Day: July 26, 2018

(July 26, 2018) — Prime Time Manufacturing, a division of Elkhart, Indiana-based Forest River, Inc., will unveil its all-new Navi line of aggressively priced, light-weight conventional travel trailers soon.

(July 26, 2018) — CURT is expanding its hitch manufacturing capacity in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and consolidating Eau Claire and Philippines electrical manufacturing operations into one location.

(July 26, 2018) — This week’s guest is Claude Donati, the founder of Nexus RV in Elkhart. He was one of the first guests on the podcast when it started in 2014 and there have been lots of changes with the company since then.

Nexus used to build RVs and sell them directly to consumers, but last year the firm converted to a dealership model by partnering with dozens of RV dealers around the country. Donati explains what makes Nexus RV so unique on the market, and he describes how camping simulators to test each RV as though it was being used in a campground before it even leaves their facility. He explains who the company’s target market is for the motorhomes and announces plans to introduce a new model in September .

(July 26, 2018) — Airstream has introduced the all-new Basecamp X-package, which includes new premium features.

(July 26, 2018) — ORR leaders met with U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Steven Censky to discuss the essential role played by the department.

(July 26, 2018) — Dometic is offering free technical training at the Elkhart Open House.

(July 26, 2018) — Norcold’s rebate offer will provide $100 to a RVer that replaces any non-Norcold-branded refrigerator with a 6-cubic-foot or larger Norcold.

(July 26, 2018) — NAE/NWAN) announces that RV and Motorcycle Program Manager, Tom Johnson, has become a John Maxwell Team Certified Trainer.

(July 26, 2018) — Patrick Industries reported its financial results for the second quarter and six months ended July 1, 2018.

(July 26, 2018) — Revenue was $3.03 billion, an increase of 23.3 percent as compared to $2.46 billion in the second quarter of 2017.

(July 26, 2018) — The new Hitch Hotel — billed as the “world’s first expandable wheel-less trailer” — may be the most clever and compact model we’ve ever seen.

(July 26, 2018) — Giant redwood trees, towns exuding Gold Rush history, resorts packed with family activities, high Sierra lakes and views — all strung like jewels along Highway 4. And, this summer wonderland is just an hour or two from San Joaquin County.

(July 26, 2018) — It can be a pain finding a level spot when parking your Class B RV for the night. You stop, look at the angle front to back, side to side. Maybe walk back and use a level of a smartphone app. Then back to the front to put the RV in gear and repeat the process.

(July 26, 2018) — We all know that storage space is limited in RVs. So, many people are confused when they learn we use some of our precious RV space to carry a tent. After all, why would we need to carry a tent when we take our house nearly everywhere we go?

(July 25, 2018) — “Right now I have a house with three bedrooms but the kids are gone and I’m trying to downsize,’’ says Alsani, a quality-control inspector for furniture companies. “To me a tiny house is very, very attractive. It’s a state of mind; it’s not about how big you have it but the level of contentment and happiness.’’

(July 26, 2018) — Northwest Montana is many things to many people: home, a getaway, a wild place of adventure, the place you plant your heart and wait for the rhythms of nature to help it to grow.

(July 26, 2018) — Cowan said minor improvements to the lot at 6359 Station Street will involve removing the fencing, installing irrigation and placing picnic tables on the site. In addition, council plans to install “potential future development” signage on the property prior to the end of August.

(July 26, 2018) — Storms dampened the initial plan — RVing to Florida, buying a boat and setting sail — and Ryan and Stephanie worried about their family’s safety during the approaching hurricane season.

(July 26, 2018) — In all, Stallard estimates the project to cost $2.5 million. This includes: laundry facilities; showers and restrooms; Salmon Harbor buying all picnic tables and fire pit rings, plus installing WiFi and antennae, and planting trees and shrubs. Estimates call for 40 needed RV spaces to meet needs.

(July 26, 2018) — Harrison Village Campground and RV Park has new owners and they looking for someone to lease the adjoining restaurant on the property.


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