Day: November 26, 2013

(Nov. 26, 2013) — WiFiRanger Sky delivers an all-in-one, factory-installed WiFi solution consumers on the go. Designed specifically for MITO’s OEM market (RV, marine and transit), WiFiRanger combines durable engineering and increased security with signal-boosting technology from 2,500 feet, creating the best connection for outdoor use.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “We are pleased to present the re-imagined Element for the first time to dealers at the show,” said Boessler. “The original Element introduced sleek, aerodynamic design to RV enthusiasts. Now we offer the same style, and luxury at a more affordable price.”

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “Thor Motor Coach diesels have made a 25.8 percent market share increase in 2013,” said Gudger. “This market increase exemplifies our commitment to product development and new floorplans. We’ve listened to our retail customer and our team has done a tremendous job developing products that meet their needs.”

(Nov. 26, 2013) — The Marion Volunteer Fire Department responded to a camper fire at the Confederate Drive RV Park, and Chief Scott Stokes says they’ve narrowed down the reasons that could have caused the blaze, reports WTOK.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — The company is introducing its newest acclaimed partners and sponsors featuring value-added perks for members. RV enthusiasts will also be able to take advantage of frequently updated exclusive deals and discounts on dining, shopping, attractions, events and more in their local area and across North America.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “Michael Rees and his team at A World of Training understand the educational needs of our industry and have been valuable partners in the efforts of the RV Learning Center for some time now,” said Pastore. “This donation is just one more way they are showing their support for high quality, affordable industry education.”

(Nov. 26, 2013) — Ray Taylor, founder of Raytek Inc. in Petersburg, expanded his company’s services last year when he began spraying polyurea on the roofs of recreational vehicles, reports the Richmond Times Dispatch.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — As the most expensive city in the country gets even pricier, New Yorkers are taking drastic steps to survive the most brutal real estate market in the United States, writes the Los Angeles Times. They are ditching sky-high rents and buying secondhand recreational vehicles.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — On Monday, organizers of Dover’s Firefly Music Festival announced that next year’s event will run June 19-22 at the Woodlands of Dover International Speedway, reports newszap.com. Shows will start Thursday afternoon instead of Friday for the third annual event.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — Sunland RV Resorts’ five San Diego area properties have announced that they will be public donation locations for the 2013 Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation gift drive. Collection kicked off Nov. 25 at each of the resorts and will continue through Dec. 20.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — Cookeville recently made the gold seal in the Tennessee Valley Authority-sponsored Valley Sustainable Communities Program. Melinda Keifer, city economic development coordinator, credited the Cookeville Unplugged program for pushing the city to become one of the communities invited to take part in the program, reports the Cookeville Herald Citizen.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — On Monday night, the Springfield City Council voted to ease the restrictions for on-street parking of recreational vehicles, campers and boats in neighborhoods, reports The Register-Guard.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — Rieke Corporation, a subsidiary of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based TriMas Corporation, will invest $7.5 million to equip its existing 73,360-square-foot facility in Hamilton. The expansion will create up to 15 new jobs, and will allow the company to expand its capacity and capabilities, better serving its customers.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that nine officers were injured Sunday night in a meth lab fire at the All Seasons Campground in Estill Springs.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “We attend a lot of state association tradeshows over the course of a year and I remain extremely impressed with the campground owners of this state and their obvious commitment to growing their businesses. These folks are always looking for ways to gain a competitive advantage!” said Carr.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — On Monday, SylvanSport announced Greig Heil as the grand prize winner in its Coolest. Camper. Ever. Adventure Contest, winning a GO pop-up camper loaded with outdoor adventure gear from eight different sponsors.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “When looking ahead six months, consumers expressed greater concern about future job and earning prospects, but remain neutral about economic conditions. All in all, with such uncertainly prevailing, this could be a challenging holiday season for retailers,” said Franco.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “Manufacturers are very excited about our online floor planning capabilities with next-day funding,” Ford said. “And dealers may benefit from a deferred interest program designed to preserve cash flow by matching the payment of interest to the sale of inventory.”

(Nov. 26, 2013) — “One of the top reasons Cruiser RV has maintained top position in our offerings is that they are innovators — always ahead of the curve. They bring out new features and lead the pack. Their recent upgrades to the ViewFinder Signature are amazing with more eye-catching curb appeal,” said Correa.

(Nov. 26, 2013) — At 20-feet long, the Travato is agile, while still offering a full-feature RV experience that is perfect for the adventurous explorer, the company noted in a press release. The 59G, featuring the Ram ProMaster chassis, will please value-conscious enthusiasts with its fuel efficiency.

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