Day: February 16, 2017

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Meyer Distributing today released its 860-page 2017 interactive catalog and printed copies will be shipped to dealers before end of month.

(Feb. 17, 2017) — Let’s keep producing videos because that’s what people like to view. But, let’s do it in a way that conveys information essential to educating RV buyers about the features and benefits of the units their investigating without leaving it to their imaginations to figure it out themselves.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — In an attempt to combat sea level rise, the Assateague State Park in Maryland will eliminate eight campgrounds to make way for larger storm and tide barriers, Delmarva Now reported.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — “The RV Technical Education and Safety Conference has been called an RV academy, an RV school and a college for RVers, but the best description would be that it is a pure learning opportunity for any new or potentially new RV owner, any seasoned RV veteran, in fact, any RV enthusiast who desires to know more about everything RV,” said Cannon.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Dave Gray, the founder of Fifth Wheel Street, released the RV Tow Check 3.0 app for recreational vehicle (RV) owners, as well as RV and automotive dealers. This newest release includes two new user entry inputs for trailer weight ratings (TWR) and complies with the SAE J2807 guidelines.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Circuit of Wales in Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent, aims to become one of Wales’ top tourism destinations, with a world-class motorsports track and facility and a leisure and entertainment hub, Out & About Live reported.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Toronto Spring Camping & RV Show producers are gearing up to provide more fun and your best new RV shopping opportunity at the last RV & Camping Show of the season, Nasdaq reported.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Navistar this week recognized 34 top-performing suppliers with its annual Diamond Supplier Award, Yahoo Finance reported.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Registrations have been strong for Family Motor Coach Association’s upcoming “Rally In The Valley,” the Cincinnati-based motorhome owners organization’s 95th International Convention. The gathering is set to take place March 7 – 10, at Rawhide Western Town and Event Center in Chandler, Ariz.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — When Scott Swanson and his mother acquired a relatively undeveloped campground in Gila Bend 18 months ago, they knew it had potential as an affordable winter park for snowbirds.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The article offers three tote packing techniques, information about how to pack a cooler, ideas for picking the best campsite and tips to storing food to keep wildlife away.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — As yet another positive sign the RV industry is experiencing unprecedented volume, growth and popularity, the Seattle RV Show, produced by the Manufactured Housing & RV Show Association reports record-breaking crowds, held Feb. 9-12, at the Century Link Field Event Center.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — State officials are searching for answers as to why Montana State Parks, an agency hampered by staffing shortages and a mounting maintenance backlog, was not spending all of the funding it had available in recent years.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — In Indiana, Vice President Pence’s hometown has one of the top concentrations of skilled immigrant workers in the country. In Columbus, Ind., manufacturers and residents depend on open borders to move both products and people, but continued uncertainty over the Trump administration’s immigration policies is leading to some anxiety there.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — A 36-acre parcel In Moore Haven could be rezoned this year to commercial to allow a new RV park Representative for the applicant, Larry Bennett said they plan to have up to 10 units per acre.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Los Alamos resident Craig Martin discusses establishing a downtown gateway RV Park during Tuesday night’s County Council meeting held in Council Chambers.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Great Falls Zoning Commission tabled a proposed ordinance Tuesday that would allow home owners to park extra trucks, cars, boats and recreational vehicles on gravel pads within the confines of their property.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The controversy is the result of policies regarding the use of public lands, a subject near and dear to the outdoor recreation industry. America’s federal government has historically set aside a number of public lands for the enjoyment and recreation of the public, preserving them from commercial development.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — The Southern California deserts are a great travel destination for winter and spring, not only because of their incredible weather, but because they offer excellent opportunities for hiking, rock climbing and camping, a press release from reported.

(Feb. 16, 2017) — Of the campsites that can be reserved online, most in the ideal viewing area in Oregon – east of the Cascade Range – are already filled. Some sites remain as of this writing, but they won’t likely last for long.


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