“You will see some changes in layout and functionality as we push the new website live and work to fix anything we broke in the process,” he replied. “Some of the new menu items lack content at the moment, but that will all be fixed by Jan. 7.”
In 1963, Pepsi hired a young advertising executive named Alan Pottasch to address the issue of Pepsi’s brand ethos. It was indecisive and directionless — a fragmented shell of what it would need to become to take on Coke.
(Dec. 18, 2015) — As people and businesses owners seek charities to support, RV Daily Report offers this list of RV-related organizations that are established IRS-recognized charitable organizations, which mean cash donations to the groups are fully tax deductible.
(Dec. 21, 2018) — RV Daily Report readers will unwrap a special gift when they return from the holidays. Monday through Friday, the newsletter will still focus on industry news, however, the weekend edition is in for a big change as Gerber plans focus it on consumer-related stories.
(Dec. 21, 2018) — “This is my favorite giveaway of the year,” said Lori Gilson, marketing manager. “It’s fun to see Fastway fans across North America participate, and win trailer gear that takes the stress out of towing.”
(Dec. 21, 2018) — U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski applauded House passage of legislation making important tax-related changes, including a commonsense fix Walorski championed to provide fair tax treatment for the recreational vehicle (RV) industry.
(Dec. 21, 2018) — Investigators say the former general manager of R.V. Peddler, Ken Searcy and owner Faye Moreno took trailers on consignment, sold them, and never gave the original owner the money or the new owner the title to the RV, KGET-TV reported.
(Dec. 21, 2018) — Stewart’s RV donated two trailers to families in Paradise three weeks ago with plans of driving down many more. They also stocked the RVs with donations like quilts for the families. They have a trip planned to drop off two more trailers by the end of the week.
(Dec. 20, 2018) — Eagle One, a $300,000, 38-foot 2006 Georgetown motorhome, is a shrine to the Philadelphia Eagles National Football League team, a passion of its owner Patrick Moeller.