Dealers and their staff can learn about the deep connections between Tennessee, country music and the birth of NASCAR from moonshining expert Kelly Williams Jan. 21 to 23 at Caney Fork River Valley Grille in Nashville.
CEO Jim Hammill, chief financial officer Mark Weigel and chief operating officer Howard Stratton have been terminated effective immediately. An investigation was launched regarding financial impropriety.
The Class of 2019 RV industry inductees include Randy Biles, Jeff Few, Bruce Hopkins, Lance Wilson and Daryl Zook. The manufactured housing industry inductees include Dick Ernst, John Carey, Leo Poggione, Ray Broderick and Wally Comer.
A recent California Court of Appeals ruling should provide all that is necessary for dealerships to remain vigilant in their ongoing efforts to remain in compliance with rules, laws, regulations and legal mandates.
“With a shortage of sophisticated systems currently available in the United States, now is the perfect time to enter the market and offer RV parks a competitive platform to compete with global conglomerates, such as Airbnb and Booking.com,” said Illich.
Scott Kipp is the product manager overseeing IDS’ dealership management system and API integration with other applications. Don Miller is a senior business consultant overseeing the development of various reporting functions of the company’s software. They discuss the features of the software and explain how the detailed reports can help RV dealers and service managers stay on top of service orders to ensure customers are served promptly.
“We appreciate the relationship we have built with the Bloomberg team here in Boston over the past three years. RVs are a critical component of our robust economy and the Boston RV Expo kicks off the consumer RV show season in New England each year,” said Zagami.
“His talent and diverse experience bring a fresh perspective that is very much welcome in our industry. His passion is contagious, and his vision is the right path to keep us in touch with our dealers and customers far into the future,” said Clark.
In 2017, Sobel was recognized as part of the RV Industry Association’s inaugural 40 Under 40 class, and works one-on-one with sales professionals, training whole teams, and educating dealerships on how best to sell to today’s and tomorrow’s consumers.
This week’s episode of Rollin’ On TV acquaints people with Class C motorhomes, helps viewers find a great camp chair, and builds confidence by showing RV users how to tow their travel trailers the right way.
RVX Live will feature one-on-one interviews with notable industry leaders and outdoor celebrities conducted by Alan Taylor as they discuss the changing landscape of the camping and RV lifestyle, as well as the latest trends on new RVs and outdoor gear.
“Ranging from advertising, PR, social media to digital, this report will help you stay informed, as well as harness new tactics and information that could be helpful to your business,” Mahoney explained.
“The SylvanSport GO is not for everyone, but these award-winning dealers have found a way to leverage the quality, design and GO lifestyle to build their business,” said Hunter.
“Kyle’s deep dealer understanding and relationships, successful track record of leading multiple teams, vision, and industry experience make him an excellent choice for this role,” said Zimmerman.
“A state-of-the-art digital dash, push-button starting, integrated tow vehicle braking, and other features appropriately align the driving experience to what one would expect in a luxury car, and we are pleased to partner with Foretravel to bring the Iron Colt to market,” said Guillaume.
“Jamie’s diverse experience, achievement, and excellent relationships with our key finance and insurance partners make her well suited for her new role as we continue our geographic expansion,” said Fleming.
Tonight, Zagami and co-host John DiPietro will discuss the show, new RVs on display, planned seminar topics, campgrounds in New England and other topics about RVing.
These vehicles reduce the need for extra planning related to out of town or local travel, provide more options for service animals, and give owners comfort in knowing they’ll always have a wheelchair-friendly bathroom and sleeping arrangement, said Bhattacharya.
Sadly, we live in a very litigious society. You can’t say the wrong thing, do the wrong thing or, worse yet, have the wrong thing happen that you had no knowledge of — without getting sued. However, knowledge is power and business owners can take steps to protect themselves.
Tonight’s episode of RV SHow USA will explore what has happened to Good Sam, how Harvest Hosts has gone golfing, and talk with an RV lemon law lawyer.