RV, Outdoor Hospitality Industry News for the Week of June 14

ben quiggle Jun 18, 2021
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Site availability and employee issues are starting to pop up more as campgrounds enter the busy season.

More than likely those concerns are not going to fade anytime soon due to the surge in interest we are seeing from new RVers and campers.

The top news items for this past week are below.


Pack Patience: Nat. Parks See Summer Jobs Unfilled

Camping World, Lordstown Partnership is ‘On Hold’

Pelland: Cyber Attacks, think it Can’t Happen to You?

Schmarder: Hashtags, How and When to Use Them

Blue Water, Indian Tribe Partner on Conn. Park Proj.

RoverPass Offering ‘Non-Refundable’ Discount Option

ARVC Webinar: Park Owners’ Perspectives on Season

Sun Communities Receives ‘Investment-Grade’ Rating

Column: Is Demise of Mom & Pop Parks a Bad Thing?


Supplier WAY Breaks Ground on Huge Facility in Elkhart

RVIA Board, Committees Meet Virtually to Chart Future

‘RV Lifestyle’ Explores the Reasons Behind the RV Backlog

RVDA Board Looks Ahead with FY22 Program & Budget

Thor Motor Coach Unveils 2022 Class B RV Product Lines

Outdoor Industry Association Names New Board Members

Travel Lite RV Breaks New Ground Following Reorganization