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Debreu named new CFO at Kiekert

(Dec. 13, 2018) -- Kiekert AG, a technology leader in automotive locking systems, will fill the position of chief financial officer (CFO) with Jérôme Debreu effective January 1, 2019.

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Harvest Hosts update on tonight’s RVing in New England

UNITED STATES — Joel Holland first appeared on RVing in New England shortly after he acquired Harvest Hosts. He has been a very active owner since then, forging new relationships and signing up new host locations. With a pending price increase on the horizon for 2019, Holland will update viewers on what he has been doing with this great camping experience and will give everyone an update on what is in store for next year. He also will be giving a way a free one-year membership to Harvest Hosts and viewers will be eligible for a 10 percent discount if they sign up before January 1, 2019. With Harvest Hosts, RVers can camp at vineyards, breweries, farms, museums and other unique overnight accommodations – free of charge. Learn all about this unique outdoor hospitality and have your questions ready for Holland It’s going to be a fun show. Tune in to view tonight’s Facebook Live event at 7 p.m. EST at SOURCE: NERVDA press release

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How a 20-Something Revived the Bowlus Road Chief

UNITED STATES — Among the sleek new versions of travel trailers aimed at tech-rich millennials and well-heeled boomers, the Bowlus Road Chief is a standout with deep historical roots,reported Forbes. More than just a shiny piece of eye candy for the road, this sleek construction with Art Moderne lines is filled with 21st-century comforts. Think heated floors, charging stations for devices, flexible space options, and a lithium power management systems that extends off-the-grid capability for up to seven days. Read the full article at Forbes.

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