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RV Daily Report
(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.
Greg Gerber, the founder of RV Daily Report, announced today that he will take over the publication again in January as the owner and editor. The new publication will feature a new logo, website newsletters, with enhanced coverage of the consumer market.
(Nov. 16, 2018) — RV Daily Report was No. 2 on the list. Its exclusive podcasts include interviews with business owners, managers, entrepreneurs and leaders in the RV and camping industry who tell their stories in their own words.
(May 28, 2018) — Happy Memorial Day from all of us at RV Daily Report.
(Jan. 17, 2018) — Mandy Holesh stresses that people must carefully consider weight and balance as they do these types of renovations. Kevin weighed the unit before they began the work, and weighed it repeatedly throughout the process to ensure it was safe and properly balanced.
(Jan. 10, 2018) — RV Daily Report is looking for our very own Paul Harvey or Uncle Fred type of individual or group of individuals that can spin a story and tell the history of their RVing experiences.
(Dec. 22, 2017) — RV Daily Report will stop publishing its daily newsletter today for a planned Christmas holiday break. Publication will resume Jan. 8.
(Dec. 22, 2017) — With this being the last day that RV Daily Report will publish for this year, we want close out 2017 by saying Thank You to our readers, advertisers and the “leaders” in our lives. We appreciate your business and support.
(Nov. 9, 2017) — Over the next few weeks, I will begin to share how Lady E and I will be working to address the many fences we need to mend. We believe there may be the need to build and rebuild full sections of our fence and to tighten things up in other areas. Some of this building and tightening up will done in private and other sections will be done in the open.
(July 27, 2017) — This week’s guest is Ronnie Garrett, the new editor of RV Daily Report who took over the publication July 1. She describes a little about herself and her background not only in journalism, but in RVing as well. Garrett outlines her vision for RV Daily Report and describes areas she thinks can be improved, such as adding more videos and publishing more unique stories and production of several “special edition” magazine-like publications that will be delivered online.
(June 13, 2017) — Garrett is a seasoned, award-winning journalist with 25 years of experience and a knack for immersing herself in an industry and covering it well, Gerber explained. A mother of five, Garrett is no stranger to camping. She still takes her youngest daughters, ages 14 and 15, on camping adventures every summer.
(June 1, 2017) — RV Daily Report Founder Greg Gerber announced today that an agreement has been reached to sell his publication and website to Terry Cooper, the Texas RV Professor, and his wife, Evada. The sale is expected to be finalized July 1. Terms were not disclosed.
(Dec. 13, 2016) — One of the RV industry’s largest manufacturers has threatened legal action against RV Daily Report following an opinion piece in November about product recalls and their impact on the RV industry.
(Aug. 11, 2016) — RV Daily Report will sponsor the webinar “Are You Ready for the New Chip Cards?” on Aug. 12, at 2 p.m. EDT. The webinar dissects the reasons why credit card companies have decided to change from swipe and signature transactions to chip and pin.
(Aug. 3, 2016) — The big story is the number of articles read on RV Daily Report last month, Gerber said. Google Analytics logged 231,900 page views, which shattered the previous record of 147,690 set in February 2011.
(Feb. 19, 2016) — “These are the locations at which I’m planning to park the RV, but I’m happy to jump in my towed vehicle and drive a few hours from there for a great story,” Gerber said.
(Feb. 15, 2016) — In 2016, when information travels at the speed of light, companies better be darned well certain the story they submit to the press is the one they want to tell. Once a press release is published in our newsletter, it will remain published. Period.
(Dec. 18, 2015) — The last daily newsletters to be published this year will be Dec. 18. The weekly editions will go out Dec. 19. Both publications will resume their normal schedules Jan. 4.
(Nov. 20, 2015) — Imagine my surprise when RV Business Publisher Sherman Goldenberg showed up at the end of the KOA Care Camps auction last night to present me with a special gift. He had outbid six other people in a silent auction to acquire a solid wood, laser-engraved toilet seat bearing the inscription “#1 For Good Clean Fun.”