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When Robert Ross got the news he’d be deploying back to the Middle East in July, it seemed he and his family would have to forgo plans for their annual summer camping trip.
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Knowing your market is a key tenant in business, so while dropping diesel pushers for sub-30-foot gas units and turning a showroom into a parts store may seem like desperate reactions to a troubling economy, they were just smart moves for Triangle RV Centre on Canada’s Vancouver Island.
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Dealers who attend the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.,  generally gave the show high marks, noting that both attendance and the number of exhibitors was up notably after 2009’s recession-stricken gathering.
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  Parts Manager Neva Eads and store owner Doug Johnson are pictured in front of Razorback Camper Sales in Hot Springs, Ark. The dealership draws customers from most of Arkansas and parts of Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.  

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