(Oct. 15, 2014) — “The biggest advantage we have over other dealers is our people,” said Lichtsinn. “Our product knowledge is surpassed only by our responsiveness to customer needs. We do what we say we will do and deliver on promises when we say something will be ready.”
Day: October 15, 2014
(Oct. 15, 2014) — A hearing takes place Oct. 27 to compel a Camping World business associate to turn over long-awaited evidence in a civil case brought by Gigi Stetler, owner of RV Sales of Broward, she told RV Daily Report today.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — “If the RV is being used for commercial use or the furthering of a business and weighs more than 26,000 pounds, then the driver must fill up with diesel fuel taxed at $0.26 per gallon,” said Harding. “Any situation where the RV is being used to help an individual or a business make money can be defined as commercial use.”
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Berto will be based in the company’s corporate headquarters in Orlando and work directly with each business unit president and head of sales to solidify various pricing strategies in domestic and international markets.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Residents were divided Tuesday night during a meeting in Council Bluffs, Iowa regarding the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ project to create 51 full hookup campsites.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Leads are rotated within team members and can be passed on at will. One lead master is assigned and all leads are delivered to that person so he or she can keep track of rotation and delivery.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — The Board of Directors of Cummins today declared a quarterly common stock cash dividend of 78 cents per share, payable on December 1.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Flexsteel Industries today reported record first quarter net sales and net income. The financial highlights include net sales increasing 4 percent to $109 million and purchasing a distribution facility for $24 million.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — “Expectations of decline were largely premised on indications of some easing in motor vehicles sales from the August surge,” said Ferley. “This was confirmed with the motor vehicle component dropping 0.8 percent though expectations were for a drop closer to 2 percent.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — A motorhome door not closed properly is believed to have led to the death of a 64-year-old Queensland, Australia ‘grey nomad’ on the Great Eastern Highway near Hines Hill in the Central Wheatbelt on Tuesday afternoon.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — “We are excited to partner with KPA to further awareness of environmental, safety and human resource best practices among our members,” said Ingrassia. “We are confident that KPA will have a positive impact on the resources and tools available to our members.”
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Elddis has announced a brand new motorhome for 2015 – the Elddis Encore. Coming in two layouts for 2015, the four-berth Encore 255 and two-berth Encore 275, both of which are built on a Peugeot Tempo Libero low-line wide-track chassis providing a sporty look and improved road handling, personify luxury.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — “We have always been, and always will be, open and dependent to dealer input,” said Cochran. “In this way, we give ourselves the best of all worlds; the continuous evolution of value-added features and options coupled with Northwood’s time-tested quality, making for an unbeatable combination in the marketplace.”
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Striking workers at a new automotive parts distribution center for Navistar in Hamilton, ON told CBC News they’re optimistic about returning to the bargaining table Tuesday, three weeks after they walked off the job.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Gov. Peter Shumlin told VT Digger great weather and targeted advertising, with more than $300,000 focused on the fall season alone, prompted a strong summer and foliage tourism season in Vermont.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Companies are catering to outdoor enthusiasts by making an expanding number of products that protect smartphones from hard falls and water and keep electronic devices charged up for as many hours as possible.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — Wayne Parker in RV sales noticed that family fun and recreation isn’t taking a back seat to this latest dip in the economic indicators that have folks in other industries concerned.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — The Great Recession was the significant component in the RV industry losing out on sales and jobs. RV sellers and manufactures said there’s an uptick in sales, which is leading to job opportunities in the RV business.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — During the recession the Mobile Home industry struggled to survive. Now, it is on a four-year uptick but things could be better if the affordable housing shortage in America could cling to mobile homes.
(Oct. 15, 2014) — The Great Recession, which technically went from December 2007 through June 2009, wreaked plenty of havoc, and five years later, it still leaves many shaking their heads. The RV industry workers in Elkhart, Ind.