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Nerd Mobile rolls into Niles

(Oct. 25, 2010) -- Rick Snyder, the Republican running for governor of Michigan, has put 80,000 miles on a Forest River motor coach. He has used the bus to campaign all across the state -- asking supporters to sign the bus with magic marker at every stop, WDNU-TV reported.

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FRVTA marketing director pens column for Tampa Tribune

(Oct. 25, 2010) -- "Hard to believe, I know. I'm the marketing director for the Florida RV Trade Association. I have done hundreds of interviews talking about the fun, freedom and flexibility of recreational vehicle travel, yet my family had never experienced it firsthand," he wrote.

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Don’t winterize, remodel your RV

(Oct. 25, 2010) -- Instead of winterizing your RV - perform annual maintenance, and remodel, update or customize your rig. You'll save on storage fees and take advantage of lower off-season rates and start the new season off in the coach of your dreams.

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Motorhomes: The ultimate tailgating machine

(Oct. 22, 2010) -- Many groups of motorhome owners park in the same area at home games and travel together for away contests. Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization of motorhome enthusiasts, has several chapters that were formed specifically for tailgating members who maintain loyalty to a particular school.

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Virginia city okays RV parking restrictions

(Oct. 22, 2010) -- The Vienna ordinance allows RVs, trailers and other such equipment to be parked on streets for up to 24 hours in a six-month period if they are undergoing emergency repairs or actively are being loaded or unloaded. RVs can also be parked on the owner's property to avoid ticketing and towing, the Sun Gazette reported.

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Texas woman sues RV park following dog attack

(Oct. 21, 2010) -- According to the suit filed Oct. 18, Morris was attacked on Aug. 19 by a dog owned by one of the occupants at Kountry Rentals RV Park. The suit does not give exact details of the incident but does allege Kountry Rentals had a duty to protect its residents from dangerous hazards, such as vicious dogs, the Southeast Texas Record reported.

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Michigan Speedway launches campground advisor

(Oct. 21, 2010) -- With nearly 9,000 sites across 10 campgrounds, it can be a little intimidating for a race fan to choose a campsite that fits. So Michigan International Speedway has launched a Campground Advisor widget on its website to assist race fans camping at the track during the track’s two NASCAR Sprint Cup races in 2011.

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RV Safety Education Foundation announces 2011 conference

(Oct. 20, 2010) -- "This program, designed to be more like a college course than a rally, provides a unique educational opportunity for RV consumers to meet and interact with industry experts," said Cannon. "Talented instructors drawn from RV manufacturers, dealers, and other aspects of the industry teach courses, in a positive educational environment."

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Registered sex offender assaults 13-year-old at California RV park

(Oct. 19, 2010) -- The Yolo County Sheriff's Department arrested Jason Sigur, 35, at gunpoint Friday at a Dunnigan RV park after deputies located the victim inside his trailer a few hours after she was reported missing. "They opened the door, and this little girl came out and hugged the officer," said RV park manager Karene Harris.

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Arizona RV dealer offers fall foliage tour planning advice

(Oct. 19, 2010) -- "Many RVers are searching for meaningful RV travel plans and destinations that will not only allow them the opportunity to relax and enjoy their time off, but provide them with a unique experience," said Pedata. "This desire for something meaningful, unique and relaxing is inspiring many to look into fall foliage driving tours."

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British Columbia city takes on unsightly vehicles

(Oct. 18, 2010) -- According to Burnaby Now, the city council voted Oct. 4 to move forward with plans to tweak Burnaby's zoning bylaw, making it more difficult for residents to park large or unsightly vehicles on their property for long periods of time.

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