For some of us, until things hit home, we just don’t understand the dangers of texting while driving. We don’t get it. We do not feel it until it is right in our face. Well, it is in our face here at MBA Insurance. For one of our close personal friends at MBA, it has hit home.
American entrepreneur Henry Ford once said, “Failure is an opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.” I see my return to the editor’s position as an opportunity to transform RV Daily Report into a game-changer for the industry as well as for RV users.
(Sept. 29, 2018) — Human relationships are difficult, and they are messy. They always have been and likely always will be. It is because of sin and the problem has been around since the beginning of time. America thought it had the answer in the 1960s. But, a crazy thing happened on the way home from the Sexual Revolution.
(July 20, 2018) — Jennifer Maher of Tech-Force Foundation, a nonprofit focused on “Driving Tomorrow’s Workforce of Technicians,” suggests, “No one entity can fix the technician shortage problem. We all must row in the same direction.”
(May 18, 2018) — Ignore the fact that there has not been one reported case of food poisoning from free coffee or free popcorn; it’s the possibility that it could happen that has local officials sniffing out free food everywhere.
(Jan. 11, 2018) — If the dealership is unsure as to whether a consumer is protected under the MLA, they may secure this information from any of the three major Credit Reporting Agencies, or go directly to the DOD website at: https://mla.dmdc.osd.mil/mla/
(Dec. 5, 2017) — Attending the 2017 RVIA National RV Trade Show Louisville and visiting with the manufacturers and suppliers got me to thinking about the King Ranch in Texas and how similar these two entities are.
(Nov. 29, 2017) — Those in attendance at today’s RVI Leadership Prayer Breakfast, held from 7-8:30 a.m. in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, heard from Davey Blackburn, who told attendees that nothing is wasted. God brings triumph even in our tragedies.
(Aug. 29, 2017) — Hurricane Harvey will expand what has already been a record-breaking year for the RV industry. Coming to the aid of Americans impacted by a terrible storm is noble and honorable. However, imposing junk on vulnerable consumers during a time of intense need is a completely different matter.
(Aug. 15, 2017) — To those of us living full-time in our RV and traveling from coast-to-coast, a “home” is, well, anywhere we wish. However, there are those pesky rules in the United States that demand proof of citizenship in a specific state to vote, register your vehicles, get a license to drive on the country’s roads, pay taxes and for certain citizens, receive healthcare insurance benefits.
(July 6, 2017) — Groucho Marx once noted, “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.” Corporate politics is no different. Pull up a chair and grab some popcorn, folks. This circus will be highly entertaining.
(July 1, 2017) – This is exciting news as I venture into an industry that is new to me as an editor, but into a lifestyle that is part of my DNA. I grew up in northern Wisconsin, where as a youngster I first camped in tents, even as the snow fell; then in an old van my parents had modified for camping; and finally, Christmas arrived for us, and we began camping in a fifth-wheel.
(June 30, 2017) — As I hand over the reins of RV Daily Report tomorrow to new owners and a new editor, I am pleased with what I’ve accomplished over the past 17 years. I have changed forever how information is disseminated within the industry.
(June 26, 2017) — ORIR calls upon the Trump Administration and Congress to support and protect outdoor recreation on federal lands and waters with a sound and innovative budget for the federal land agencies that are charged with protecting and providing access to America’s Great Outdoors