Day: April 15, 2019

Rapido Group, owner of the Westfalia brand, signed a binding letter of intent last Friday to acquire substantially all of the assets related to the Roadtrek RV brand, Erie News Now reported.

“Optronics’ Purilite Light-Shield is the first technology to transcend simple surface-oriented decontamination methods and move toward cleansing the entire interior environment of a vehicle, including the air,” said Johnson.

On Monday, the province’s Erwin Hymer action center will launch in partnership with the local United Way two months after Erwin Hymer Group North America went into receivership and terminated all 850 workers in Cambridge and Kitchener.

Linkner’s presentation is set to deliver practical tools that can be used immediately to increase creative output and deliver bottom-line results, said Sisk. It will focus on channeling imagination to create game-changing drivers of growth and innovation.

Initially done administratively under the provisions of Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act, the program was converted into legislation by inclusion in the Natural Resources Management Act, which was signed into law in March. All entrance fees will be waived during National Park Week April 20-28.

Compromises on infrastructure issues at Five Island Campground have been reached. Three areas of sanitary sewer pipe will be repaired, and warranty will also be extended. The system will also be viewed with a camera before the warranty expires.

Ahead of a busy season for Buffalo Springs Lake, crews are busy making improvements to the lake, to make it more welcoming for families and people with disabilities.

Due to the heavy snow pack and an abundance of hazard trees, the Lodgepole Campground will not open next week as scheduled. This very popular campground will remain closed until May 22.

Getting rid of beetle-infested spruce trees at state campgrounds in the Mat-Su could cost more than $1 million. The State Parks superintendent for the Mat-Su area, Stuart Leidner, said the state is working to secure federal funding through the U.S. Forest Service for the project.

Normally, Louisville State Recreation Area has five lakes. Following last months flooding, park officials said it looked like it only had two. Now, the community has come out to help with the cleanup of one of Nebraska’s most popular state parks.

“I Love My Park Day” is a statewide event sponsored by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and Parks & Trails New York to enhance parks, historic sites, and public lands by raising awareness and visibility of the state’s outdoor recreation assets and their needs.

Dealers want to ensure their staff is informed on the finance options available for their consumers, as well as those available through the myriad of lenders the dealership has an established indirect relationships.

More than 100 sessions are planned to address all aspects of small business, industry trends and opportunities, collision repair, professional development training and advanced vehicle technology

“A lot of it is just getting the fire pits, picnic tables, the sites cleaned up, garbage and that sort of stuff, that have happened over the Winter. Opening the office and restocking it, and hoping we can turn the water on in time, but we need to make sure the ground isn’t frozen to do that,” Clare Agnew, Community Services & Events Manager said

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado offers a much bigger and more accessible dune field than any other unit of the National Park System. These are, in fact, the highest dunes in North America and have been protected since local residents successfully lobbied for a 1932 national monument proclamation.

Rural Pine River adds another travel trailer based business to the local economy with the introduction of Micah Eveland’s Blackline Conversions, just north of Pine River on Highway 371.

Dennis and Donna Steinman’s PlainsCraft Conestoga Wagons are more like the Winnebago of covered wagons; they’re intended for those drawn to glamorous camping, or glamping.

“For those fortunate enough to have worked with Debbie over the years, we have been privileged to witness not only her numerous accomplishments, but also her unassailable character as a person,” said Hendrickson.

RVDA webinar to address spring cleaning at work; MARVAC seeks candidates for open board seats; Fun Town RV hosts DFW RV Show inside AT&T Stadium April 19-21; and the NJCOA director visits Capitol Hill.

From learning about its small businesses to tasting its cuisines, Lemonis will explore the country’s offerings, but also learn the truth about his adoption that ultimately changed his life.

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