TRVA convention best in 39 years

(Aug. 17, 2012) -- “Over the past several years we have worked hard to create an event that successfully brings together our outstanding dealers and Texas’ best park operators," said McEwen. "While their businesses are very different, they share many common interests and serve the same constituents.  The success of this year’s convention sets the foundation for a new level of participation between RV dealers and many outstanding Texas RV parks.” 

Western governors looking for young advocates

(Aug. 17, 2012) -- The coordinator will develop an outreach campaign, leveraging social media, to promote the best, most interesting outdoor opportunities in the state to encourage young people and families with kids to get outdoors and be active.  Applicants should be between the ages of 18 and 25 and live or attend school in one of the following states: Colorado, Idaho and South Dakota. 

Super Mop ensures super clean up

(Aug. 17, 2012) -- This unique floor mop won't drip, leave streaks or turn moldy.  This is ideal for worry-free cleaning and storage. Made from super absorbent PVA, Shurhold's Super Floor Mop enables users to wring the mop out, resulting in less mess.  This high-quality mop is great for use on vinyl, tile, smooth concrete and wood.  It even cleans windows without streaking. 

New Cofair product’s stickiness creates a buzz

(Aug. 16, 2012) -- Quick Roof Extreme took three years to develop, and the next generation adhesive is made of a synthetic co-polymer which allows it to adhere quickly and tightly to just about every type of material in or on a recreation vehicle, said Kaplan. "Not only is it the most superior product for RV roof repair in the world, but Quick Roof Extreme is also able to stick to almost anything -- and that makes it an essential item for any RV toolbox," he added.

Hunting, fishing on the rise once again

(Aug. 16, 2012) -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation found that hunters nationwide increased by 9 percent while anglers grew by 11 percent. Nearly 38 percent of all Americans participated in wildlife-related recreation in 2011, an increase of 2.6 million participants from the previous survey in 2006. They spent $145 billion on related gear, trips and other purchases.