Day: January 14, 2010

(Jan. 14, 2010) — Four people were arrested Wednesday when Kern County sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of people removing items from a travel trailer which was later discovered to be stolen Jan. 10, KERO-TV reported.

(Jan. 14, 2010) — “Flexsteel which makes seating products for virtually every application, has more than a 100-year-history as a credible, reliable, and innovative supplier,” said Allegrezza.

(Jan. 14, 2010) – Although orders are up 350 percent at Winnebago, the company must shut down one of its three production lines next week due to a supply shortage caused by FCF Frigette, which supplies dash air conditioning, going out of  business.

(Jan. 14, 2010) — Retail spending in December unexpectedly fell by 0.3 percent in the month suggesting a weak finish to the Christmas shopping period. “There had been some concern that the strength in the third quarter was just advancing activity from subsequent quarters,” said Ferley. “To some extent that has happened.”

(Jan. 14, 2010) — “We vigorously opposed the bill for three reasons,” the NFIB announced. “First, it doesn’t make health insurance more accessible or affordable for small business. Second, with its new taxes, fees and government regulation, it increases the overall costs of doing business for small businesses. Third, rather than leveling the playing field for all employers, the Senate bill lays those new costs and burdens almost entirely at the feet of small, rather than big business.

(Jan. 14, 2010) – Due to the beetle epidemic affecting forests surrounding the park, the wildfire hazard during the 2010 summer tourist season will be high to very high. Therefore, the National Park Service will implement ways to reduce the risk of wildfires, especially human-caused ones, officials said.

(Jan. 14, 2010) – According to CarJunky, the law allows repairs to be attempted twice before the purchaser can ask for a refund or some other compensation, such as a replacement vehicle.

(Jan. 14, 2010) — RV owners objected to the increases because they will pay the same tolls as semi-trailers, and those prices are expected to rise 300 percent, according to the Chronicle. 

(Jan. 14, 2010) – “Eighty-three percent of those visits were by Montanans,” said Chas Van Genderen, State Parks Administrator. “Overall visit numbers have grown five of the past six years. Only 2008, with its high gas prices, showed a slight decrease.” Thirteen parks hosted more visits than ever before.

(Jan. 14, 2010) — Hosts Mark Summers, Elise Baughman and Robert Wittenberg covered the 2010 Fleetwood Encounter, the 2010 Itasca Sunstar 30W, the 2010 Coach House Platinum and as a special bonus – the 2011 Monaco Cayman, and will be sharing their discoveries on with some terrific videos over the next few weeks.

(Jan. 14, 2010) – “The refinancing activities of the past month improve and extend TriMas’ debt maturity profile, as well as provide additional financial flexibility that allows us to continue to execute on our business plan,” said Wathen. “We will remain focused on improving our operating performance via productivity initiatives and increased cash generation, allowing us to continue our progress in reducing debt and strengthening the balance sheet.”

(Jan. 14, 2010) – “Today, more than ever, it is important to carefully choose your partners” said Hynes. “Scott Motor Coach feels fortunate to have the No. 1 selling diesel pusher company, added to its product mix.”

(Jan. 14, 2010) – Lenders and dealers using Solex will now have immediate access to CREDCO credit reports, as well as identity verification tools and compliance solutions.

(Jan. 14, 2010) — Police officials are warning RV owners to stay off highways in California’s Riverside and San Bernardino counties after weather forecasters said winds as high as 85 mph are expected to race through mountain canyons and passes today, The Desert Sun reported.


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