Day: January 23, 2018

(Jan. 23, 2018) — “We have had many dealers tell us that we need to bring in a high quality ladder system that is user friendly, safe and reliable” says Jason Lents, RV/towing sales manager at Meyer Distributing.

(Jan. 19, 2018) — Join Terry Cooper, the Texas RV Professor, and Workamper News President, Steve Anderson as they share about the development of the National RV Training Academy and the Athens facility on Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. central time.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Black Book, a division of Hearst Business Media that provides industry-leading used vehicle valuation and residual value forecast solutions, has signed a partnership agreement with Autosoft Inc., a national dealer management system (DMS) provider.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — States Jayne Fairley, “This coach really offers you everything that a long time RVer might really want in their high-end diesel luxury motorhome.”

(Jan. 23, 2018) — “We highly value our customers and dealers. Their experience navigating our website and their ability to easily access information is important to us,” said Torklift President Jack Kay.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Parks owners Susan and Kyle Novotny received the award from Leisure Systems Inc. (LSI), the Milford, Ohio-based company that franchises 80 Jellystone Parks across the U.S. and Canada.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — One of the participants in CalARVC’s Software Education Day on Feb. 27, which is open to park operators across the country, is ResNexus, a 13-year-old reservation software company that helps over 2,400 properties run their business effectively.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — In 1973, 55-year-old James Dobson constructed a little building on McAllister drive in East Saint John.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — OMC’s Matt Carr said, “Hiring Brad Barley makes all kinds of sense. He is a RVIA-certified service technician with a long proven tenure in the industry and strong leadership skills.”

(Jan. 23, 2018) — The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced that Fields Spring State Park’s Tamarack Cabin will be open and reservable year round instead of only April 1st through Oct. 31 like before. This local addition to the central reservation system will go into effect Feb. 21.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — The former Ridge Run Campground in northeastern Lancaster County is undergoing a transformation into a resort of tiny houses, which are generally considered to be residential structures of less than 400 square feet.

(Jan. 23, 2017) — Owner Daniel Tuller says: “It’s all about being comfortable. Sheepskin is well known to help relieve the pressure points in the back, neck, shoulders and legs. Providing travel without friction or aching muscles.”

(Jan. 23, 2018) — The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are closed, but the museum and visitor center at Gettysburg are open, despite the government shutdown.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — The Helena Ranger District advises people to be aware of hazard tree removal occurring at the Cromwell Dixon Campground, located west of Helena at the top of MacDonald Pass.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Things are a little bit wild at Maple Springs Campground, and that’s just fine with new owner Andy Goemaat.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Events will be held throughout the day at the Au Gres City Campground and Park. People will be able to line up along the Au Gres River and watch side-by-side time-trial style races starting at 11 a.m.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Five parties are vying for the contract to manage the city of Winona’s Prairie Island Campground. In a few weeks, the City Council will decide who gets it.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Last Thursday the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) approved New York State’s plan to build a 91-site camping, equestrian and day use area at the site of the former Frontier Town in North Hudson.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — More than a year after a hurricane decimated the state park and the long list of setbacks that followed, Hunting Island has worked almost all the way back.

(Jan. 23, 2018) — Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield at 6424 W. Farm Road 182 is in a “soft shutdown,” according to its Facebook page. Visitors will be allowed in the park from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, but all other facilities, such as the Visitors Center, will be closed.


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