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Glamping Hub launces new version of host dashboard

The latest version of the dashboard includes a SmartCalendar feature allowing users to update and sync remote calendars. With the new version, Glamping Hub hosts will have a direct connection with Glamping Hub’s Support within the platform.

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Why remote workers are outperforming office staff

The article noted, “one study found that the number of people who say they cannot concentrate at their desk has increased by 16 percent since 2008. Also startling: The number of workers who say they do not have access to quiet places to do focused work is up by 13 percent.”

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2019 SEMA Launch Pad seeks young entrepreneurs

“The Top 5 finalists will pitch their business to a panel of iconic industry judges, who will determine the winner of the top prize of $10,000, a turn-key exhibit space with premium placement at the 2020 SEMA Show and free promotional support,” said Ridnouer.

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Dealer One’s Klimateshield helps reduce RV oxidation

ReNew is a proprietary “one-step” product that removes years of aging and oxidation by restoring old finish to a glossy and fresh look, Slicer explained, adding that it is a good add-on product for used inventory, consignments and selling in service department.

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IL: Friedrich Baumann named Navistar president of aftersales

Navistar International Corporation announced that Friedrich Baumann has been named president of Aftersales, a new role at the company. Additionally, Baumann will continue to be Navistar’s TRATON alliance liaison. Previously, Baumann was the company’s senior vice president, Strategy and Planning.

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Jayco introduces new Talon Platinum fifth wheel

“Our customers have asked for a more residential look paired with larger garage spaces and off-grid capabilities,” said Barth. “Talon Platinum provides customers with more of what they’re looking for and at a great price point as well.”

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N.C.: SylvanSport debuts Vast camping trailer

At first glance, the Vast travel trailer looks like a fairly normal, maybe even boring, piece of adventure gear. However, once you find the ideal campsite, owners can open the window, extend the awning, and slide out the kitchen. 

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