Day: November 2, 2018

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Cummins Inc. has announced that Garry Enyart, director of Cummins Mobile Generator Business, has been elected chairman of the board for the RV Industry Association (RVIA).

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts’ 2018 sales continued to surge in the third quarter with another double-digit same-park sales increase.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — ObeCo Inc. will entering the aftermarket with its announced partnership with ARC Representation and Consulting.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — The RVIA, along with other associations and businesses, testified recently at the ITC final injury hearing in opposition to antidumping and countervailing duty investigation on common aluminum alloy sheet from China.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Myers RV Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was recently awarded the Larry Coker Commitment Award at the 15th Annual ROUTE 66 RV Network Rally.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — SEMA presented its top honors during the annual SEMA Awards Banquet last night at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — The RV Industry Association’s trade mission to China kicked off with strong international participation with more than 70 in attendance.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Lazydays will be posting its quarterly earnings results before the market opens on Thursday, November 8.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Cummins Inc. announced record third-quarter sales and profits, spurred by growth in most major markets, and another large repurchasing of stock shares.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — The City of Seattle is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money to tow and dispose of unwanted RVs. Many see the expenditures as symptom of City Hall that doesn’t have its priorities straight.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Camping isn’t for everyone. For some, the idea of crawling into a sleeping bag on top of a foam pad on the ground, separated from the elements by nothing more than a thin tent wall, is nothing short of a nightmare.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Team RV Express recently combined the grand opening of its new recruiting and orientation facility in White Pigeon, Michigan, with a driver appreciation event.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Operations Manager Travis Creech says after the storm, their rental RVs and trailers were completely booked. Creech says they have had families in and out, either renting trailers or buying ones to move into permanently.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — It rained all day. And we’re getting pretty tired of it. But, we keep smiling because we know that it’s a pretty safe bet we won’t be seeing much rain during our upcoming four month trip to Mexico.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — As a public lands organizer with Arizona Wildlife Federation, I work to protect Arizona’s outdoor spaces. Our state has a strong State Park system that provides recreation opportunities to families across Arizona.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — First introduced at September’s RV Open House in Elkhart, Indiana, the inTech Sol was one of the most talked about trailers to be seen. Designed with ques from inTech’s popular Luna teardrop, the Sol is inTech’s first venture into the travel trailer segment.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Parts of Door County may be designated as a national park in the future. The proposal for The Grand Traverse Islands National Park includes 17 islands, extending from Wisconsin’s Door County to Upper Michigan’s Garden Peninsula.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Camping and bicycles go hand in hand. Whether you enjoy mountain biking through the wilderness or a leisurely ride over the campground roads, riding during a camping trip just feels natural. Besides, having a bike to get around town is great when you don’t pull a tow car behind you or don’t want to unhitch the trailer.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — Here at Curbed, one of my many jobs is to cover the camper beat. Sometimes I write about cute, affordable teardrops that—despite their diminutive size—can still sleep a family.

(Nov. 2, 2018) — The Abilene State Park has faced flooding issues, which prompted an evacuation for all visitors earlier this month. State park officials say the additional rain received today could keep the area closed for awhile. Including today’s rain totals more than 11 inches of rain have soaked the City of Abilene.


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