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North Carolina dealer to carry Forest River toy haulers

(Nov. 11, 2010) -- Work and Play Toy Haulers, which are available as travel trailers and fifth wheels, are known for their sturdy build, ample cargo space, comfortable living quarters and flexible floor plans, said Gary Stroud, vice president of Tom Johnson Camping Center.

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Pinnacle Park Homes reports post-election sales bump

(Nov. 11, 2010) -- "It seems many people were waiting for the election to pass before making their winter and early spring expansion plans," said Davis. "While next season is a few months away, it always seems to sneak up on campground owners so many are placing their order now to guarantee the delivery they need."

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Be careful when planning staff holiday parties

(Nov. 10, 2010) -- Employers are recognizing that holiday parties or some sort of end-of-year celebrations are a good way to foster flagging employee morale, provide networking opportunities and involve the employee’s spouse or significant other with the organization, the Society for Human Resource Management noted. However, while the intent might be good, it's a potential minefield requiring forethought, said Reeves.

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U.S., Canadian trade deficits narrow

(Nov. 10, 2010) -- The decline in imports in September reflected lower U.S. purchases of consumer goods, and autos and parts, which were partially offset by rising demand for capital goods. Canada’s September merchandise trade deficit deteriorated sharply to $2.5 billion from $1.5 billion in August. Expectations had been for a much more moderate deterioration in the deficit to $1.6 billion.

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RVing is a lifestyle, not just a business for Arizona RV dealer

(Nov. 10, 2010) -- As the owner of RV World in Yuma, Green delights in seeing his customers build those same kinds of memories he remembers from his childhood, the Yuma Sun reported. “It's pretty rewarding when a family buys their first little trailer and takes the kids camping for the first time. It's not about the destination but the journey to get there," he said.

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Coon to look forward at Outlook breakfast

(Nov. 10, 2010) -- Attendees at RVIA’s "Outlook 2011: A New Era Begins” Nov. 30 in Louisville, Ky., will hear RV Industry Association President Richard Coon’s thoughts on important trends that will impact the RV industry as it continues to rebound from one of the most difficult periods in its history.

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