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There are 2300 news items available that were published prior to July 2016. Showing 2071 through 2080:

Camping: The new economy vacation [View]
Source: Charlotte Sun
Published: Tuesday, May 12, 2009.
Summary: More using tents or RVs to save vacation bucks.

Taking Your Home With You [View]
Source: New York Times
Published: Wednesday, April 29, 2009.
Summary: To most people, frugal travel means getting around by foot, bike, bus and low-cost airlines. But for Randy Sturrock and Marianne Edwards, a Canadian couple in their late 50s, the RV is their preferred mode of inexpensive transportation.

Affordable Family Vacations [View]
Source: Concierge.com
Published: Tuesday, April 28, 2009.
Summary: That "savecation" word being bandied about? RV-ing could very well be one of the best ways to achieve it.

Commentary: John Madden's sweet ride [View]
Source: CNN.com
Published: Sunday, April 26, 2009.
Summary: You've undoubtedly heard that John Madden has left the football broadcast booth. What you may not have heard is that he's not leaving his bus.

Resort campgrounds grabbing bigger share of vacation dollars [View]
Source: Chicago Tribune
Published: Monday, April 20, 2009.
Summary: With the slumping economy and rising unemployment putting a death grip on travel budgets, a growing number of vacationers are turning to camping—without roughing it.

On the road, off the grid [View]
Source: Chicago Sun-Times
Published: Wednesday, April 15, 2009.
Summary: Suburban man sees country in custom camper

Earth-friendly recreational vehicles and accessories on the rise as consumers demand more green options [View]
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Published: Monday, April 13, 2009.
Summary: Living lightly on the planet is entering mainstream American culture as consumers demand eco-friendly products ranging from organic clothing to hybrid cars. Even recreational vehicle owners, a group of consumers not immediately associated with environmental responsibility, are jumping on the green bandwagon.

RV travel expected for Baby Boomers [View]
Source: Examiner.com
Published: Monday, April 13, 2009.
Summary: Despite the tough economy, Baby Boomers are expected to hit the road in recreational vehicles as part of their retirement experience.

It's a long road to Augusta [View]
Source: Sacramento Bee, CA
Published: Thursday, April 9, 2009.
Summary: Two families take a cross-country trip to the Masters in an RV.

RV Drivers Take Advantage of Low Gas Prices [View]
Source: News 14, NC
Published: Thursday, April 9, 2009.
Summary: North Carolina campground owners say business is picking up thanks to lower prices at the pump.

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