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Texas RV Park Provides Temporary Housing

Officials in Port Arthur, Texas, have eased restrictions on RV parks to allow for development of a new complex to help alleviate housing shortage in the aftermath of Hurricane Rita. The Beaumont Enterprise reported that the new travel trailer park will provide another...

RVBUSINESS.com Taking Holiday Hiatus

The RVBUSINESS.com website will be idle from Friday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Jan. 2 as our staff takes some time off for the holidays. We’ll be up and running on Tuesday, Jan. 3, delivering the latest industry news. We wish everyone a safe, relaxing and enjoyable...

Chalet Unveils Telescoping Truck Camper

Hard-sided foldout maker Chalet RV Inc., Albany, Ore., has weighed in for 2006 with the Oregon truck camper, a telescoping hard-sided camper the company says is the first in the industry. The top of the vacuum-bonded fiberglass camper drops 32 inches so that it...

Country Coach Stocks up Local Food Drive

Employees of Junction City, Ore., motorhome builder Country Coach Inc. contributed cash and food donations during a charity drive that will allow for the distribution of over 135,000 pounds of food to the local community. Participating in the Third Annual Food Drive...

Lance Offers Truck Camper for Sportsmen

Lance Camper Manufacturing Co., Lancaster, Calif., has released a truck camper targeted at fishermen and hunters. “It’s designed for people who enjoy sports activities as two guys or a guy and his two sons,” said Norm Jacobsen, Lance marketing manager. Featuring...

Leisure Travel Debuts Freedom II B-Plus

Canada-based Leisure Travel Vans (1999) Ltd. has introduced the 2006 Freedom II Serenity B-plus-style motorhome on a Dodge Sprinter cab chassis built by Mercedes Benz in Germany. With a body constructed of two pieces of molded fiberglass and a steel roll cage bonded...