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David MacNeal

David MacNeal is the digital content editor of RV PRO Magazine.

Black Series HQ19
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The Australian manufacturer launched in the U.S. about 12 years ago with its flagship travel trailer, the HQ19. The unit offers an overall luxurious and rugged experience.
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“I had to step back and figure out how many people I needed in each group in each department," said Dustin Johns, president of Travel Lite RV.
Apex Nano and Ultra Lite
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Geared toward overland adventurists and Millennials, the Tera comes in at 7-feet wide and weighs around 2,500 pounds. The unit boasts a full queen bed, dry bath, bunks, outside kitchen, solar, and 6-cubic-foot refrigerator.
ROAM Beyond's Kalaloch, Wash., location
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Homegrown Trailers in Kirkland, Wash., wants to awaken the inner RVer in anyone who’s considered glamping – and attract some Sasquatch enthusiasts along the way.
Jon White, Garry Weaver, John Tinghitella, Scott Bahr, and Bill Baker.
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The majority of purchasing, according to the survey, was done online – primarily Amazon. However, 60 percent of the end consumers mentioned going into local RV retail stores and getting hands-on with products first.
James Ashurst, RVIA’s senior VP of communications and marketing
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DENVER, Colo. — Bio-Kleen, Samlex, Furrion, and dozens of other suppliers gathered at the Embassy Suites in the heart of downtown Denver yesterday for the first day of meetings for the RV Aftermarket Executive Conference.
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FullVUE utilizes one 170-degree, wide angle camera that attaches to the pickup and replaces the average rearview mirror with an LCD touchscreen.
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The Germany-based company has been around since 1985, simplifying amenities for caravanners in Europe. Perhaps the most notable Webasto product in the U.S. has been the Dual Top Evo 6 – an integrated water and air heating system.
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The RV Industry Association has laid off three executives, including Senior Vice President of Shows Liz Crawford, two trusted sources told RV PRO.
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Colorado-based CRUX Expedition Trailers turned plenty of heads at its inaugural Open House last year. Today, owner Lorrie Francis tries to keep up with the influx of orders for her line of cozy and rugged trailers.

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