Day: September 25, 2013

(Sept. 25, 2013) — The number of RV-owning households is on the rise in the United States. Because many communities have restrictions against parking boats and RVs on the street or in driveways, storage operators have an excellent opportunity to meet the resulting demand for space, writes Inside Self-Storage.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Tampabay.com reports that on Tuesday morning, Norm States, who manages Camper’s Holiday Travel Park in Brooksville, watched as a steady stream of water rushed toward nearby Sparkman Lake.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — The Trentonian reports that as more Chinese embrace automobile culture, foreign RV makers are expanding in China. Winnebago Industries began working in 2011 with dealers in Beijing and several other cities, selling models ranging from 200,000 yuan ($33,000) to 2 million yuan ($327,000).

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Angry motorhome owners claim they have been discriminated against by the Lincolnshire County Council’s introduction of height barriers on council-run coastal carparks, reports the Skegness Standard.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Conntek’s recently introduced straight blade inlet system meets and exceeds expectations with uncomplicated RV power hookup designed with comfort and security in mind, according to a company press release.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Business software vendor Sage North America is hoping an RV cross-country road trip will help it connect more closely with its small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers, writes ITBusiness.ca.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Rain didn’t dampen spirits at Kettle Lakes Provincial Park on Saturday as park staff there hosted a pancake breakfast to show appreciation for the seasonal campers, writes the Timmins Press.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — King’s Campers in Wausau has a mission of delivering sales and service that far exceed customer expectations, writes the Wausau Daily Herald. Owner Ron Gajewski recently spoke with Gannett Central Wisconsin Media about the business and its future.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — A Lafayette man was taken into custody over the weekend after a two-hour standoff with the Crawfordsville Police Department at the Crawfordsville KOA, says the Journal and Courier.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Caravan manufacturer Bailey of Bristol is set to debut its latest 2014 motorhome, the Approach Compact, at the Motorhome and Caravan Show, being held Oct. 15-20 at the Birmingham NEC, reports the Caravan Times.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Have you ever wanted to learn to camp or fish, or maybe go canoeing or create great meals outdoors? If you answered yes, 2013 WOW St. Louis is for you, says the Missouri Department of Conservation. This event will be held in Forest Park Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — Situated just north of the Florida/Georgia border off I-75, the dealership will offer a wide variety of top-name motorhomes and towables, both new and pre-owned, said President Alan Shapiro.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — “This investigation into large-scale, intentional deceit across the Internet tells us that we should approach online reviews with caution,” Schneiderman said. “And companies that continue to engage in these practices should take note: ‘Astroturfing’ is the 21st century’s version of false advertising, and prosecutors have many tools at their disposal to put an end to it.”

(Sept. 25, 2013) — “The Kentucky State Park system is marveled  as one of the premier systems in the United Stats,” said Stumberg. “Their beauty, versatility and amenities provide a wonderful experience for its visitors. Now they will enjoy additional Internet connectivity to add their enjoyment at the parks.”

(Sept. 25, 2013) — The Jayco Motorized Division announced today that Andy Baer has been named the vice president of sales. This announcement comes after Tadd Jenkins stepped down after nearly five years to pursue other interests.

(Sept. 25, 2013) — “On the second day of the show a couple walked up to our seminar area,” said Holod. “The wife explained she was trying to talk her reluctant husband into buying their first RV by bringing him to the show. She bought eight of our DVDs in an effort to encourage him to make a purchase, and the couple intended to watch them that evening. The next afternoon the couple came by again, grinning from ear to ear.”

(Sept. 25, 2013) — A new onboard RV gray water waste treatment system, called Treat & Transfer, uses innovative patent-pending technology, Silver Line Industries reported today. Not only is the technology clean, it can help RV campers from paying sewer hookup fees, the company claimed in a press release.

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