Day: July 17, 2013

(July 17, 2013) — As of late Tuesday, the condition of the 10-year-old boy who sustained a traumatic head injury after falling from a golf cart at Sherkston Shores Beach Resort and Campground in Port Colborne Monday night remained unknown, reports the Niagara Falls Review.

(July 17, 2013) — In addition to basement storage up front, the innovative frame on the new Amped toy hauler is set above the axles eliminating cumbersome wheel wells inside the payload area. This allows increased, wall-to-wall loading space for ATVs, side-by-sides and motorcycles without awkward wheel wells.

(July 17, 2013) — The grand opening celebration for Camping World of Lubbock kicks off July 18 and will run through July 27. There will be grand opening product and service specials, a ribbon cutting on July 19 at 11 a.m. 

(July 17, 2013) — As of last week, about 2,500 people had registered for the annual Winnebago Itasca Travelers Grand National Rally in Forest City, according to Winnebago’s Sheila Davis. But when all the motorhomes and towables are on the grounds, the attendance will likely be higher than last year, reports the Mason City Globe Gazette.

(July 17, 2013) — Details of a new campervan from Wellhouse Leisure, the first to be based on the new Ford Tourneo Custom from a UK converter, have been released ahead of its world debut at The Motorhome and Caravan Show at the NEC in Birmingham this October.

(July 17, 2013) — Available for desktop computers and soon to be at the iTunes Store, this 21st Century guide includes more than 15 embedded videos, 500 hot links, table of contents quick links, Twitter feed, integrated social media sharing, customizable PDF generator, integrated advertiser index, along with search and print tools.

(July 17, 2013) — ABC News writes that eight cats accustomed to the comforts of a house have been squeezed into a 30-foot motorhome with the family Chihuahua. Bob Walker and Frances Mooney have sold the San Diego home known as “The Cats’ House,” and are moving to Fredericksburg, Va.

(July 17, 2013) — In Plattsburgh sits a cluster of shiny silver pods that look like alien spacecraft, but they’re actually Airstream travel trailers for sale at Nomad Airstream to customers all over the world, writes Seven Days.

(July 17, 2013) — The Foothills Lions Club is hoping to get campers back in the Black Diamond Lions Campground as early as next month after it was almost washed away in a flood on June 20, reports the Western Wheel.

(July 17, 2013) — “We’re also using this RV tour as an opportunity to educate consumers about how important it is to shop and buy services from local businesses,” said Smith. “The more we support local business, the more revenue and jobs are created to help strengthen our local communities and the overall economy. 

(July 17, 2013) — If the year, make and model information on the form coincides with National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) standards, a confirmation page will be generated with the average retail price of the unit. An e-mail lead will also be sent directly to the dealer containing the contact information of the potential buyer.

(July 17, 2013) — “I believe this to be the most veteran friendly organization in the country with almost all of the proceeds raised going to those who deserve our unyielding thanks and to the families of those fallen heroes who have paid the ultimate sacrifice,” said O’Banion.

(July 17, 2013) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announced that $54 million has been awarded under his NY-Sun initiative for large-scale solar energy projects across the state. Nine sites were awarded in Western New York, including at the Cummins Inc. Jamestown Engine Plant, reports the Jamestown Post Journal.

(July 17, 2013) — According to the Tennessee Valley Authority, the John Sevier Campground and shoreline fishing access near the recently shut down John Sevier Steam Plant in Rogersville will be closed to the public beginning sometime in September, reports the Kingsport Times News.

(July 17, 2013) — The Republic writes that Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed a director for outdoor recreation, making good on a promise to raise the profile of an industry that holds trade shows twice a year in Salt Lake City.

(July 17, 2013) — On Saturday, July 20, Waltner’s RV Park residents will host their annual sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Show Low, reports the White Mountain Independent.

(July 17, 2013) — On Monday night the Planning Board voted unanimously to require a Plymouth couple to move their camper 10 feet back from the road and to shield it more completely by planting several trees, reports Wicked Local Plymouth.

(July 17, 2013) — Updated features and benefits include unlimited dimming levels, patented Memory Set technology retains user pre-set brightness levels, and operates on wide voltage range from 8 to 30 volts DC.

(July 17, 2013) — Campgrounds opened up this past weekend for Jamboree in the Hills in Morristown, and campers and country music fans began pouring in, reports the Steubenville Herald Star. Opening ceremonies begin Thursday.

(July 17, 2013) — “The new IOTA branding represents the company’s forward-looking vision of servicing new and existing customers and markets with the latest technologies and products,” said Hatfield. “Coupled with the brand is IOTA’s new tagline ‘Powering Your Way’ which is indicative of IOTA’s position of proven expertise in the field of customized power applications for a variety of commercial and industrial applications.”

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