Day: January 12, 2012

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Vicki Taylor loves to line dance and has traveled across the country by motorhome, teaching fellow campers the steps and turns. Eventually, she was able to turn her line dancing into a paying job, reports the Press-Register.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — “We selected Gentron for our exclusive generator and power equipment brand to partner with because of their high quality product offering at approximately 40 percent lower cost than competing brands,” said LaBelle. “We wanted to offer a tier one generator to our customers that held value for the lower cost needs in our industries we serve.”

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has filed a civil lawsuit against the Lincoln Road RV Park in Helena, charging that it has failed to monitor its water, collect samples of water after it tested positive for fecal coliform bacteria, and notify the public and authorities of violations, reports the Helena Independent Record.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The Rock Tamers adjustable and movable mud flap system helps RV owners protect their units and towed cars by beating down rocks and other road debris that could be flung behind a tow vehicle.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Mike Blundell, a 54-year-old Winnipegger with a 35-foot Holiday Rambler RV, longs to overnight in a snowy Birds Hill Campground with his family. But currently, the campground shuts down from October until early May, reports MetroNews Canada.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The 14-member Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is expected to vote today on a request to authorize CPW director Rick Cables to negotiate and finalize a surface use agreement, allowing energy development from a 10-acre well pad at St. Vrain State Park, reports the Denver Post.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Cross-training existing employees can help boost productivity and earnings. However, doing so is pointless unless you’re certain the additional responsibilities you have in mind for someone are suited to their natural traits, personality and overall work approach.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The Daily Inter Lake reports that Glacier National Park saw a 15.7 percent drop in visitation in 2011, numbers that can be partially attributed to bad weather and a record visitor count the year before.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The show features nearly every style of recreational vehicle. Motorhomes, 5th wheels, travel trailers, sport utility trailers, van campers, folding camping trailers and truck campers are all on display and for sale. There is also vendor space for campgrounds, resorts, travel destinations as well as RV products and services.

(Jan. 12, 2012) –  Bob Olson from the position of chairman of the board effective on Feb. 24. Randy Potts, 53, will assume the role of chairman in addition to his current positions of chief executive officer and president, in accordance with the company’s succession plans.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — “SYRCL is deeply impressed with the commitment demonstrated by our local community to preserving our state parks. Our petition has received widespread support, and we couldn’t be more thrilled than to divide the prize between these hard-working, young activists, whose enthusiasm is an inspiration to us all.”

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Retail spending rose a smaller-than-expected 0.1 percent in December 2011 following upwardly revised gains of 0.4 percent and 0.7 percent in November and October, respectively. Sales of motor vehicles and parts unexpectedly rose 1.5 percent despite an earlier reported 0.8 percent decline in unit auto sales in the month.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — The Senior Secured Loan Program (SSLP), jointly managed by Ares Capital Corporation and an affiliate of GE Capital, announced today that it completed twelve financing transactions totaling more than $1.8 billion during the fourth quarter.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — “The integration of FootSteps with our website platform provides our dealers with a powerful one-two punch,” said Cellucci. “UVS sites help dealers generate qualified sales opportunities, and FootSteps helps dealers nurture these opportunities and convert more leads into sales.”

(Jan. 12, 2012) — This bath and a half floorplan features a full wall slide on the passenger side of the coach that includes an impressive 40-inch LCD HDTV, Euro Recliner with pull-out table, buffet with extendable dining table and chairs, four-door refrigerator, pantry and residential-like bedroom wardrobe.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Hudsonville Ice Cream, which was named the official ice cream provider of Michigan state parks and the Pure Michigan campaign, has launched a create-a-flavor contest. The winning flavor will be sold throughout the Midwest and distributed by RV at state parks, municipal parks, and festivals throughout Michigan.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Four generations of Cheri Taluzek’s family have spent years at the Lake Marie campgrounds in Antioch Township over the summer. They are among 80 families who will be forced to vacate if the Lake County Forest Preserve District gets approval to buy the land as expected, reports TribLocal.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — Bay Net reports that the St. Mary’s County Planning Commission has recommended correcting a critical area “mapping error” for St. Mary’s Yachting Center in Drayden, which would allow for the existence of and expansion of a campground.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — According to David McMillan, a lawyer who listened to a B.C. Supreme Court decision Tuesday, a proposal by Kamloops developer Mike Rink to market leased lots and storage sheds for 165 RVs on Shuswap Lake is contrary to zoning, reports The Daily News.

(Jan. 12, 2012) — On Jan. 7, an Ambler man reported to police that someone had been living in his camping trailer at the Quaker Woods Campground in Quakertown for an unknown period of time, reports


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