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 editor@rvdailyreport.com.

The event, sponsored by RV Business, featured presentations from elected officials, including Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, as well as an address from syndicated economist Peter Morici.

Pick Up America focuses on ensuring the places and spaces their consumers enjoy, stay beautiful. The program’s first initiative is to remove a minimum of 5 tons of trash from public lands in the coming months.

Michael Moran to support southwest market for Outdoors RV ☀ Lippert Components restructures sales team

The guide offers more than 100 pages of average work unit times for the most functions RV technicians perform, along with service check sheets to serve as a reference for service managers and technicians.

With a decade of experience at the forefront of leadership and generational issues for a Fortune 50 company and a background in standup comedy, Havens speaks to a simpler way of looking at listeners’ own generational picture, ARVC explained.

“We have gathered speakers and experts from around the country to speak to our members on a variety of issues that affect resorts from marketing strategy issues to operational issues,” said Cornwell.

CEO Grant Whipple provides an overview of Winegard’s history and the products being developed today. Then Jeff Johnston visits the historic Sou’wester Lodge, a vintage trailer resort. Mark and Dawn Polk, from RV Education 101, will demonstrate how to replace an RV fan.

Hemmeler is the executive director and senior vice president of operations at the RV Technical Institute (RVTI). He will play a key role in establishing the institute’s new headquarters and training facility, as well as managing and executing RVTI’s strategic plan.

People who stay at a participating KOA campground May 10 can also extend their stay May 11 for just $20. Proceeds from Big Weekend activities are used to send kids fighting cancer, and their siblings, to Care Camps across the nation.

“My latest book, Marketing Your RV Park/Campground Online, gives anyone responsible for marketing a park the tools they need for developing and managing a successful online marketing program,” said Schmarder.

Raw Travel episode to feature Winnebago Navion • JR Products to represent PressurePro products • O’Dell to manage engineering for Optronics • Dometic partners with Tiny Idahomes

Howard and Pam Jaros conduct team inspections, and are strong proponents of joint inspection strategies. Howard focuses on the outside and mechanical aspects, Pam on the inside.

Mark Podeyn will examine what today’s trends means for a dealership and why the parts department may need refining. He will discuss the key behaviors customers are exhibiting and how a dealership should evolve to meet their needs.

“This strategy has proven critical in the current decreased volume operating environment in our recreational vehicle OEM segment, as it offset wholesale shipments that were down roughly 30 percent during the quarter as dealers continue to normalize inventory levels,” said Lippert.

Meyer Distributing adds Pig Absorbents to its product line • Equal-i-zer Hitch listed as one of the ‘coolest things made in Utah’ • Indie Campers to use Talkdesk to provide online customer service • LKQ gets exclusive rights to distribute Guniwheel product • Kinedyne appoints Perlstein to oversee marketing

“Sylvan Lake RV is proud to race the EasyStart 364 into the Canadian market in a big way,” said Doug Thompson. “We see what Micro-Air has done with the EasyStart in the United States and can’t imagine why we can’t do the same with Canadian marketing.”

Representatives from RVDA of Canada and CCRVC met with legislators to discuss the impacts of the steel and aluminum tariffs on the industry and the need for implementation of a fair tax regime for small private campgrounds across Canada.

The Rudy Tool works as a plastic wrench to open sewer caps whether they have slotted or square fittings. The device can also be used to turn on a standard 3/4-inch water meter.

More than 600 exhibitors will present a wealth of international premieres and innovations on 2.3 million square feet of exhibition space. The trade fair will feature more than 130 caravan and motorhome brands as well as 2,100 recreation vehicles, said Koschke.

Drawing on BBQ fare from both countries, the contestants will treat the judges and public to a sampling of meat from each competition category: Kangaroo, Wagyu Steak, Emu, Navajo Beef and Australian Lamb.

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