Day: February 10, 2016

(Feb. 10, 2016) — One of Cincinnati’s largest – and quietest – private companies has sold a major ownership stake in the company to get financial backing so it can acquire more recreational vehicle stores, Cincinnati Business Courier reported.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — A downed power line may have sparked a fire that torched several RVs in Mesquite, Fox 4 news reported.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — “We applaud HUD for working with ARVC and our industry allies at RVIA and RVDA to clarify the language in the HUD code so that federal, state and local authorities will no longer confuse park model RVs with manufactured homes,” said Bambei.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — “Up until now this prestigious award was kept strictly within the RV industry community,” said Moniz. “Now, we will bring this award mainstream to the general public in much the same way as the Motor Trend Car of the Year is promoted in the automotive arena.”

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The 219-site campground in Kingston, Nova Scotia is a popular vacation destination for Nova Scotia residents. It’s also highly regarded by Milford, Ohio-based Leisure Systems, Inc., which recently presented the campground owners with a Maple Leaf Award in recognition of their commitment and dedication to the Jellystone Park system.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Michigan is set to receive a $900,000 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conservation grant that will join Negwegon State Park’s two pieces.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The city of Plattsmouth, Neb. issued an RFP and Call for Proposals on Jan. 19 for the development of a new campground in the city and the response has been very encouraging, according to the city’s campground planning consultant, David Gorin of David Gorin Associates.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Feb. 20 is the first day to make camping reservations for the weekend of May 20, South Dakota State Parks’ Open House Weekend and traditional kickoff to the summer season.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Newly introduced legislation seeks to reduce the influence of nomadic recreational-vehicle owners on South Dakota elections.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Shurhold has introduced its new Serious Shine product, which makes short work of maintenance by cleaning, polishing and protecting in one step, a release from the company stated.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The Governor’s Office reports attendance at the state’s 39 parks was over 17.3 million in 2015, up from 15.6 million in 2014. It’s the third straight year attendance numbers have set a record in North Carolina.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The Columbia Falls, Mont., city council has agreed to go ahead with a study to see if a fish pond can be dug at River’s Edge Park. The first step in the process is to determine the soil type in the park, determine the water table depth and do some preliminary planning.

Feb. 10, 2016) — The state Parks Department has scuttled its idea to offer its property at Crystal Springs for private development after agencies and conservation groups protested that it could undermine the success of wildlife crossings along Interstate 90.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — An Edmonton, Alberta, fraudster with a drug problem was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison for stealing more than $700,000 from two victims who entrusted him to sell their recreational vehicles.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Developing self-contained holiday accommodation within an unused space was an option, but for many the early building costs are too much. As a result the low cost and high income benefits of starting a glamping business are being explored in Surrey, England.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — On Feb. 20, weather permitting, there will be a moonlight snowshoe hike at the Morefield Campground at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The annual Detroit Camper and RV Show celebrates its 50th anniversary this week with another year of special exhibits and events.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — The budget requests $3.1 billion to boost the National Park Service’s essential programs and operational needs by $250.2 million above the FY 2016 enacted levels.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — Spartan Motors today announced preliminary financial results for the fourth quarter of 2015. The company expects fourth quarter revenue of approximately $140 million, higher than previous guidance of $130 – $135 million.

(Feb. 10, 2016) — A planning application for a glamping site which would include yurts and shepherd huts in the Vale, Guernsey, has been deferred for amendments to the planning application.


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