These Luxury RV Rentals Will Take You Cross-Country In Style

These Luxury RV Rentals Will Take You Cross-Country In Style
There’s nothing unusual about typical RV rentals. But one fleet of luxury RV rentals aren’t like the others. A Nashville company is helping their renters road trip like a rock star in their fleet of high-end RVs built for the world’s biggest entertainers.
“We can pick you right up at your doorstep and take you wherever you want to go!� says Trent Hemphill, co-founder of Hemphill Brothers, one of the most well-known luxury coach rental companies. Along with his brother Joey, the duo wants ordinary people to road trip like rock stars.
Hemphill Brothers Coach Company
Hemphill Brothers’ extravagant celebrity RVs are designed exclusively for clients like Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Kesha, Beyonce, and even President Bush! Thanks to the pandemic, ordinary people can take the trip of a lifetime with a personal driver too.





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When the Coronavirus pandemic hit businesses hard, the tour bus industry felt it like no other. From buses that transport sports teams to events, national park visitors, band and celebrities on tour, the $15 billion dollar motor coach industry came to a screeching halt in March 2020.
According to the American Bus Association, the industry is on track to lose over $11.1 billion in sales. The 2020 forecast was grim, but the forty-year-old Nashville enterprise quickly made a successful pivot into the world of luxury RV rentals.
“We’re getting a great response from it!â€�, says Joey Hemphill, the brains behind the idea to open their rental fleet to the general public. He’s proud of the way they treat all clients like celebrities and loves the way their buses and services are being repurposed during the pandemic.

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