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Also, nearly three-quarters of Oregon campers found free camping in 2023, or 16 percent greater than the U.S. average. For this year’s annual report, The Dyrt, based in Portland, OR, took a closer look at three West Coast camping states — Oregon, California and Washington.
3/1/2024 |  EXEC: Yeti’s New Head of Softgoods Talks Next Steps with Mystery Ranch (SGB UPDATE) SGB Executive caught up with Yeti’s new head of softgoods this week after the news of his hire and the subsequent report that the cooler and drinkware brand was getting more serious about their packs and bags business. How serious? Well, for starters, they hired a great packs and bags guy in Layne Rigney, the former Board member of Sea to Summit, CEO of Osprey Packs and president at Camelbak after earlier years at Franklin Resource Group, PowerBar and RockShox.
3/1/2024 |  Sea to Summit Expands Sales Reach in U.S. and Canada (SGB UPDATE) Sea to Summit, the global adventure equipment brand headquartered in Western Australia, partnered with three new sales agencies to expand its reach and strengthen its presence across key territories in the U.S. and Canada.
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2/27/2024 |  Report: Half of Camping Property Owners Added Campsites in 2023 (SGB UPDATE) The camping availability platform, The Dyrt, reported the finding from its recent survey that 50 percent of private camping properties added campsites in 2023 in response to continued demand from the booming camping industry.
The Dyrt’s statistics are from its newly released 2024 Camping Report presented by The All-New Toyota Tacoma.
Property managers across all 50 states were surveyed to gather information for the report. The addition of new campsites was reportedly spurred, in part, by results from the previous year’s report, when 58.4 percent of campers noted difficulty booking a site because a campground was sold out. That number decreased to 45.5 percent last year.
2/21/2024 |  Camping World Selling More New Models but Lower ASPs Cut into Revenues (SGB UPDATE) Camping World Holdings, Inc. Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis in a company release new vehicle same-store unit growth turned positive beginning in December 2023, and January and February to-date are trending up from mid-single-digit to low-double-digit growth.
“We achieved our goal of significantly improving our new unit inventory position, with less than 7,500 new model year 2023s remaining as of today,” Lemonis shared. “We believe we are outpacing the industry with close to 80 percent in 2024 models currently. We believe that successful negotiations in year-over-year pricing reductions on like-for-like new units has sparked early demand and new gross margin stabilization.”

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