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Global RV Industry 2016 Market Report

(Dec. 5, 2016) β€” In a new report, Market Research Reports analyzes the recreational vehicle industry from two aspects. One part is about its production and the other part is about its consumption. Read More »

New location to boost Russ Dean RV sales


(Dec. 5, 2016) -- The company has acquired 14 acres of property along Interstate 182 and will be building a 39,000-square-foot sales and service center to open in 2017. The $6.7 million project will include 1,200 feet of highway frontage. Read More »

ARC objects to plans to close monument until 2019

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(Dec. 5, 2016) -- "Do they have absolutely no concern about the hundreds of thousands – millions – who will be denied to have a bucket list experience of going to the top of the monument?" Crandall asked. "There is not a single demonstration of empathy for those visitors." Read More »

Carson nominated to be HUD secretary

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(Dec. 5, 2016) -- "In particular, we hope that Dr. Carson and his team at HUD will revisit recent regulations that are cost prohibitive for consumers seeking to purchase a manufactured home, including the on-site rule, installation guidance, and energy efficiency regulations," said Jennison. Read More »

MITO, Namsung introduces two new stereos

(Dec. 5, 2016) -- β€œWe are excited to introduce our latest AV solutions tailored to the RV industry. We will continue to roll out more industry tailored electronic solutions in the very near future with our partners at Namsung,” said Hire. Read More »

U.S., Canadian employment numbers rise

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(Dec. 2, 2016) -- November payroll employment increased by 178,000, up considerably from the 142,000 gain in October. In Canada, employers increased employment by 11,000 jobs in November, despite estimates of a drop in new jobs. Read More »