(Nov. 5, 2012) -- "Traditionally, we have taken part in Good Sam events in the past," said Lay. "This year, their rally was in our trading area and we would have expected to take part in the rally as we have in the past. After reading some stories, it became clear that their intent was to take the event private and exclude other dealers. We thought it would be in the best interest of our own customers to conduct our own rally so we could be there to support them."
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- Things are hopping at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum complex in Oregon, where construction crews have broken ground for a new chapel, campground, Scout memorial and adventure park, reports the McMinnville News-Register.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- Hayes Brake Controller Company today introduced the Blackbird electric trailer brake control device, which the company considers to be the "ultimate in digital time-based trailer braking" that puts big power in the hands of RV users.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- Councilor Geoff Evans says the Marlborough District Council's new freedom camping bylaw is discriminatory against rural people, reports Stuff.co.nz.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- In Rhode Island, the Department of Environmental Management announced that Misquamicut State Beach in Westerly, East Beach State Beach in Charlestown, and the Charlestown Breachway Campground are closed due to public safety concerns.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- The suit accused Texas Advertising of "unlawful interference with Southeast's advantageous and contractual business relationships and misappropriation of Southeast's trade secrets," according to court documents obtained by RV Daily Report. The suit sought injuctive relieve as well as at least $75,000 plus attorney's fees and court costs from Texas Advertising as a company and from Brian Schaeffer, president of Texas Advertising, as an individual.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- Under a rules change announced by Gov. Susana Martinez's administration, campers at New Mexico's state parks will only be able to remain in a park for 14 consecutive days during any 20-day period starting in April 2013, reports KFDA.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- An article in The Sun describes the stay with Keycamp in France featured three nights sleeping in a tree house.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- International supply chains enable American consumers to select from a large range of products and services at attractive prices. But the Arizona Daily Star writes that one casualty of extended supply chains is service.
(Nov. 5, 2012) -- MySteinbach.ca says police are looking for public assistance in locating an orange Kubota L2900 tractor, a blue Komatsu PC128 UU excavator and other electrical components that were taken from the proposed campsites near Richer, Manitoba.