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Camping World has its eyes set on expansion in the state of Michigan, the company said Thursday.
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First-time boat buyers represent 33 percent of all boats sold in the U.S., which is nearly a 20 percent decline since 2005.
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A Baird survey conducted in conjunction with the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas showed that 66 percent of retailer respondents reported new-boat sales growth in the important month of March, which accounts for more than 50 percent of first-quarter retail sales.
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During a hearing on how to improve visitors’ experiences in national parks, Rep. Dennis A. Ross (R-Fla.) recalled staying in national parks in his family’s RV as a boy not only because it was more convenient, but it had full hookups while private campgrounds did not.
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The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in March, but the unemployment rate plunged to a new post-Recession low.
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U.S. yacht brokerage sales slipped to 2,387 in March from 2,437 a year ago, a 2 percent decline.
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After a recent audit, Travel Lite, a manufacturer of light trailers and truck campers, revealed that the company saw a 280 percent revenue growth during the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period in 2016.
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In the latest NAM Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey, which was released in conjunction with a listening session at the White House with President Donald Trump, 93.3 percent of manufacturers were somewhat or very positive about their own company’s outlook.
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Outboard engine retail sales were up 7 percent in 2016, reaching a post-recession high of 254,200 units, as increased demand for higher-powered engines continued to drive sales.
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U.S. new-vehicle sales are on pace for the strongest March since 2000, with fast-rising incentives expected to help the industry post its first year-over-year increase of 2017.

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