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Where can I network with other Veterans on RV Campgrounds?

Veteran

Paul Freiling Norfolk, VA

I have not seen any veteran networks or resources on opening an RV Campground. Where or who can I reachout to and network with them on openning our own RV Campground? The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) wants $600 to attend a one day 2020 Prospective Campground Owners Workshop.
We are looking to better educate ourselves on ownership before I retire from active duty. Potentially in the Wyoming, Montana, or Idaho area.

27 April 2020 3 replies Networking

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Advisor

Joy Montgomery Pleasanton, CA

Definitely check out LinkedIn groups.

Have you already joined Marine for Life? https://www.usmc-mccs.org/services/career/marine-for-life-network/

Marine for Life also has a LinkedIn group https://www.linkedin.com/groups/5145640/

Veteran

Paul Freiling Norfolk, VA

Jerry,
I recently had a lookon Linkedin and joined a few groups on FB. Havn't dived into either yet. Trying to get the ball rolling. I will contact the Wyoming SBA and a few of there Chambers of Comerce. Did not even think to go to the local city offices, thank you.

Advisor

Jerry Welsh Middleville, MI

Paul,
Both LinkedIn and Facebook have professional groups for RV Camp Ground Owners. I did find one group on Facebook of veteran/military campground users? You might find some commonality in just the regular owners groups.
I would also check out your Chamber of Commerce, they are a good resource in providing connections with folks looking start up a business. From a state level you might want to check with state's SBA or the state Chamber of Commerce, many times there are special programs for veterans via the SBA or even programs via the Chamber. Thanks for your service and God Bless.

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