty weather leading up to the event, the staff at the National Park Foundation appreciated having the RVs on site to provide a dry, comfortable areas for the guest speakers and entertainers."