Travis O. Pryor

Travis O. Pryor is the managing editor of RV PRO Magazine.

Premiere RV
Fifteen years after being profiled in RV PRO’s first issue, Billy Thibodeaux has seen plenty of ups and downs for his service shop business, but he continues to succeed thanks to a solid reputation, a love of the RV lifestyle and an amazing word-of-mouth network.
John Sammut
John Sammut and President Matt Miller trumpeted the company’s vision for the future now that it is owned by Winnebago, and also unveiled the impressive lineup of new offerings that has become expected of the luxury motorhome manufacturer.
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – Winnebago dealers gathered for the manufacturer’s annual dealer days at the JW Marriott Resort in Palm Springs, Calif., beginning Tuesday.
IDeal Heavy-Duty Mobile Column Vehicle Lifts – with different models for different applications – are capable of lifting up to 108,000 pounds to enable technicians to more easily access the underbelly and inner workings of a motorhome.
Meyer Distributing Show
FRENCH LICK, Ind. – Meyer Distributing recently held its first physical show, which was located at the French Lick Resort in Indiana.
Jeff Braun, Meyer Distributing CEO
​FRENCH LICK, Ind. – Over its brief history expanding its distribution business into the RV industry, Meyer Distributing has made a bit of a splash.
autonomous vehicles
I especially don’t relish the idea of tractor-trailers or Class A motorhomes buzzing down the road with no one behind the wheel, relying on microprocessors rather than reflexes, to stay safe.
​LAS VEGAS – Every tire leaks air. But when drivers are counting on really big tires to get really big loads across long distances, that leak can be anywhere from a major inconvenience to a catastrophe.
Dane Found
LAS VEGAS – With two very public showings under its belt, the newly reborn Roadtrek is slowly making strides to getting its RVs back on the road and winning the confidence of a smaller dealer base.
According to RVDA President Phil Ingrassia, attendance for the show increased about 4.7 percent over last year’s show at Paris Las Vegas. This year saw 1,701 in attendance.