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New boot camp provides basic training in RV park ownership

(Oct. 23, 2009) -- The event focuses of part classroom instruction and park field work at different types of RV parks. What makes the event unusual is that it tries to show the full range of RV park investment options, from small “monthly” RV parks to larger RV parks with cabins and other amenities.

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Rvparkstore.com, a website serving the RV park industry, announced the dates for its next RV Park Boot Camp, set for April 24 – 25 in St. Louis, Missouri.

This popular event focuses of part classroom instruction and park field work at different types of RV parks. What makes the event unusual is that it tries to show the full range of RV park investment options, from small “monthly” RV parks to larger RV parks with cabins and other amenities, up to large, top-of-the-line RV parks with significant infrastructure and luxury amenities, including clubhouses, lake frontage, miniature golf and more.

The course is taught by Frank Rolfe, who has owned an operated more than $100 million of mobile home and RV parks. He will not only show the many strategies for success, but will also include insider secrets, tricks and shortcuts to make even better buys and more profitable RV parks.

Attendance is limited, and the event is only held twice per year. For more information, call 800.950.1364 or visit www.rvparkstore.com.

SOURCE: RVparkstore.com press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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