Greg Gerber

A journalist who has covered the recreation vehicle industry since January 2000, Greg Gerber founded RV Daily Report on April Fool's Day in 2009. He also serves as the editor of the publication and website. As an Eagle Scout, he has enjoyed camping for decades and has visited every state except Hawaii. A DODO -- Dad of Daughters Only -- to three young women, he has two grandchildren as well. He currently splits his time between Wisconsin, Texas and Arizona. Greg can be reached at

“In court this afternoon in Toronto, about half an hour ago, the company was placed into receivership, which is a form of insolvency,” an executive with Erwin Hymer Group North America told employees today. “The effect of that is a court order essentially terminates everyone’s employment effective today,” the executive explained, as reported by CTV News.”

Several employees and contractors have reached out to RV Daily Report this afternoon to say that all 800 employees have been terminated effective immediately. “They have messed with 800 or more lives and lied right up to the very end. There was no warning,” one employee said.

Today’s guest is Jeremy Greene, the RV Industry Association’s marketing director for trade shows and events. He describes the myriad of activities planned for RVX that is billed as the kick off to the camping season. From the educational sessions to The Reveal as well as a special toolkit for RV dealers, this is an event industry professionals will not want to miss.

Hardly a day goes by when RV Daily Report doesn’t get a question from an employee, a dealer, a supplier or a potential customer seeking information about the situation. I explain that although we pose questions to officials, the company stonewalls us, and we’re still in the dark along with everyone else.

“This 3500-pound tongue jack has an automatic retract and height memory system among its many features. The manufacturer provides a 12-month warranty, which gives the buyer peace of mind,” said Lents.

Rollin’ On TV released its latest episode today which features a review of the 2019 R-Pod, as well as a segment on common RVing mistakes.

David Basler will become vice president of membership and marketing, and Paula Horwitz will become the executive director of education and events, and of the ARVC Foundation.

This week’s guest is Peggy Brockman, the founder of the Breakthrough Business Academy, as well as an active RV owner. Brockman has been an online business coach for more than a year, and launched the Breakthrough Business Academy a few weeks ago. Her goal is to work with entrepreneurs and managers to help them break free from the self-limiting beliefs that keep holding them back or working to sabotage every effort they make to achieve success.

“The Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter checks the box on almost all of the items on our needs list when it comes to hosting an RV convention,” said Walker. “And one of the key things that keeps bringing us back is that the facility and the community extend a warm welcome to us each time.”

But here’s the really shocking part: after 18 years and literally billions spent trying to improve engagement, we have only managed to move the needle by four percentage points.

Spader has worked with individual businesses in a variety of industries around the world as a small business management resource provider and Spader 20 Group facilitator. He has also consulted and worked with associations and manufacturers.

“Over time, our goal is for the Wendlands to have the opportunity to travel in a variety of our models and floorplans so that they can compare them, answer questions from customers and provide valuable feedback,” said Elias.

“Given the fact that 80 percent of advertisers find it worthwhile to advertise in our guest guides, we know that we are raising the visibility of campgrounds and RV parks as economic engines in their communities,” said Schaeffer.

“We appreciate the detailed workmanship and innovation that our partners at Lazydays have incorporated into this unique RV and we can’t wait to let fans of all ages experience it for themselves,” said Khosla.

“These accomplishments are proof of their outstanding commitment to customer service and satisfaction,” said Ingrassia. “Not only do they elevate our industry, but on an individual level, each joins an elite group of certified personnel who have successfully met high professional standards.”

“Now that we’ve completed these two major milestones, we are eager to refocus on our own content, brand, and community of followers, which are all growing in very exciting ways,” said Caitlin Morton.

“This bipartisan legislation takes great strides in protecting our public lands and waters — which suffered greatly during the recent government shutdown — and delivers needed reforms that will enhance visitor experiences in our great outdoors,” said Wahl.

Simply asking, “What bugs you about this campground?” yields a wealth of information unavailable from an online survey. After staying at more than 300 campgrounds across the United States, here are four areas (and simple solutions) where guests wish campground owners would improve.

“We see many opportunities to leverage production technology, purchasing, R&D and product design across our global operations and Troy has the experience, passion and drive to lead these efforts,” said Martin.

“Randy Murray has a unique ability to connect with RVers with understandable explanations of service troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, and required repairs to their major investment in the RV lifestyle,” said Zagami.


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