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Dealers Worried About Trailer Shortages?

Some dealers have shifted from being worried that their inventories are too big to worrying that they might run out of travel trailers, according to an article in today’s (June 30) Wall Street Journal. Redwood Camper & Trailer Sales, a Salt Lake City area dealer,...

N.Y. State Increases RV Length Limit

Gov. George E. Pataki announced Friday (June 27) that New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Joseph H. Boardman and Thruway Authority Executive Director Michael R. Fleischer signed blanket waivers authorizing RVs up to 45 feet long to travel on...

Gilman Resigns from Camping World

Mark Gilman has resigned his position as president of Camping World Inc. (CWI), the Bowling Green, Ky.-based retailer of RV-related aftermarket parts and accessories. CWI is a unit of Affinity Group Inc. (AGI), as is RV Business and RVBUSINESS.COM. Gilman worked for...

RV Owners’ Satisfaction Ratings Strong

The RV industry is maintaining strong overall consumer satisfaction levels, reveals a recently released study of 8,300 RV owners commissioned by the Go RVing Coalition’s Committee on Excellence, according to a statement issued today (June 27) by the Recreation Vehicle...

Rusk, Tex., Considers RV Rally Park

An executive from Nacogdoches, Tex.-based Foretravel Motorhomes Inc. proposed on Wednesday (June 25) the idea of an RV rally park to officials from the east Texas town of Rusk, according to the Jacksonville Daily Progress. Paul Tinkle, manager of manufacturing...

RV Lifestyle Feature on CBS Friday

Another feature about the RV lifestyle will be nationally broadcast Friday (June 27) on the CBS Early Show, which taped a segment during last week’s Great North American RV Rally in Louisville. Barton Gilanelli & Associates, public relations agency for the...

Henderson Resigns from Outdoor Resorts

Randall Henderson, a co-founder of luxury RV resorts firm Outdoor Resorts of America (ORA), will resign effective Friday (June 27). Henderson, 65, ORA’s president and COO, decided to leave the company he spent 34 years developing and managing so he could spend more...