When you are building or expanding your park, knowing how to use business insurance to your advantage will help you achieve your goals and avoid major headaches. Here are five areas you will want to address:
This ‘new normal’ has created an opportunity for innovative RV park and campground owners to enhance their customers’ onsite experience and generate new revenue, with products and services that eliminate contaminants and address consumer confidence. For this to be sustainable for your business, these products and services must be effective, reliable and generate an ROI. As a PURIFYD®SYSTEMS Certified Service Provider, your team is trained and certified by us to industry and application best practices. That gives you the capability and confidence to offer an innovative health protection service that reliably eliminates contaminants of any kind, any size, anywhere ... with 99.99999% effectiveness. The System is completely safe for people, pets, all surfaces and food handling areas!
The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) today announced the debut of a redesigned GoCampingAmerica.com, the organization’s consumer-facing website focused on helping the more than 25 million Americans who go RVing each year find their next adventure.
The RV industry is being called the safest way to travel and the glamping megatrend continues. To facilitate park expansion, Business Finance Depot is offering ARVC members the following two financing opportunities to prepare for the expansion:
The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC), working alongside industry partners, has successfully fought for seasonal businesses owners to have even more flexibility to use Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds.
As a philosopher once said, "Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without." So that begs the question: Are your guests “doing without” musical entertainment that could enhance their enjoyment of your park and boost your business at the same time? If the answer is “yes,” you just may want to change your tune.
Advocacy efforts led by the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) continue following the latest decision by the National Electric Code (NEC) regarding the use of GFCI protection on 30- and 50-amp receptacles on RV park site equipment.