Day: October 30, 2013

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “We are honored to be recognized by our dealers for this significant award and thank them for their support and partnership,” said Davidson.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Hot brakes are less effective than cool brakes and the hotter they are the less effective they become, ultimately to the point of being incapable of stopping the vehicle. Proper use of the retarder should eliminate that dangerous and harrowing experience.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — The Spokesman Review reports that Michael Sublie will not be back in court until January to face charges of obstructing a federal law officer and violating National Park Service noise restrictions during a September incident at Kettle River Campground in Kettle Falls.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — The Safford Ranger District of the Coronado National Forest will temporarily close Twilight Campground. The order is necessary to implement the new restroom construction project at the campground.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “The selection committee, consisting of past Canadian RV Dealer of the Year winners, were charged with the task to review numerous nominations and support letters,” said Hamm. “It is definitely not an easy task to choose one individual to be the recipient of this prestigious award. Nevertheless, ballots have been cast and we’ll have wait for the big reveal at Canada Night in Louisville.”

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Jenisch said: “In the third quarter, our employees achieved the best quarterly result of the year, with growth in all regions and continually improving margins. Our focus on building up the supply chains in all regions, the launch of innovative products in all target markets and investments in the emerging markets deliver convincing results.”

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Olivier commented, “Fiscal 2013 was a transformational year for ARI. We raised $4.5 million in a private placement transaction that was used to reduce our post-acquisition debt and are excited about our new relationship with Silicon Valley Bank, which we believe will be a critical growth partner for the Company.”

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Licking River Campground and RV Park, Pendleton County’s first private campground and RV park, officially opened the first weekend in October, reports The Falmouth Outlook.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Early Saturday morning, a fire destroyed a man’s trailer at the Lamplighter RV Park in Star Valley, reports the Payson Roundup. Firefighters kept the blaze from spreading into an elderly woman’s trailer next door, but hours later, she was found dead.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — On Tuesday evening, bigs and littles in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Grand Island program got a head start on Halloween when Rich and Sons Camper Sales transformed its showroom into a trick-or-treating haven, reports the Grand Island Independent.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — The Tennessean writes that more than three years after the May 2010 flood, some people are still living in campers and travel trailers on Chapmansboro Road just outside of Ashland City.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “There may be a time in all of our lives when we feel like we have everything going for us, or we feel like the deck is completely stacked against us. For some attending RVIA’s annual show, one of those times might be now,” Pletcher said. “Brian Holman knows how both of those extremes feel, and his life is a testimony to what it means to stay anchored to our faith no matter what, rain or shine, and emerge victorious.”

(Oct. 30, 2013) — A historic neighborhood in Houston is split over an RV parked in a vacant lot at Cleveland and Valentine, writes KHOU. Several neighbors have been complaining to the city, convinced that someone has been illegally living inside the vehicle.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — La Plata County is considering legal action against the owners of Five Branches Camper Park in Bayfield, three years after first notifying them of alleged building and land-use code violations, writes The Durango Herald.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — The 5000SD is capable of handling tongue weights of 3,500 pounds and trailer weights of 22,000 pounds. “These extreme weights are now carried by the Trailer Toad and not the coach. This offers motorhome owners new opportunities as far as trailer towing options are concerned without worrying about overloading the coach frame, suspension or tires,” said Nicholson

(Oct. 30, 2013) — The first-degree murder charge has been dropped against three men accused of a deadly beating at Wake’s Bush Park Camping Resort in May, reports WTVR.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “Savvy Senior” Jim Miller writes in the Huffington Post that the affordability, comfort, convenience and personal freedom RVs offer have made them immensely popular. He offers his tips on RV and camping options.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “It is great to see that we continue to have an increase in visitors to our parks,” Doherty said. “As our province continues to grow and prosper, our government will continue to look for ways to enhance our parks and improve on the experience for our visitors.”

(Oct. 30, 2013) — Spartan Motors, Inc. has announced that its Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend of $0.05 per share of common stock. The semi-annual dividend will be payable on Dec. 19, 2013 to shareholders of record at the close of business on Nov. 14, 2013.

(Oct. 30, 2013) — “We are confident that Lazydays RV and KOA, working together, will provide an unparalleled RV ownership and camping experience for guests,” Sheehan said. “KOA and Lazydays will also work together to increase awareness of our businesses among our respective customers.”


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