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RV Armor to present at NRVIA conference

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(May 25, 2017) -- "Lee will be able to share his company’s research and findings of the common problems with RV roofs, explain why customers are interested in using their product and offer an opportunity for our members to become install technicians," said Henson. Read More »

RV shipments up 5.6% over April 2016

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(May 25, 2017) -- Monthly shipments totaled 42,295 -- an increase of 5.6 percent compared to last April. Year-to-date wholesale RV shipments have reached 163,161 units, up 10.1 percent when compared to totals through last April 2016. Read More »

White House strips CFPB funding from budget bill

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(May 25, 2017) -- "Restructuring the CFPB to refocus its efforts on enforcing enacted consumer protection laws is a necessary first step to scale back harmful regulatory impositions and prevent future regulatory hurdles that stunt economic growth and ultimately hurt consumers," the White House explained. Read More »

Sika introduces Sikaflex-124 mirror grip adhesive


(May 25, 2017) -- "Since the product has excellent green strength, less material is required when used in mirror installations," said Livermore. "We now offer a single product than can now be used in most mirror applications reducing the need to carry multiple products for mirror installations." Read More »

Winnebago CFO takes on new duties

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(May 25, 2017) -- Winnebago Industries today announced that Chief Financial Officer Bryan Hughes has been appointed by the board of directors to the offices of treasurer and chief accounting officer, effective June 3. He replaces Sarah Nielsen, who will leave the company June 2. Read More »

RV Business: Travel Lite plans bold expansion

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(May 25, 2017) -- “We’re just running out of room. We’re literally bursting at the seams in this building. Demand won’t slow down and we’ve been able to barely keep up with as many units as we’re doing right now,” Johns told RV Business. Read More »

Camping World acquires Reines RV

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(May 25, 2017) -- "This important acquisition reinforces our commitment to further expansion in the state of Virginia and our focus on increased market share with our countrywide expansion," Moody said. It is Camping World's eighth dealership acquisition of 2017. Read More »

Summer camping reservations up for KOA

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(May 25, 2017) -- KOA expects a busy summer with Memorial Day weekend reservations up 7 percent, Father's Day weekend up 10.5 percent, Fourth of July up 12.7 percent and Labor Day weekend up 21.8 percent Read More »

USDA encourages grillers to use meat thermometers

The high-quality, steel-constructed campfire grills all feature a unique 1-inch raised edge that allows a chef to position food over the entire cooking area, right to the edge of the rack, without fear of loosing it to the fire.

(May 5, 2017) -- Recent research by USDA and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that only 34 percent of the public use a food thermometer when cooking hamburgers. If they don’t verify their burger’s internal temperature, pathogens may still be present. Read More »

CA: Still plenty to do in eastern Sierra region

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(May 25, 2017) -- It could be the end of June or beginning of July before road crews clear the snows that have buried State Route 120 through Tioga Pass and the higher elevations of Yosemite National Park, but don’t let that stop you from making a trip to the eastern Sierra. Read More »

RVDA Canada endorses Baseline Processing

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(May 25, 2017) -- "The difference in this new program is that while most processors use interchange differential pricing, our program is unique in that dealers will never incur a hidden fee. Cost-plus pricing provides dealers with significant savings while remaining completely transparent,” said Parks. Read More »