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RVSEF - RV Weighing & Safety Educationrvsafety.com
Not often does an entity come along that positively impacts all segments of a given industry equally. It’s a breath of fresh air when it does happen, for sure. The RV Safety & Education Foundation, RVSEF for short, fits that bill nicely within the RV Industry. RVSEF, headquartered in Merritt Island, FL, is not only the RVing public’s best friend, many coach builders in the RV Industry have benefited from its services and dedication over the years too. Compared to yesteryear’s menu of recreation vehicle offerings, today’s coaches are much safer thanks to the efforts of RVSEF and its predecessor, A ‘Weigh We Go,.
Island Girl Walkaboutwww.islandgirlwalkabout.com
Hector and I are a happily married couple who recently celebrated our 35th anniversary. We are traveling with our canine companion and best friend, Angel, a Keeshond and possibly Husky mix.
Both of us were born in the Caribbean on nearby islands. I was born in Puerto Rico and Hector was born in Cuba about a year and a half later. We both left our homes for the United States as young children – Hector’s family left Cuba to escape the Castro regime, and my father took me to New York in search of a better life after we lost my mother to cancer.
Hector’s journey as a child included Atlanta, Georgia; Springfield, Missouri; and then Miami, Florida. My journey took me to Brooklyn and Queens in New York then to Miami, Florida. We first met when we worked together as teenagers. Hector left town for awhile and we reconnected after a chance meeting when he returned. We were married about three years later. It always amazes me how our journeys intersected after all of those moves and changes in our lives.
That’s what it’s all about. Driving down long stretches of asphalt, pulling over at a local diner for some grub, and discovering the most incredible roadside wonders.
Co-founders James Fisher and Tatiana Parent suffer from an incurable case of wanderlust. So, they decided to design a web and mobile platform that streamlines discovery, planning, booking and navigation into one engaging road trip planner.
Powered by a fleet of local experts and travel writers Roadtrippers features a seemingly infinite database of amazing places (actually 100,000+ to be slightly more exact). We do the hard part, so you can have the adventure of a lifetime. At its core, Roadtrippers aims to inspire and promote awareness for local, offbeat and culturally stimulating experiences. After all, as Emerson’s taught us, it’s all about the journey.
18th Annual Briggs Farm Blues Festival
Each summer rural Nescopeck finds itself at the center of the blues world as the Briggs family transforms their long-time, 11 generation farm into a haven for blues fans who seek out what is becoming known as the "best weekend of the year." And we are certain in its 18th year, it will not cease to amaze.
The Briggs Farm Blues Festival is a world class blues event. Every year since its beginning in 1998 it has been captivating larger audiences reaching its peak last year with 6,000 attendees. It isn't just the national and international acts that keeps bringing in people it's the Mississippi Delta inspired cuisine, the unique, eclectic vendor village, and the on-site camping.
The on-site camping is one of the unique aspects of the Briggs Farm Blues Festival as attendees camp in anything from tents, pop-ups to RV's of all sizes. There is no parking fees associated, it is a short walk to the main stage, it's primitive, and campers arrive early Friday morning and leave Sunday by noon. Last year it saw over 1,500 campers throughout the weekend.
Throughout its years Briggs Farm has been home to 198 blues artists and many greats like Big Jack Johnson, Terry “Harmonica” Bean, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Mac Arnold, Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater, Lurrie Bell, and Cedric Burnside.
It is expected that the 2015 Briggs Farm Blues Festival will be another record year, so don't miss out this July 10 & 11.
For tickets & info please call Briggs Farm Concerts. Telephone (570) 379- 3342 Or log on to www.briggsfarm.com
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Gulf Stream Brands Earn ‘Quality Circle’ Awards
Gulf Stream Coach Inc. earned the prestigious Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) Quality Circle Award for its Conquest, Innsbruck, Kingsport, and Ameri-Lite brands of travel trailers produced at the company’s Nappanee, Ind., manufacturing facility
According to a press release, the Quality Circle Award was the result of a high score on the DSI Dealer Satisfaction survey that rated Gulf Stream Coach’s performance on eight core areas, including sales support, sales territory, product design, reliability, quality, price, value, parts support, dealer warranty support and overall dealer communication ... Read more..