It’s a safe bet that America’s national parks would never have become the popular attractions they are today without extensive, reliable transportation to carry visitors to, from and through the parks.
Kirby’s Barber RV dealership in Ventura, California, has found the key to hiring technicians for its dealership. The dealership teamed up with Oxnard College’s Auto Tech program providing benefits for both the college and the dealership. “Finding qualified technicians that truly care about the customer and their career has always been essential,” said Louis Vierstra, fixed operations director at Kirby’s Barber RV dealership.
Yesterday, a deal was struck between House Democrats and the White House on the United States-Mexico-Canada Free Trade Agreement (USMCA). The trade deal must now be ratified by the House of Representatives and the Senate.
When Alabama closed Roland Cooper State Park in 2015 because of budget cuts, entrepreneur Warren Meyer saw an opportunity. Meyer runs Recreation Resource Management, a concession company that maintains campgrounds…
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, a Republican who represents Tennessee, says bipartisan legislation aimed at tackling the $12 billion deferred maintenance backlog facing the country’s national park system…
Growing the ranks of the House and Senate RV Caucuses is critical to growing the influence of the RV industry on Capitol Hill. Constituents can help the industry by asking their members of Congress to join.