(March 22, 2012) -- “Maybe 30 percent of our customers were new buyers, which is a very nice number,” Gajewski said. “These shows definitely show us getting a good chunk of new customers.” “There was an increase in purchases by people who are all new to RVing, but ironically we also had more trade-ins than before,” said Petrie. “These are people who used to be into RVing and are now coming back in, which is the opposite of the last two years."
(March 22, 2012) -- SewiePig is a new RV part in the form of a plastic container shaped like a pig, with an underneath garage area that fits securely over any RV discharge hose to ensure their are no waste disposal “accidents."
(March 22, 2012) -- GNW Power Products introduces The Road Wave, an RV-mounted pressure washer system that gets its water from a fresh water tank, and its power from the RV's generator. Once connected into the output side of the RV water pump, The Road Wave will deliver 1.9 gallons per minute.
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(March 21, 2012) -- The RV Technician Distance Learning Program is offering two courses in March, the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association announced today. RV Water Heaters (Beta 6018) will run March 26 through April 22, and RV Plumbing Systems (Beta 6011) will run March 26 through April 29.
(March 21, 2012) -- The National Park Service announced yesterday that white-nose syndrome, an emergent infectious disease that has killed nearly seven million bats in North America, has been confirmed in two of its most popular units: Acadia National Park in Maine and Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee and North Carolina.
(March 21, 2012) -- RV adventurer and videographer John Holod will appear at two RV shows this month to show RVers and potential owners what kind of experiences they can enjoy in a recreation vehicle. The first is in Chicago March 22 to 25, the next is a lecture in West Chester, Penn.
(March 21, 2012) -- Parts of the city of Robinson received so much rain Monday night that residents of Flat Creek RV Resort had to be evacuated, reports KXXV.
(March 21, 2012) -- On Tuesday, federal prosecutors moved to dismiss their case against 65-year-old Elaine Kelly, co-owner of Hoot Owl Hollow Campground and RV Park in Dubuque, who was facing prison time for damaging a wetland while building the campground, reports the Omaha World-Herald.
(March 21, 2012) -- On Tuesday, the Fairmont Park Church of Christ in Midland was granted on first reading a temporary-use permit that will allow between 16 and 20 RVs to call the church's parking lot home while they visit the town for an outreach project, reports the Midland Reporter-Telegram.