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Small firms still struggle to get loans

(June 7, 2010) -- Months after the "credit crunch" clamped down on the national economic machine, many small businesses still are scrambling to get loans crucial for day-to-day operations, needed expansions and, in many cases, sheer survival.

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New owner acquires Ohio RV dealership

(June 4, 2010) -- Alum Creek RV and Marine in Delaware, Ohio is under new ownership. Michael Harlan officially acquired the dealership a week ago. Approximately 99 percent of the dealership's sales come from Gulf Stream products.

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GMAC begins financing recreation vehicles through Thor dealers

(June 4, 2010) -- GMAC will initially offer financing through RV dealers in Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington. The company expects to expand the service by year-end to all qualified dealers in Thor’s U.S. network.

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Sales skyrocket for Iowa RV dealer

(June 4, 2010) -- RV sales representatives say the camper craze slowly started off last year with folks trading in and upgrading their existing mobile home. But the influx of first-time camper buyers is the highest now, than they've ever seen before, KCAU-TV reported.

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New FEMA auction angers Texas RV dealer

(June 4, 2010) -- "The Haiti relief was requesting these trailers to go to Haiti, and the government said it was not safe for them, so I'm not sure why they're selling them with just a waiver in this market," Davis said.

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Contractor that installed FEMA units charged with fraud

(June 4, 2010) -- The indictment alleges Morrison sent false information to FEMA from Harrison, Stone and Jackson counties, and claimed he lived in Mississippi before the hurricane. He also sent FEMA an invoice for $68,000 for work that “had not been performed and/or had not been performed pursuant to FEMA instructions,” the indictment said.

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UPDATE: Keystone to ramp up production in Oregon, too

(June 4, 2010) -- "We have been very aggressive in the marketplace and have doubled production compared to last year," said Martin. "The addition of this new facility, along with the ramp-up in production at our other facilities in Goshen and Pendleton, Ore., will enable us to supply our customers with products they want, when they need them."

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Fire destroys Hoosier Lottery RV

(June 4, 2010) -- The recreational vehicle, known as "Big Fun 1," burst into flames on the Ronald Reagan Parkway in Indianapolis shortly after 10 a.m., the lottery said in a statement.

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ReserveAmerica lists nation’s top 100 family-friendly campgrounds

(June 3, 2010) -- To determine the top campgrounds and locations, over 3,000 parks were evaluated based in part on testimonials from park rangers, regional park management and campers, as well as specific family-friendly criteria including kid-friendly parks, scenic views, hiking trails, children’s activities and more.

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