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Tucson, Ariz.’s two Rincon Country RV Resorts have won the Park of the Year Awards from the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.
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For the second time in two years, Dr. Saundra Bryn has received the Chairman’s Award from the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.
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From President Trump touring a Newmar motorhome at the White House, to an inside look at Airstream’s nest, and through a series of RV shows, 2018 has been quite busy.
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Lazydays Holdings has completed its acquisition of Tennessee RV Supercenter near Knoxville, Tenn. The purchase agreement was announced in October, and the deal closed on Thursday, Dec. 6. 
MITO-Ranger
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WiFiRanger has upgraded its SafeSurf VPN system embedded in every WiFiRanger, improving security and safety of using transitory data services commonly used by the RV industry, according to MITO Corp.
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Northern Indiana dealer Richardson’s RV, who tried to avoid paying Indiana sales tax on out-of-state transactions by moving RVs into Michigan before handing over the keys to customers, must repay taxes after a divided Indiana Supreme Court entered summary judgment in favor of the Indiana Department of Revenue.
Southco
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Southco has expanded its line of A3 Slide Latches with a new version that is 35 percent shorter than Southco’s smallest A3 product series.
RVDA
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Four dealership employees, who have maintained their certifications, were recently recognized for their long-term commitment to professionalism in their fields during the RV Dealers Association’s convention/expo in early November.
RVIA
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The American Vision for Safer Transportation Through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies (AV START Act), a bipartisan Senate bill that has been held up in committee for more than a year, has one last chance to become law during this “lame duck” legislative session.
Dept. of Labor
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The number of Americans filing applications for jobless benefits fell less than expected last week while the four-week moving average of claims rose to its highest level since April, suggesting some loss of momentum in the labor market.

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