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Learn more about newly released RVs, accessories and outdoor products available for the RV and camping lifestyle. RV Daily Report also reviews products and accessories.

RV Buddies completes video review of Open Range Residential

(March 16, 2010) -- "When you look past the surface -- which is hard to do in such a beautiful RV -- you will find systems and engineering that are built for the long haul," said Summers. "This fifth wheel is a four season coach, so you can go where your heart desires, not where the limitations of the construction and weather dictate."

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Sylvan Sport launches first-ever Cache Me If You Can contest

(March 15, 2010) -- The makers of the award-winning GO Mobile Adventure Gear camping-trailer, have loaded a GO with adventure gear from eight partner companies and will hide this prize somewhere in North America. The prize package, valued at more than $14,000, includes a custom Niner bike, Jackson Journey kayak, Burton snowboards and more from Yakima, Kelty, Ground Industries, SPOT, and WNC Outdoors.

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Pro-Life RV draws attention

(March 15, 2010) -- Prayers and protests in front of reproductive centers like Hill Top in Downtown El Paso, Texas, are nothing new, but an RV adorned with Pro-Life messages is.

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RVers arrive early for NASCAR race in Tennessee

(March 15, 2010) -- “The campground becomes its own little community," Williams explained. "We know the security guards, the people who deliver stuff. The stuff that goes on here, it is something that tells its own story. You just have to come down here to see it. The party never ends in the campground.”

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Florida city went to great lengths to lure Tin Can Tourists 80 years ago

(March 15, 2010) -- In 1931, well into the Great Depression, the Sarasota chapter of the Tin Can Tourists sought to host the annual convention in hopes of luring much needed money into the local economy, the Herald-Tribune reported. The city's pitch team was accompanied by a motorcade of 250, an American Legion band and even a fly-over by a plane with a greeting painted on the wing.

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