(Aug. 14, 2012) -- Candidates with advanced diagnostic and repair skills for RVs or someone who is passionate about fixing mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and maintenance problems would be ideal. The ideal candidate should have a strong attention to detail, be self-motivated, well-versed in all maintenance and repairs, and ability to document all work performed.Read More »
(Aug. 14, 2012) -- Dixie RV is looking for an elite group of individuals who are confident, enjoy talking to people and are available to work extended hours. Whether you are an experienced sales person or new to the sales world. The company offers insurance and 401K.Read More »
(Aug. 14, 2012) -- Fifty-year-old Wisconsin dealer, Burlington RV Superstore, is seeking an experienced RV sales manager to handle all day-to-day operations and training of the sales staff.Read More »
(Aug. 14, 2012) -- Great Northwest RV/Puyallup RV is looking for a finance/closer for its Vancouver, Wash., RV dealership. If you have been in finance in cars or rvs please apply by calling Jeremy Ellyson at (253) 576-1484.Read More »
A friend of mine told me yesterday that he thought Google's Chrome web browser was the most popular in the world. I didn't believe him. I was convinced that Microsoft's Internet Explorer was still No. 1. After all, that's the one I have used almost exclusively since 1995 -- cursing at it throughout the day for its multiple limitations and ability to lock up on certain websites.
Today, I checked several web resources and was stunned to discover that not only has Internet Explorer lost its perch on top of the browser battles, it is solidly in third place and plummeting like a meteor.Read More »
Gasoline engines were the motorhome industry standard for decades, and it was only about five years ago, in 2007, that diesel RV chassis sales surpassed their gasoline counterparts. And while it’s true that gasoline engines have seen some recent resurgence in the market, there are several reasons why diesel remains the better value and more oft-chosen option.Read More »
About a month ago, Good Sam Enterprises, which owns Camping World, announced a plan to buy back up to $4.95 million in bond notes. However, by the time the offer expired July 31, only $4,000 worth of bonds were presented to the company.
To me, that shows pretty good confidence in the direction and stability of the company. If someone was worried about losing money invested in Good Sam Enterprises, here was an opportunity to get out with all the investment intact.Read More »
Southwest florida dealer looking for a Certified RV Technician. Well established dealer with 30 years experience looking for the right individual to help our company grow. Read More »
(Aug. 1, 2012) -- Must have experience in F&I and after-market product sales such as gap & tire, service contracts, and paint & fabric protection. Experienced RV technician wanted with RVIA certification or master certification. Read More »
(July 29, 2012) -- Many businesses do not take the time to articulate the purpose or direction. As a result, everyone goes off in a different direction and the leader wonders why. Not setting the direction or purpose for your people gives results that can be counted on – to be different than what you wanted. How do we set the direction? How can we make our desired result clear? If we want followers to follow, leaders must lead. Seems to be an obvious first step. Not so fast! Read More »
(July 27, 2012) -- Johnnie Walker RV’s in Las Vegas is looking for a full-time office assistant. Must have experience in title work, A/P, A/R, phones. The dealership is also looking for an enthusiastic, self motivated salesperson who wants to earn a great income in the RV business. Read More »
(July 27, 2012) -- We are currently seeking sales consultants with a desire to earn over $70,000 per year. No previous RV sales experience required. All you need is a strong desire for success and a positive attitude. If you enjoy working with people, a long-term career awaits you! Read More »
I am absolutely certain that 300 million people will disagree with me on this, but I support the settlement reached last week that allows businesses to tack on a surcharge when using a credit card to make purchases.
The fees charged to businesses by Big Banks and the credit card industry are often repressive with some fees amounting to $35 on a $100 purchase, according to some retailers I have spoken with in recent years.
Business owners have been howling for years that it is patently unfair for a bank to collect up to 35 percent of a purchase just because the business owner accepts credit cards as a customer service convenience. I agree.Read More »
(July 25, 2012) -- New RV resort community has a ground-floor opportunity for aggressive, seasoned and mature sales person; must be self-motivated. Real estate background helpful. This individual must have good people and communication skills. Read More »