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News briefs for April 12, 2019

Three people appointed to RVIA board positions; Canadian RV Association to host annual meeting May 15; RecPro becomes a branded sponsor of Rollin’ On TV; ARVC seeks campgrounds to join its Plan-It Green program; and registration closes today for RVIA workplace safety seminar

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Torklift’s Jack Kay describes opportunities in Podcast 236

Jack Kay, the CEO of Torklift, believes that opportunity in the RV industry is unlimited. All it takes is for companies to listen to what people are actually saying bugs them about products or verbalizing what they wish existed – and then go about making it a reality. He recognizes that even though Torklift is an American company that makes its products in America, if RV companies don’t work to disrupt themselves, then others will come in and shake things up anyway. That’s the power of a global economy.

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New Rollin’ On TV episode explores new RV trends

On this week’s episode of Rollin’ On TV, the staff takes a look at some of the new trends and changes they are seeing in RV design for 2019 and beyond. Mark Polk with RV Education 101 reveals a checklist people can use to prepare their RVs for spring use.

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Ohio RV dealer’s son, 12, becomes accredited journalist

Student reporters, age 10 to 14, who are involved in the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps cover “news for kids, by kids.” They write about current events, breaking news, entertainment stories and sports events from their hometowns and on the national stage. He writes for an audience of 25 million students.

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News briefs for April 10, 2019

NAE/NWAN launches new powersports service contract program, Winnebago reps engage Escapees in Tucson, four firms join National Park Hospitality Association as associate members, and nearly 80% of people use shopping apps at home.

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Registration opens for RVDA convention

“The convention/expo is worth every penny. I am a very small dealer and I find I could never get the advice, knowledge, or expertise on my own,” said Gloria Morgan , owner of The Trail Center in North Charleston, S.C.

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News briefs for April 8, 2019

All in Caravaning returns to Beijing in June, NTP-Stag adds Planetary Design products to accessories category, Army veteran left homeless by California fires seeks to replace fifth wheel, Arizona ARVC to host convention April 16-17, and RVRA to survey rental dealers about market trends, outlook.

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Mark Douglass warns campgrounds, dealers about ADA accessibility on Podcast 235

Mark Douglass, the founder of RVing Accessibility, has a compelling story to share as someone who was once confined to a wheelchair. As a result, he is an expert in the intent of the law, and the mechanics of how businesses need to make their facilities accessible to people of all abilities. Mark explains just how big a problem it is for the RV and outdoor hospitality industries, and he describes some common issues business owners face because they either aren’t aware of the law or think it doesn’t apply to their companies.

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