Canada’s Tax Court ruled that American recreational vehicle manufacturer Jayco Inc. doesn’t have to pay a portion of the $11.4 million assessed in value-added taxes on its exports of RVs and parts. Mondaq reported that the ruling confirms that suppliers who provide or arrange freight services for goods they ship to Canada risk being liable […]
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts is continuing to expand with the addition of two new campgrounds in Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Pouch Cove, Newfoundland, Canada, according to a press release. Coming off record 2017 sales, Jellystone Parks recently made Franchise Business Review’s Top 200 list of award-winning franchise opportunities and moved up to No. 265 on Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list for 2018. […]
(March 20, 2018) -- Continuing our theme this year of seeking out places where the southwestern deserts and waterways meet, we drove the scenic drive that follows the Colorado River from the town of Parker, Arizona, up to the Parker Dam. Starting in Parker, we went up the California side of the river to the dam and then we came back down the Arizona side to Parker.
It’s been 25 years since Dodge upended the staid world for full-size pickup truck design with the 1994 model Ram 1500. In those days, Dodge was a distant also-ran to the Ford and GM trucks that dominated the market, and Chrysler felt it had nothing to lose by trying something radical. Three generations later, can […]
Truma demonstrates its iNet system, allowing RVers to operate all appliances from the app including controlling the heater and air conditioning system, adjusting the automatic climate control, and checking gas levels. To view the video click here or scroll to the right side of the RVBUSINESS.com home page.
(March 20, 2018) -- Longtime readers will remember that for over eight years we lived in an MCI bus that we stripped down to bare metal and then converted into a very comfortable home on wheels.
(March 20, 2018) -- Over the past week and a half, we stayed at two more California state beach campgrounds, took many more beach walks, and put up with more rain. Since we got to the coast the weather seems to be stuck in a cool, rainy pattern.
(March 20, 2018) -- Arlington explains, “Kansas doesn’t have to be a completely pass-through state but it’s up to each campground owner to encourage their guests to slow down to take it all in, or even return for future visits.”
(March 20, 2018) -- Jim Hackett, president and CEO, said: “Kiersten Robinson has proven herself a strong leader for transformational times and I have confidence that progress on modernizing our people systems and culture will accelerate under her watch.”
(March 20, 2018) -- Attendance for this event has already exceeded 300 attendees, the highest participation level ever!