(Oct. 15, 2018) — The Dometic RMD 10 is now also available for consumers seeking cutting-edge refrigerator functions and performance.
Day: October 15, 2018
(Oct. 15, 2018) — Nearly half of middle-class Americans face a slide into poverty as they enter their retirement, a recent study by the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — FRVTA has approved a $16,000 expenditure to test a state-of-the-art, high-tech Augmented Reality (AR) Pilot Project to examine the viability of RV technician “hands-on” testing.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — Winegard and Progress Manufacturing are teaming up to sponsor The VIP Experience at the upcoming Arrow Distributing Exhibitor’s Showcase.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — In the webinar, attendees will learn about legislation impacting pay in California, types of paid time off, and rules for paying employees.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — Summit Campervans, built by Wellhouse Leisure exclusively for Lowdhams, will make their debut on the Lowdhams stand in Hall 8 at the Motorhome and Caravan Show.
(Oct. 15, 2018) –Dicor Corporation, a division of Airxcel, has expanded the Vixen Composite sales team with the addition of Evan Sharpley as an account representative.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — Is there anything more iconic than a family trip to Mount Rushmore? Probably not, so this past summer we decided to check it off our bucket list. We had an amazing visit to this destination, but not everyone has the same positive experience.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — The New Connecticut Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized Gander Outdoors in Mentor for its display of the American flag,
(Oct. 15, 2018) — “We’re excited that this acquisition will allow us to increase our U.S. footprint and give EPI greater capacity,” said Jack Welter, CEO of EPI.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — If you enjoy exploring small-town museums as much as we do, make it a point to visit the friendly little town of Wytheville, located in western Virginia at the junctions of Interstates 77 and 81.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — This will be the final week for camping at area campgrounds because they will be closing on Monday. Temperatures and weather conditions are changing in this fall season. Winnebago Naturalist Lisa Ralls identified which grounds will not have camping.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — As campground event coordinator, Kary Hoffman said 15 campers participated by decorating with pumpkins, lights, ghosts and other decorations. While some had “full-out graveyards, or things to scare people, others had pumpkins, like one lady who offered a carving station.”
(Oct. 15, 2018) — The Holland Sentinel reports Saturday that campgrounds at Baraga State Park in Baraga County and Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Ontonagon County were shut down Wednesday by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — We’ve attended many Safari rallies because our first RV was a Safari. We presented our seminars at their 20th anniversary in Amana Colonies in 2008.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — Are you thinking of or planning to start full-time RVing? If yes, we say go for it! We began full-time RVing over four years ago and over the years we’ve learned a lot about life. Not just life on the road, but life in general. Here are five life lessons that we’ve learned while full-time RVing.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — On your way South, many RVers may well be going through Kentucky. You can enjoy the Kentucky Horse Park and the Bourbon Trail if you like, stop in to see the original Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin and, if you’re lucky, see the moonbow at Cumberland Falls.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — A potential development near Wabamun Lake has residents concerned for their own, and Parkland County property.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — The campground closed on Sept. 20 after the tent city group, Camp Namegans, settled in the campground for a tumultuous two-week stay. The group left the campground on Oct. 2, but it is still closed with park rangers manning the gate.
(Oct. 15, 2018) — When residents of the Riverview Campground went to bed Thursday night, all was normal. However, some of them were woken up as early as 3 and 4 in the morning to the sound of neighbors banging on their doors, warning them that the New River had risen high and risen fast.