I would really rather not have the Airstream towed since I have pretty much moved in at this point. I am only showering and cooking in my parent's house until I have the facilities hooked up in the trailer. They could tow me along with it, but I doubt they'd want me living at the dealership.
I use it as a live-work space since returning to the USA after living in Costa Rica for the past year. My job requires quiet and my parent's house is overrun with weiner dogs that bark constantly. I certainly don't want to live inside their home for any length of time. Not only that, but having the Airstream towed to a dealership almost guarantees that dealer the work, since I would then have to tow it somewhere else if I don't like their offer.
Moving the trailer would be a last option for me, and only one that I would consider if I already had a full proposal from an electrician, which includes the estimate and a time-line for completion of work.
As for the contact info: Thanks! I will give him a call. If you think of anything else that can help me, I'd love to hear it.
And to answer Sid: I'm really not sure yet. I know it needs a plug, but I suspect it may need other work since it was dormant for so long, and I believe all of the wiring to be original and probably repaired with, you know, splicing and duct tape. I don't want to take any chances with the electrical work.
Thank you both.