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RV industry and campground job openings plus work wanted postings from people looking for opportunities to share their skills, talents and abilities in the industry. Are you looking to hire someone for your business, or are you looking for a specific job? Then send an e-mail to editor@rvdailyreport.com.

Couple seeks work managing RV park

(Nov. 9, 2011) -- Our expertise has been achieved from our hands on experience in the industry performing security, front desk, escorting, hosting, maintenance and operating a park store and snack bar.

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When will banks ever learn?

Yesterday we posted a story about how PNC Bank is intentionally attempting to destroy Carriage RV, a manufacturer with a long history of making quality products. One of the people posting a comment to that story said it just didn’t make sense for a bank to do so.

"I’m surprised so many here would buy into this nonsense so unquestioningly. Banks aren’t stupid," the commenter noted.

In that regard, he is correct. Banks are just buildings made of brick, wood, steel, gold, silver, ivory, topaz, marble and the blood of depositors. It is bankers that are stupid. You can always spot these guys from a mile away. They are the ones staggering through the hallways intoxicated by their own power as dutiful minions rush up to kiss their rings. They are like weird genetic mutations between a Roman Catholic cardinal and The Godfather.

I have made it clear before and I will restate it again – I will never let this industry forget how banks treated RV dealers, manufacturers and consumers at the onset of the recession. They are heartless, cruel, demanding and unfair. They will change a negotiated deal for no reason other than they want to.

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LaMesa seeks recon tech for Florida location

(Nov. 2, 2011) -- Do you have limited repair experience but strong PDI and walk through experience? We currently have openings in our Recon Dept for the right people with great attitudes who want to grow their skill to make the RV business their career not just a job.

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LaMesa seeks salespeople at all locations

(Nov. 2, 2011) -- Motivated, high energy, positive attitude and willingness to learn a must. Sales experience a plus, but not required. Requires excellent organization, interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills. Willingness to travel a plus and working weekends a must.

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Florida dealer seeks RV technician

(Nov. 1, 2011) -- We are looking for dedicated, hard working people who are ready to learn a financially rewarding occupation. We offer excellent pay and benefits including health, dental, 401 K plans, and paid vacation.

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Ohio dealer seeks sales manager

(Oct. 31, 2011) -- Holman Motors is looking for someone with good personal and closing skills, familiar with F&I, can conduct sales and product training, and be a strong team leader. Holman Motors is in its third consecutive record year and looking forward to its fourth in 2012.

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ARVC makes a great move

Today, the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds announced it hired a new senior director of marketing. Based on Jennifer Shwartz' very unique qualifications, as outlined in the association's press release, she is one heck of a catch.

Not only is she an experienced outdoorswoman who sounds like she could go head-to-head with Sarah Palin in the Great Outdoors, she's an experienced camper who spends up to 30 days a year in the woods with her family. That makes Jennifer well suited to understand, appreciate and market camping to the rest of the nation.

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New Mexico dealer looking for sales consultant

(Oct. 26, 2011) -- Rocky Mountain RV and Marine in Albuquerque, N.M., is currently seeking a sales consultant with a desire to earn over $70,000 per year. No RV sales experience is required. All you need is a strong desire for success and a positive attitude.

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Freightliner puts a library in customers’ wallets

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation has created a way to give motorhome owners everything they need to know about their chassis by putting a library of information on a credit card-sized flash drive.

Called the 24/7 Direct, the card is a 1 gigabyte flash drive shaped like a credit card. What once required a forest of trees to provide, is now centrally located in one area -- and the information can be backed up on multiple computers, if necessary.

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Don’t you wish the research would come true just once

The RV Industry Association issued a press release today highlighting new research that showed 8.9 million U.S. households currently own an RV. But, their research also concludes that 21 percent of all U.S. households stated intentions to purchase an RV in the survey.

According to RVIA, this is on par with the 23 percent rate in 2005 and ahead of the 16 percent rate in 2001.

Don't you just wish that this research would come true, if only for one year?

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Ultra-Fab seeks independent sales reps

(Oct. 20, 2011) -- Ultra-Fab Products, Inc., has immediate needs for independent sales reps throughout the United States and Canada. The firm is looking for people who are already calling on RV dealers and have established relationships with the dealerships.

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Independent vs. dealer-delivered service

My inbox has been buzzing today after we published a wire service story yesterday in which Richard Coon, president of the RV Industry Association, noted that 42 percent of RV owners get units repaired by independent service centers compared to 40 percent who turn to RV dealers to get units fixed.

Ignoring the fact that 18 percent of RV owners apparently don't ever need service, the issue of who services RVs has been the topic of discussion -- and consternation -- for years. And the issue generally boils down to this key fact. Many RV dealers tell customers if you don't buy your recreation vehicle from us, you cannot come to us for service.

Here are some other key points to consider as well

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