Winegard Introduces Satellite TV Antenna Ladder Mount

Winegard Mt_4000 Satellite TV Antenna Ladder Mount

Burlington, Iowa-based Winegard announced the introduction of the MT-4000 Satellite TV Antenna Ladder Mount. “The MT-4000 is our newest edition to the Winegard family of mounts and accessories,” said Keith Larson, director of sales and marketing for Winegard Consumer Products, in a company news release. “It is lightweight, extremely durable and easy to assemble for […]

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Alpine Helen: Heart of Bavaria in the Blue Ridge Mountains

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Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the gently flowing Chattahoochee River, Helen is a re-creation of a Bavarian Alpine village, complete with new buildings, old-world trim and detail, and cobblestone alleys. The history of Helen and the surrounding areas offers a fascinating variety of stories that include some of the earliest native hunters and […]

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Winegard Introduces Dish Playmaker

Winegard Introduces Dish Playmaker

Burlington, Iowa-based Winegard introduced the Dish Playmaker portable automatic satellite HDTV antenna developed exclusively for Dish high definition and standard definition programming. “Mobile TV viewers will find the Dish Playmaker ideal for a variety of outdoor activities such as tailgating, RVing, camping, and hunting,” said Greg Strohbehn, marketing manager, in a company news release. The Dish […]

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Forest River Introduces New Wildcat Travel Trailers

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The Wildcat division of Elkhart, Indiana-based Forest River, Inc., announced the introduction of an all-new travel trailer targeting the high-volume, mid-price laminated trailer market. “Following up on the success of our fifth wheel redesign last fall, we’ve hit another home run with our travel trailer launch,” said Chris Saal, Wildcat sales manager. “Our dealers were […]

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National Parks & Strange Geological Formations

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America is home to majestic landscapes—rolling plains, rugged mountains, and deep canyons—but there are also strange and lesser known geologic formations. Speleothems, grabens, and upheaval domes may not be household names, but these unusual landforms provide some of the most striking—and, in some cases, downright bizarre—scenery in our national parks. Do You Hoodoo? Bryce Canyon […]

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