(March 17, 2010) -- While many people keep searching for a job or went back to school to get trained, one former RV office manager decided to just create her own job.
(March 17, 2010) -- Drew Industries Incorporated reports that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Lippert Components, Inc., completed the previously announced acquisition of certain intellectual property and other assets from Michigan-based Schwintek, Inc.
(March 17, 2010) -- As RV dealers in British Columbia prepare for a show this week, reports from other parts of Canada indicate attendance at RV shows is up by more than 50 percent and sales are brisk.
(March 17, 2010) -- Solar Power, Inc. has been awarded a contract by Temescal Canyon RV, LLC to design and build an elevated recreational vehicle parking structure that will incorporate a 1.75-megawatt, DC solar system.
(March 17, 2010) -- The Bighorn line has grown to be one of the industry’s top-selling fifth wheels, according to the latest data from Statistical Surveys Inc. The brand finished 2009 as the industry’s No. 3 best-selling fifth wheel, boasting a 9.8 percent market share gain.
(March 17, 2010) -- For the fifth consecutive year, Statistical Surveys recognized FreedomRoads/Camping World RV as the No. 1 seller of towable RVs. The company also said it increased market share over its No. 1 ranking in 2008..
(March 17, 2010) -- February producer prices came in weaker than expected dropping 0.6 percent in the month. The statement issued by the Fed at the conclusion of Tuesday’s policy-setting FOMC meeting suggested a very modest upgrade to its characterization of economic growth; however, this did not alter the assessment that inflation “is likely to be subdued for some time.”
(March 17, 2010) -- The Torklift dealer certification program was launched in July of 2009, and has since certified more than 100 dealers nationwide. Benefits include everything from preferential dealer locator listings to extra buying discounts at industry trade shows.
In support of National Park Week, the National Parks Promotion Council is offering to assist organizations, states, gateway communities and businesses in gaining attention for the special offers they plan between April 17 and 25. There is no charge for the promotion.
(March 16, 2010) -- The plaintiff is Lyndon Wright, who moved into his free FEMA-supplied emergency home in March 2006 and immediately began complaining of coughing, sneezing and red eyes, according to court documents filed in January 2010. He moved out of his trailer two years and five months later.