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Solving a campground’s pressing problems – Part 1

(June 13, 2013) -- Current campers already know your products and services.  If they are repeat campers, they are satisfied with your service and quality.  It is for those reasons that many campground owners don’t think about their current campers.  You already did all the hard work of getting them and are probably spending your time and energy trying to get new campers.  But what are you leaving on the table?

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TengoInternet to provide Wi-Fi service to oil workers

(June 13, 2013) -- The company is providing high-speed, wireless Internet capability for 12 workforce housing projects in the Cline Shale in West Texas. The developments are a joint venture of South Dakota-based Custom Touch Homes, Larson Ventures and Turn Key Solutions.

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Sean Parker wedding brings campground violations to light

(June 13, 2013) -- Monterey County Weekly says in the national uproar over Sean Parker’s wedding – which reportedly involved the construction of a Game of Thrones-esque fantasy land in the protected coastal redwoods, in violation of the California Coastal Act – not much press has been given to one of the state’s most significant findings. Read More »

KOA tops 100,000 Facebook fans

(June 12, 2013) -- “Facebook has become one of our primary channels for connecting with our campers,” said KOA Vice President of Marketing Toby Hedges. “We use Facebook to keep campers informed about special events, the addition of new KOA locations and we always have a lot of fun contests on our site.”

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Campground office looks like frat house, for a reason

(June 12, 2013) -- The owner of the Camp Taylor Campgrounds in Knowlton Township, Taylor is raising money to support breast cancer survivors by decorating the bras, which honor survivors and victims of the disease, the paper noted. She calls the project Hook Up for Recovery, and it's being promoted through Sisters on the Fly, Lehigh Valley Live reported.

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New technology, new headaches?

(June 11, 2013) -- The world is too fast paced to take the time to sign your name, making the chip another time saver. This sounds somewhat unfriendly to me because people used to chat while waiting for the transaction to clear. Now they still chat, on the cell phone, with a friend, or on a social network, not with the cashier. Within a few short years you may not even need to carry a wallet.

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MHRV donates $7,188 to Washington State Parks

(June 11, 2013) -- During both MHRV Shows (Seattle and Puyallup) held in Feburary and May, some of the money collected at the at the box office was donated to Washington State Parks. “It’s their 100th Anniversary and this is our small way of saying ‘Happy Birthday,’” said Helgeson.  


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Thousand Trails announces Get Out and Camp sweepstakes

(June 5, 2013) -- Each year, the President of the United States designates June as Great Outdoors Month in order to encourage everyone to enjoy all the country has to offer in the great outdoors. Thousand Trails has decided to help with this effort by awarding free camping to a few outdoor aficionados. Read More »

Red Rover Camping, NeHaCa form alliance

(June 5, 2013) -- The New Hampshire Campground Owners Association (NeHaCa) will encourage their 185-plus member campgrounds to affiliate with Red Rover to help them fill their empty campsites with new customers. In return, Red Rover has agreed to make available the Red Rover reservation system at no cost to NeHaCa member campgrounds that need a system. Read More »

Roadabode launches digital marketing benchmark study

(June 5, 2013) -- Schmarder recently opened a groundbreaking, first-of-its-kind-in-the-industry project -- the 1st Annual Digital Marketing Benchmark Study for Outdoor Hospitality, and she is actively seeking study participants. Park owners, operators, and those working at a property in a marketing capacity are urged to complete the survey,

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