The Canadian Camping and RV Council announced that they have completed the redevelopment of their website www.ccrvc.ca that will serve to be a valuable resource for Private Campground Owners in Canada.
“The RVing and Camping Industry generates over $6.1 Billion-dollars to the Canadian Economy and the strength and viability of our Private Campgrounds is an integral component of the Industry,” said Robert Trask, Canadian Camping and RV Council’s Chairman.
“Our Board decided last November that our website needed to be redeveloped in order to better serve the needs of Private Campground Owners and the redesign of our website will better provide our members with the tools and resources that will greatly help them become more successful in their business,” continued Trask.
• Updated look and feel with larger lifestyle imagery and added menu items
• Value-added campground listings
• Government Advocacy updates and tools for Campground Owners
• Easy to locate Campground Industry Suppliers and Member Benefits
• Archived Newsletters and Industry Statistics
• Educational Materials
• Ability to offer Advertising Space to Campground Suppliers
• Listing of Canadian RV Retail Shows
• Provide Campground Owners the opportunity to list individual promotions and events
For any Campgrounds or Industry Suppliers wishing to join the Canadian Camping and RV Council and/or advertise your product on the website, contact Member and Benefits Co-ordinator – Cara Braeutigam at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Canadian Camping and RV Council
The Canadian Camping and RV Council is an association comprised of Provincial Campground Associations, the Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association (RV Manufacturers & Suppliers) and the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of Canada.
In an Economic Survey conducted in 2014 by the CCRVC, the Canadian Camping and RV Industry contributed $4.7-billion to the economy with 5,768,650 Canadian adults, or 22% of the total adult population enjoying the RV and Camping experience. The Canadian RV and Camping Industry generated more than $1-billion in total taxes at the Provincial and Federal level while employing 60,420 full-time workers and generating $2.9 billion in total salary and wages.