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There are 2369 news items available that were published prior to October 2016. Showing 401 through 410:

‘Airbnb For RVs’ Launches Nationwide [View]
Source: Time.com
Published: Thursday, August 20, 2015.
Summary: Outdoorsy emerged from its beta stage in California and launched nationwide on Thursday. In the words of co-founder Jen Young, the company is a “a community-driven marketplace for renting RVs directly from local RV owners, making sure everyone has access and opportunity to get outdoors.” The company currently has 2,300 RVs listed on the site, with about 75 more being added each day. Options range from low-fi models for $65 a day to full-on glamping machines for nearly $650 a day.

Comfy, Kitschy And Thrifty, Vintage RVs Make a Comeback [View]
Source: WSJ.com
Published: Thursday, August 20, 2015.
Summary: For enthusiasts who have refurbished a ’60s or ’70 RV to its former glory, a classic motor home is key to the ultimate road-trip. Winnebago, General Motors, Airstream, Travco and other motor-home makers popular in the 1960s and 1970s are making a comeback, driven in part by people such as Mr. Bovee, who are snapping up decades-old models and restoring them to their kitschy glory, which often includes paint and trim in shades of orange, green and harvest gold.

RV Travel Offers The Perfect Way To Travel With Your Pup [View]
Source: Fido Friendly Magazine
Published: Thursday, August 20, 2015.
Summary: Here are some of the top RV campgrounds for dog lovers.

RV Museum Rolls Out Its Collection Of Vintage, Modern Vehicles [View]
Source: Chicago Tribune
Published: Wednesday, August 19, 2015.
Summary: The RV/MH (Recreational Vehicle/Manufactured Housing) Hall of Fame and Museum in Elkhart offers an interesting excursion through the evolution of recreational vehicles, and their names, from early examples dating back to when the auto industry was just getting into gear to the large and luxurious state-of-the-art homes on wheels of today.

Baby Boomers And Adventuresome Seniors Fuel RV Revival [View]
Source: Fredericksburg.com
Published: Monday, August 17, 2015.
Summary: Evelyn and Leo Carey never dreamed of buying an RV when they were raising kids and fully ensconced in the working world. But about five years ago, Evelyn spied a small teardrop camper trailer in the side yard of an art gallery in Wisconsin, and an idea was born. “I fell in love with the shape of it,” she said. “It was so artsy and so cute.” Baby boomers and adventuresome seniors such as the Careys are driving the biggest resurgence in RV sales since the early 1990s. The industry has seen double-digit sales growth during the past three years, and this year, shipments of tow-behind travel trailers are expected to reach their highest levels.

Families, Retirees Flock Toward Recreational Vehicle Lifestyle [View]
Source: Tribune-Review
Published: Friday, August 14, 2015.
Summary: Rick Stotler has only owned a recreational vehicle for six months, and he's already hooked. “I fell in love with ‘RVing' really fast,” says the Penn Hills resident. The retired truck driver, who is single, had been contemplating buying a home in Florida. “But I've always been intrigued with staying mobile and being able to visit many locations,” he says. “That draw of going any place at any given time was more powerful than the draw of a home.”

Horner Lends Personal RV To Team Airgas-Safeway At Tour Of Utah [View]
Source: CyclingNews.com
Published: Friday, August 14, 2015.
Summary: “I’ve had RVs of one sort or another, probably since 2000 or something like that,” Horner told Cyclingnews this week at the Utah start in Logan. “So the last 15 years I always have an RV of some kind because you can literally go wherever you want. You pitch the awning, you pull out some chairs and you can train at altitude, you can train at sea level at the beach, wherever you want to be.”

The Basics Of No-Stress Camping For The Whole Family (Video) [View]
Source: Today.com NBC
Published: Friday, August 14, 2015.
Summary: Hoda and cohost Meredith Vieira gather around the campfire with Kim Orlando, CEO of travelingmom.com, to talk about the must-haves for a camping trip that will keep the kids happy and your stress low. She shows them the genius invention of a QuickPitch pop-up tent, fun and organic ways to keep mosquitoes at bay, and offers tips to find a great camping spot in your neck of the woods.

RV Sales Are Back In Gear [View]
Source: Fredericksburg.com
Published: Friday, August 14, 2015.
Summary: It’s travel season, and sales at Safford RV are almost back to pre-recession levels. Staff at the Thornburg dealership have been selling two to three travel trailers and motor homes a day. Over a recent weekend, they had contracts on 17. “It’s buyer confidence,” said sales manager Mike Richards. “This is a luxury item. People don’t need an RV. If our sales are doing well, the economy in general is doing well.”

St. Louis Fall RV Show And Sale Planned [View]
Source: The Edwardsville Intelligencer
Published: Friday, August 14, 2015.
Summary: The 26th annual St. Louis Fall RV Show and Sale returns to the St. Louis Outlet Mall (formerly the St. Louis Mills) in Hazelwood, Missouri, on September 11, 12, and 13. The show is sponsored by the Midwest Gateway RV Dealers Association.

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