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RVing race fans react to Florida’s wintry weather

(Feb. 13, 2012) -- Central Florida News 13 reports that the RV parking lot just outside turns one and two at Daytona International Speedway opened up for fans this past Tuesday. Since then, a steady trickle of fans have been setting up their home-away-from homes.

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Philadelphia Outdoors Show opens Thursday

(Feb. 10, 2012) -- The Greater Philadelphia Outdoor Sportshow returns to the Expo Center in Oaks Feb. 16 to 19 where gear for hunting, fishing, boating and camping from hundreds of exhibitors will be on display.

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Pennsylvania RV show going on now

(Feb. 10, 2012) -- The four-day Erie RV, Camping & Powersports Spectacular began yesterday at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie. The show is showcasing five regional RV dealers and representatives from 35 campgrounds, reports GoErie.com.

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N.C. music festival features camping packages

(Feb. 10, 2012) -- Saturday, May 5 marks the debut of Carolina Rebellion at its new home at the legendary Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham. Included in the festival's lineup are Shinedown, Korn and Evanescence, and new this year: weekend RV and tent camping and the Friday Night Campground Party, reports Blabbermouth.net.

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UK dealers offering free caravan show alternatives

(Feb. 10, 2012) -- Many caravanners were disappointed after the National Boat, Caravan and Outdoor Show at the Birmingham NEC was cancelled. With that in mind, and as alternatives to the London show, Salop Leisure and Lowdhams have stepped in and will be putting on their own free shows starting next weekend, reports the Caravan Times.

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It’s never too early to prepare for RV season

(Feb. 9, 2012) -- The Edmonton Journal writes that it's never too early to start planning for the summer RV season. By planning a "test run" weekend early in the season and doing some basic prep work, travelers can make sure their RV is ready for use and safe to operate.

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On the rise: Living the RV life

(Feb. 9, 2012) -- When Rick and Brenda Allanson gather with friends or relatives, it's often at their 30-foot travel trailer, not at their Edina home, writes the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The Allansons are passionate RV enthusiasts, and they're not alone; nationwide, about 8.9 million households own RVs.

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Northwest Ohio RV show starts tomorrow

(Feb. 9, 2012) -- The Toledo Blade reports that the 47th Annual Camp & Travel Family RV Show, Northwest Ohio's largest RV show, will fill Toledo's SeaGate Convention Centre with more than 100 RVs and exhibitors starting tomorrow.

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Record crowd expected at Dallas RV Show

(Feb. 9, 2012) -- The 22nd annual Dallas RV SuperSale at Dallas Market Hall runs from Feb. 23 through 26.  Hundreds of RVs from 15 local dealers will fill more than 350,000 square feet of exhibit space making the 2012 Dallas RV SuperSale the largest show in Texas as well as the entire Southwest, promoters announced today.

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New Jersey motorhome vandals get creative

(Feb. 9, 2012) -- Vandals often use spray paint, rocks, keys or even baseball bats, writes Patch.com, but West Deptford police say a person or persons vandalized a motorhome by either throwing or spraying the side of the vehicle with what appears to be liquid soap.

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Houston RV Show going on now

(Feb. 8, 2012) -- MyFOX Houston reports that the 48th Annual Houston RV Show at Reliant Center, the largest RV show in Texas, begins today and ends Sunday, Feb. 12.

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James Dean: An RVing pioneer?

(Feb. 8, 2012) -- James Dean, the legendary "Rebel Without A Cause," was born 81 years ago today. What many in the RV industry may not have realized was that Dean may have been an RVer before his death Sept. 30, 1955.

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RVing to serve others

(Feb. 8, 2012) -- If you're 60 to 80-plus, would enjoy climbing ladders to paint lofty exteriors, fix century old plumbing or rewire a building that was originally lit by gas fixtures, and you have a recreational vehicle, then an Assemblies of God group might be interested in your services, writes The Daily News.

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