Reposted from The Baltimore Sun–original article. It’s true that not enough employers are lining up to give Maryland’s formerly incarcerated population a second chance. But when you look at the reasons behind that decision, it’s difficult to blame them. While there are numerous second chance programs in place within our state, there are challenges to […]
Let’s look at the numbers that support a federal investment. By Garry Enyart June 04, 2019 – 5:56 PM Reposted from the Star Tribune – original article. What do online learning, recycling and back pain have in common? There’s probably a joke in there somewhere, but the serious answer is that each of those sectors […]
“RV’s are not just the familiar highway scene of an American summer”; Industry’s 600,000 Jobs Pay More than $32 Billion in Wages and Raise Over $12 Billion in Federal, State and Local Taxes June 03, 2019 12:00 ET | Source: WASHINGTON, June 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The new RVs Move America Economic Impact Study, released […]
Millions More to Travel by RV This Summer and During Remainder of 2019 May 24, 2019 15:24 ET | Source: RESTON, Va., May 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nearly 25 million Americans will travel in recreation vehicles this spring and summer, heading to the country’s 18,000-plus campgrounds to enjoy the benefits of an active, outdoor […]
Reposted from The Hill–original article. By Jessica Wahl, Opinion Contributor — 05/16/19 10:15 AM EDT When outdoor enthusiast Mikah Meyer arrived in Washington, D.C., this month, it wasn’t just another typical springtime tourist visit. As Meyer climbed the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, he was completing a specific quest — to visit all 419 National […]
Reposted in part from the Baltimore Business Journal–original article (behind paywall). By Christine Ross – Contributor Apr 26, 2019, 9:51am EDT The CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce says schools and businesses must work together toward sustainable workforce development solutions, particularly in underserved communities.
Reposted from The Hill–original article. By Jessica Wahl, Opinion Contributor — 01/16/19 04:30 PM EST The outdoor recreation community is unified in its message to Congress and the administration to end this shutdown immediately so federal workers, small businesses, rural communities and American families can get back to work and continue to enjoy public lands […]
Reposted from The Hill–original article. By Frank Hugelmeyer, Opinion Contributor — 07/02/18 09:25 AM EDT Bipartisan bills are rare on Capitol Hill these days, but there’s nothing like outdoor recreation to bring people together, especially as the Fourth of July approaches and Americans plan their holiday celebrations. The Recreation Not Red Tape Act, shorthanded by […]
From CNBC: “Michael Happe, Winnebago CEO, speaks with CNBC’s “Power Lunch” in an exclusive interview about the company’s earnings and growth plans.”
Jim Cramer sits down with Thor Industries CEO Bob Martin as shares of his RV maker hover near year-to-date lows.