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There are 2300 news items available that were published prior to July 2016. Showing 2151 through 2160:

Wow trumps woe at RV show in Pomona, Calif. [View]
Source: The Press-Enterprise
Published: Monday, October 13, 2008.
Summary: Manufacturers and dealers said that now is the time to show off the new goodies and that there are still sales to be had during the event, which runs through Oct. 19 at the Fairplex.

Campers pack RV lots despite economy, gas prices [View]
Source: The Anniston Star
Published: Friday, October 3, 2008.
Summary: Despite a wheezing economy and staggering gas prices -- Alabama has the ninth-highest in the country -- campers will pack all RV lots flanking the speedway with everything from pristine motor homes to dusty tents, oak-burning campfires to space heaters and T-bone steaks to Beanie Weanies.

Family man [View]
Source: Times Union
Published: Wednesday, October 1, 2008.
Summary: Tired of leaving behind his wife and children, he got the RV. Now, his work -- and his family --go with him.

R.V.’s Go to Iowa to Meet Their Maker [View]
Source: New York Times
Published: Sunday, September 28, 2008.
Summary: For owners of recreational vehicles made by Winnebago Industries, like the Carrs and Laskos, Forest City is home — literally. As the huge blue water tower that hovers over the town reminds visitors, this is where Winnebago and Itasca motor homes are made, and have been for nearly 40 years. To buy one is to be adopted by an extended family of like-minded R.V. enthusiasts, not to mention by the company itself.

RV sales staying strong [View]
Source: Tri City Herald, Washington
Published: Sunday, September 28, 2008.
Summary: The Tooles may be part of a trend. Local RV dealers say sales of trailers and campers are relatively strong this year, as people opt to take shorter vacations closer to home, and in their own vehicles.

DREAM JOB [View]
Source: New York Post
Published: Monday, September 22, 2008.
Summary: One, I get to see America from up high in the motor home. Two, I get to eat all the foods of this country. And three, I get to talk to people from all backgrounds, whether it's economics, race, education, religion. They're all sports fans. Tailgating is like walking through 1,000 back yards with no fences.

Yellowstone RV park full despite rising fuel costs [View]
Source: Associated Press
Published: Monday, September 8, 2008.
Summary: RV and campground trade associations say 2008 appears to be just as busy as previous years, though with some variations that could be attributable to fuel prices.

Life may not be an endless vacation, but for those living in an RV, it comes close [View]
Source: pressofatlanticcity.com
Published: Monday, September 8, 2008.
Summary: While summer vacation has ended for most people, these massive recreation vehicles containing full kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms continue to line the highways, whisking their owners away on another adventure at a moment's notice.

RV Owners Cling to Lifestyle Despite Gas Prices [View]
Source: ABC News
Published: Friday, September 5, 2008.
Summary: Running one of these vehicular behemoths is anything but light on the wallet, but a group of RV enthusiasts say the cost is worth it for a vacation on wheels.

State Park Campers Say So Long to Summer [View]
Source: myfoxcolorado.com
Published: Monday, September 1, 2008.
Summary: Campers pack campgrounds for last weekend of the summer.

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