Don’t Worry Folks, the Sky isn’t Falling – that’s just the Unemployment Rate.
So as I was enjoying my morning cup of coffee and reading over today’s major news, I was both surprised and delighted to see there was something positive to read for once.
According to CNN, the unemployment rate in February dropped to its best reading since April, 2009. It has now fallen nearly a full percentage point in the last three months, the most rapid improvement in nearly 28 years.
Twenty-eight years folks!
With all the other trivial ramblings going on in the news – Charlie Sheen’s antics, the craziness going on in the Middle East and the current protests at the Ohio and Wisconsin statehouses -such positive news about the economy should have folks hopeful.
Now that it appears the economy is slowly bouncing back, most folks in the country are probably already starting to think about having a little more fun with their money. With nice weather on the way, many people are probably already thinking about where they want to head for vacation.
But before you start thinking of vacation ideas which are going to cost tons of cash, hear me out first.
Ever consider purchasing a new or used conversion van?
Believe it or not conversion vans are surprisingly affordable. It still boggles my mind when I see someone go out and purchase a brand new, fully loaded truck or SUV. For about the same price, they could’ve bought a brand new 2011 GMC conversion van customized to their liking. The sky truly is the limit when it comes to these great caravans of the road. To top it off, conversion vans can also serve as a great home-away-from home when you’re out on the road with the family.
As the country’s top new and used conversion van dealer, the team at Dave Arbogast Van Depot takes great pride in our selection of new and used conversion vans. Our experienced sales team is ready and willing to go the extra mile to make sure your purchasing experience is both easy and hassle free.
So what are you waiting for? The economy is bouncing and spring is just a stone’s throw away.
It’s time to spoil yourself a little bit.