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Insider Perks: FREE Design Services to OHCE Vendors

Realizing that some exhibitors in the RV park and campground sectors were not as familiar with virtual conferences, Brian Searl, CEO and founder of Insider Perks, a Cleveland, Ohio-based marketing firm specializing in the outdoor hospitality industry, knew he wanted...

Fla. Waits to See Impact of COVID on Snowbird Travel

As if COVID-19 hasn't done enough damage to South Florida's tourism industry, many Canadians who for years have wintered in the Sunshine State are having second thoughts about migrating south unless the pandemic shows signs of abating, according to the Texarkana...

Hot, Dry Conditions Set to Return to Fire-Weary West

Oregon, Washington and other areas of the West will get a welcome break from dry weather today (Sept. 24) and Friday, with some rain in the forecast, according to CNN. But for the wildfire-weary, another bout of dry weather returns this weekend and could last weeks....

Go RVing’s Boundless Series Tags Along with Artist

The first two episodes of Go RVing’s Boundless miniseries featured the heart-pounding adrenaline rush of professional highlighter Ryan Robinson and professional whitewater kayaker Rafa Ortiz as they pursued their outdoor adventure passions from their RVs. The third...

Colo. Businesses Adapt to COVID, Prepare for Future

The COVID shutdown was a devastating way to start the year for many Colorado businesses reliant on tourism, according to CBS News. International travel was blocked, locals stayed home, and employees were difficult to maintain — especially when federal unemployment...

RVshare, VacationRenter Announce Strategic Alliance

VacationRenter, a company that aggregates the rentals from websites to help travelers find a place to stay, and RVshare, a peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, have announced a partnership to make finding the perfect RV for your next road trip easier, according to a...

Calif. Gov. Bans Sale of New Gasoline Cars by 2035

California will phase out the sale of all gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035 in a bid to lead the U.S. in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by encouraging the state's drivers to switch to electric cars, according to NPR. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order...

RVIA: Benefits of a State Outdoor Rec Office, Part 4

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth and final part of a series by the RV Industry Association (RVIA) on the benefits of having an outdoor recreation office in state governments.  RV Industry Association's Legislative Analyst Ashley Brinkman recently presented to the...

Stolen Airstream, Taken to Calif., Returned to Colo. Park

A beloved Airstream camper stolen from the Dolores River Campground near Durango, Colo., has been recovered and is back home, according to The Durango Herald. The restored 1953 Airstream Flying Cloud decked out in 1950s décor is a popular rental at the Dolores River...

Maine KOA Owners Buy 2nd Park, Plan to Make it a KOA

Campers who visit My Brother’s Place, a campground in Houlton, Maine, can expect to see new faces when they arrive to check-in for their stays, according to The County. The campground, which was owned by Sally Nickel, has been purchased by sisters Marlene Greenlaw and...

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