Day: November 18, 2011

(Nov. 18, 2011) –  “As the industry leader, our continued investment and expertise in key organizations, markets and growth of the industry is even more important,” said Stumberg. “At Tengo Internet, we are proud to support these organizations when a lot of companies are not.”

(Nov. 18, 2011) — “The challenge of installing a gas electric refrigerator in an outside kitchen is how to vent the appliance. We chose to place the unit against the rear wall and have it open above the counter space,” said LaCanfora.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Rick and Ann Gray of Bellingham, Wash., were picked out of more than 50,000 total entries into the sweepstakes. Sumner RV was one of more than 50 Outdoors RV dealers that helped promote the sweepstakes promotion earlier this year.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — “Since 1999, King Controls has led the RV market with new and innovative mobile satellite TV antennas that allow people to enjoy their favorite TV programs while living the RV lifestyle”, said King. “We’ve introduced many industry firsts over the years, but the automatic portable antenna category and the Tailgater antenna more specifically have been the most gratifying for me.”

(Nov. 18, 2011) — “It’s what you’d think an RV dealership should be like,” said Cook. “It’s an interactive display with all types of product, everything is in full operation. Lights on, TVs on, music playing and educational videos about the RV industry. It’s truly an RV shopper’s dream.”

(Nov. 18, 2011) — The Washington County Parks Division will take reservations Jan. 3 for campsites and picnic shelters at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve, St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park, Cottage Grove Ravine Regional Park and Big Marine Park Reserve.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — The core rate rose by 0.3 percent, which was also more than the expected 0.1 percent gain. The year-over-year headline inflation rate slipped to 2.9 percent in October from 3.2 percent in September. The annual core rate edged down to 2.1 percent from the 2.2 percent recorded in September.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Mike Brown and his son, Preston Brown, are fighting Cleveland County in a land dispute involving several acres along the Gateway Trail’s current location in Kings Mountain. On Nov. 7, Mike was served with a criminal summons, three days after he allegedly cut down county-owned trees valued at more than $200, reports the Shelby Star.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — “We have packed the Sunset Trail fifth wheel with many new innovative features,” said Boggs. “The models length start at 25 feet and up, have full depth slideouts and weigh around 7,500 pounds true weight. These lightweight fifth wheel units are equipped with many standard features and industry firsts.”

(Nov. 18, 2011) — The New Zealand Herald reports that a lot of campgrounds may have closed, but New Zealand is still full of little-known, wonderful places to go camping. Readers have sent in hundreds of suggestions, some fairly well-known and many off the beaten track.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — “We’ve been complaining about this since we moved in of when they’re going to insulate,” Marilyn Bohan told KXBM-TV. “They’ve had inspectors, they’ve had interviewers, they’ve had all kinds of people here saying yes that’s going to get done. Now, it’s the 16th of November and it’s not done yet.”

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Starting Jan. 31, most private sector employers will be required to place the poster on their break room walls. Employers who fail to post the notice risk being charged with an unfair labor practice by violating employees’ right to engage in collective or organizing activity.

(Nov. 18, 2011) – The MaxxFan Standard series has several exclusive features like its twin-arm, lid-lifting design that prevents lid flutter in high winds or when driving. Both models feature a flush-mounted keypad fan control located on the fan at the ceiling.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Gloria Willis writes for The Coloradoan that she, along with her husband Bob, were camping in their VW Westfalia camper at Spider Rock Campground at Canyon de Chelly National Monument many years ago, a trip that ended up changing their lives.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — A 2011 Consumer Report has revealed that seven million Australians have visited a caravan holiday park in the last two years and that 9.3 million are intending to holiday in the Caravanning & Holiday Parks Industry in the next two years.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — As a special one-time offer, anyone who purchases the $65 Empire Passport online at www.nysparks.com on ‘Cyber Monday,’ from midnight Nov. 28 to midnight Nov. 29, will receive a free camping gift card worth $25.

(Nov. 21, 2011) — On Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 6 to 9:30 p.m., all RV dealers and their employees are invited to attend the “free to play, free to drink, and free to eat” Systems 2000, American Guardian Warranty Services, RV America, and RV123.com Blackjack Tournament.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Michael Papp, owner of West Canada Creek Campsites in Poland, N.Y., was elected by the membership to the chairmanship of the Campground Owners of New York (CONY) board of directors, the group announced today.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — The new Enterra will give dealers another option in the luxury lightweight market. The new line will offer floorplans from 28 feet in length up to 35 feet 5 inches. The company also added three new sales managers to represent the ViewFinder and Enterra lines: James Anderson, Tim Dunn and Zach Weaver.

(Nov. 18, 2011) — Cruiser RV today announced the hiring of Lou Lawton as the Northeast regional manager for Fun Finder X, Fun Finder XTRA and Shadow Cruiser.

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