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Tom Raper Awards Winner in ‘Ugly RV’ Contest

August 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Tom Raper RVs GM Ed Unger presents a check for $1,000 to the“Ugly RV” contest winner James Thompson III and his friend Vickie Caskey in front of “The Pickle” Tom Raper RVs General Manager Ed Unger presented a check for $1,000 today to James Thompson III of Richmond, Ind., as the owner of the winning recreational vehicle in the “Ugly RV” contest. Thompson delivered the winning RV, a bright green 1983 Fleetwood Southwind motorhome which his family has named “The Pickle,” to the... Read more

EverGreen RV Rolls Out New Element Floorplan

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EverGreen’s new 28RLSS Element trailer EverGreen Recreational Vehicles LLC has introduced the 28RLSS floorplan in its Element travel trailer line, offering lighter weight and spread axles for easier towing, and an affordable price point. According to a press release, the 28RLSS model features EverGreen’s signature vacuum bonded components with a DuraLite double-welded aluminum structure. Smooth, low-drag fiberglass caps contribute to the aerodynamics for easy towing and improved... Read more

Carefree Showcased on ‘Manufacturing Marvels’

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Carefree of Colorado announced the company will be featured in a segment of “Manufacturing Marvels” on the Fox Business Network. According to a press release, the segment will air 8:30-8:44 p.m. CST on Aug. 27 . Filmed at Carefree’s Broomfield, Colo., headquarters and manufacturing facility, the spotlight features a behind-the-scenes look at the longtime industry supplier. “We are proud that ‘Manufacturing Marvels’ chose Carefree to be part of this outstanding production,”... Read more

La Mesa RV Earns ‘San Diego’s Best’ Distinction

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La Mesa RV Center, one of the nation’s largest multi-location RV dealerships, has been selected “San Diego’s Best RV Sales and Service Company” by readers in a San Diego Union Tribune poll. According to a news release, this is the second year in a row that the dealership has been named to the honor. La Mesa RV opened for business in 1972 during the height of the oil crisis that led to skyrocketing gas prices, gas shortages and rationing. It wasn’t the best of times to start a company that... Read more

Foremost Transport Inc. Appoints Hooley as VP

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Brad Hooley Foremost Transport Inc. announced that Brad Hooley has recently been named vice president. Headquartered in Goshen, Ind., Foremost Transport also has operations in Fitzgerald, Ga., Perris, Calif., and Pendleton, Ore.  According to a press release, Hooley brings more than 30 years of management experience to the Foremost team, having held a variety of positions at Supreme Corp., most recently as director of information technology. In his new role, Hooley will manage all aspects of company... Read more

VIDEO 1: Rollin’ On TV Crew Visits Jayco Plant

August 26, 2014 by · 1 Comment 

Today’s video comes from WSBT TV offering an inside look at a “Rollin’ On TV” film crew shooting a segment in a Jayco Inc. production plant at the builder’s Middlebury, Ind., campus. ROTV is a nationally aired show dedicated to the RV lifestyle. To view the video click here or scroll to the right side of the RVBUSINESS.com home page.  Read More →

Blue Ox Introduces New Motorhome Sway Bars

August 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Blue Ox motorhome sway bar Blue Ox has introduced a new new line of sway bars for the motorhome chassis market. “With the addition of sway bars we now have a complete line of chassis performance products that will drastically increase the ride comfort of most motorhomes,” said Ellen Kietzmann, president and CEO of Blue Ox, in a press release. Sway bars are designed to eliminate the excessive side to side movement which is often times referred to as body roll.  This can be particularly noticed... Read more

S.C. Parks Move Toward Being Self-Supporting

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Amid record attendance and with revenues up $4 million over four years, South Carolina’s state parks are well on their way to paying their own way for the first time in the eight decades since the first park opened. For the fiscal year that ended in June, the 47 parks and historic sites in the South Carolina system brought in $24 million — enough to pay for 90% of ongoing operations. Making the parks self-sustaining has been a goal of Duane Parrish, the director of the state Department of... Read more

PRVCA Expects Record Draw for ‘Industry Days’

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Organizers for America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pa., are anticipating the largest attendance ever for this year’s Industry Days, set for Sept. 8-9. Public Days are slated to run Sept. 10-14. The host Pennsylvania RV & Camping Association (PRVCA) reported that 1,300 of the newest RVs will be on display. Industry Days also allows attendees to spend quality time with manufacturer reps and take advantage of affordable education events. This year’s show includes a variety of RV technician... Read more

RVDA Provides Update on New Arbitration Rules

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The American Arbitration Association (AAA) recently overhauled its consumer arbitration rules and will begin requiring businesses to submit their arbitration clauses for review and inclusion in its newly created consumer clause registry. Businesses’ clauses will be reviewed for compliance with the AAA’s recently amended rules, which spell out in much greater detail the procedures it uses in settling disputes. According to the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA), any RV dealership or... Read more

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