PHOENIX – Cactus League Spring Training cracks to life today across Greater Phoenix with more teams, more stadiums and more games than ever before.
Archives for February 2009
GOSHEN, IN – Jason Lippert, President and CEO of Lippert Components, Inc., Goshen, Indiana, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Drew Industries Incorporated (NYSE: DW), announced today that the Company has hired Brian Donat, a 13-year veteran of the recreational vehicle (RV) industry, as director of marketing strategies, new product development and product enhancement. Donat, who will begin his duties at Lippert Components on February 23, will leave his current position in product development, sales, and marketing at KZ RV in Shipshewana, Indiana.
AUSTIN, TX — TengoInternet, the oldest and largest wireless Internet provider for the outdoor hospitality industry, today announced it has added 15 new customers in 8 states. With more than 400 wireless networks installed across 38 states, Canada and Mexico, TengoInternet remains the industry's largest provider with significant experience installing and managing wireless networks in the challenging outdoor environment.
This week we are going to cover the installation of the Gold Heat mats, and the ceramic tile. The mats are rolled out in the motorhome and the fit is checked. We set this coach up with a front and a back heat zone. Each mat will be independently controlled by its own thermostat. The […]
WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Guests who were married or born in 1959 – the same year The Grand Canyon Railway‘s diesel locomotives were built – can celebrate 2009 with special offers from the Railway.
CARSON CITY, Nev. — Tourism representatives from across Nevada will gather in Fallon April 1-3 for the 19th Annual Rural Roundup to learn the latest marketing skills for attracting visitors, whose spending stimulates local economies, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki announced today.
ADIRONDACK REGION, N.Y . – Your cabin fever peaked in January – it’s February and spring is palpable in the Adirondacks. (Or maybe it’s just an early thaw). Either way, early spring means temperatures that soar above 32 degrees during the day and dip below freezing at night – which means its sugar maple tree-tapping time.
Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced today more than $740.9million will be distributed to the fish and wildlife agencies of the 50 states, commonwealths, the District of Columbia, and territories to fund fish and wildlife conservation, boater access to public waters, and hunter and aquatic education. These Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program funds come from excise taxes and import duties on sporting firearms, ammunition, archery equipment, sportfishing equipment, electric outboard motors, and fuel taxes attributable to motorboats and small engines.
UNION CITY, Ind. — Navistar International Corporation (NYSE: NAV) has elected long-time Navistar and Ford executive David Tarrant to be chief executive officer for Workhorse Custom Chassis in addition to his present duties as vice-president and general manager, Light Duty Vehicles and Joint Ventures for Navistar. Workhorse is a Navistar subsidiary that manufactures chassis for walk-in trucks and motor homes.
Now that you have discovered the advantage of using Google Earth and online topographical maps in combination with your GPS receiver, expand your field explorations by adding some searches for geocaches. If you decided to explore Clair Camp and the Radcliff Mine featured the past two weeks, log onto www.Geocaching.com and find what other adventures […]
Once a month the Kansas Travel & Tourism Division will be emailing this brief update, providing tourism updates throughout the state of Kansas. Highlights will include a title, brief descriptor and a link for more details. Not all highlights will be of interest to everyone. They are simply intended to entice new story ideas in the areas of agritourism, outdoor, culinary, cultural, history, heritage and more.