Day: September 27, 2013

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Spanish company Ovicuo’s Kangoo Camper Travelpack features many camping creature comforts, allowing travelers to set up camp and pack up easily, reports Treehugger.

(Sept. 29, 2013) — Dallas star Larry Hagman’s 1984 Airstream motorhome is among a list of TV and film goods that will be be sold at an auction by Premiere Props in Los Angeles on Sept. 28, reports the Caravan Times.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — In 2012, Elkhart County ranked No. 1 in the nation for job growth. While the rest of the country averaged 1.9 percent growth, Elkhart County experienced 7.4 percent. Elkhart made headlines for its high unemployment years ago, so it’s no surprise its recovery is equally notable, writes WNDU.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Two channels of the Platte River, that flow on either side of the Gothenburg KOA, burst over their banks last weekend. But the flood water in the campground is different this time, reports the Gothenburg Times.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — The Greenfield Daily Reporter says engine maker Cummins Inc. will keep its corporate headquarters in Columbus, despite looking for a larger office complex in Indianapolis, according to company spokesman Jon Mills.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — The advance registration deadline has passed, but on-site registration is available, said Ryder. Full details about the event are available on the RVDA website, including an electronic version of the onsite program and a mobile app that puts all the convention details onto a smartphone or tablet.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — On Thursday, Sept. 26, 93 percent of Rocky Mountain National Park had reopened to the public. Fees at the entrances, campgrounds and backcountry will not be charged through the weekend.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Acting Chiricahua National Monument Superintendent Robert Love announced Wednesday that the entire Bonita Canyon Campground is now fully open. Portions of the campground have been closed since early July, due to the potential of significant flash flooding during the monsoon.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — For five years, Jerry Wheeler, owner of Sky Island Campground in Old Fort, has succeeded in frightening locals and out-of-towners with his Scare Island Haunted Trail. This year will be no different, writes McDowell News.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — The Augusta Chronicle reports that a petition drive was launched this week to restore an Army Corps of Engineers program that allowed non-profit groups to manage campgrounds at Thurmond Lake and other sites nationwide.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — A Big Storage is doing something unique; the owner will allow camper owners to pay in proportion to the space they are using. If they are only using a partial amount of the space, they only pay a partial amount of the total price, reports Self Storage Industry News.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Vacationer RV Park, a Sunland RV Resort property, is giving guests the opportunity to experience Oktoberfest in El Cajon for free. Courtesy of the event’s coordinators, eligible Vacationer guests will receive two free tickets to the festival.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — “We are pleased to end fiscal 2013 on a positive note with continued momentum in sales and earnings,” said Martin. “The recent actions we’ve taken to divest non-core businesses and expand our RV business through acquisition leave us optimistic about the future of Thor.”

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Brunswick Family Campground has been voted to have the most awesome family camping sites in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The recognition was given by Red Tricycle, whose mission is to “help busy parents have more fun with their kids.”

(Sept. 27, 2013) — Smoking pot in the privacy of your own home may now be legal in Colorado, but smoking it at your campsite isn’t, at least not if you’re camping in the White River National Forest, writes the Aspen Daily News.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — “Despite the rain, this year’s open house was a huge success with a remarkable number of RV dealers and OEMs visiting ASA,” said King. “Everyone was very impressed with our state-of-the-art facility and our new product offerings from all of our high quality brands.”

(Sept. 27, 2013) — “The Expo brand was created to give a unique identity to our annual event – one that differentiates it from other wholesale events in the RV industry, and truly communicates the scope and level of engagement that our dealers and suppliers can expect from NTP”, said Greg Boyd, president.

(Sept. 27, 2013) — “Marlene has proven to be a great leader and team builder and will help drive KZRV to even greater success in the marketplace,” said Zook. “She brings excitement, experience, product and market knowledge not to mention her outstanding dealer relationships are exactly what we need to keep the momentum going after the fall show.“

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