Deseret News recently listed Wilson Electronics as #18 of the top 62 companies to work for in Utah. The publication retrieved data from Glassdoor.com, including company rating based on reviews and percentages on how many reviewers would recommend the company to a friend. Wilson Electronics received a rating of 4.6 stars, with a CEO approval rating of 100 percent. Other companies that made the list include Questar Gas, University of Utah and Cotopaxi.
Company rating: 4.6
Number of reviews: 45
Industry: ...Read More
Originally posted on RVMobileInternet.com
weBoost Launches Drive 4G-X RV Cellular Booster / Antenna Kit
When weBoost first announced the Drive 4G-X cellular booster in February 2015, they also announced a special weBoost Drive 4G-XR bundle "coming soon" that was intended specifically for RVers.
For the longest time - this upcoming kit was even featured prominently on the weBoost website.
But then in April 2015, weBoost removed the Drive 4G-XR from their website, and in June 2015 we were told:
"The Drive ...Read More
Originally posted on BloomerBoomer.com
Summer is fast approaching, and for retirees it is the perfect time to consider purchasing a recreational vehicle (RV) and hitting the road. RVs are an increasingly popular method of travel, offering adventurers a unique glimpse of our country and the freedom to go almost anywhere, anytime.
The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) found that RV shipments through February 2017 increased a whopping 8.6% from the same period in 2016 and the number ...Read More
New cell booster: Up to 32X enhanced signal for RVs
St. George, Utah –April 17, 2017 — weBoost®, the global leader in cell signal boosters, today announced the launch of the Drive 4G-X RV, the brand’s most powerful and best performing in-vehicle cell phone signal booster providing up to 32X stronger cell signal. RV owners will now be able to experience exceptional call quality, faster data uploads and downloads, fewer lost connections and dead zones when ...Read More
Keeping up with the latest advancements in everyday life can be a daunting task. The changes being made to televisions, cell phones, computers, and social media sites happen at such a fast pace, as soon as you think you are keeping up with the Jones’, they have already moved on and posted photos. Fortunately, the 4x4 world is making advancements too. Even the staunchest most rigid and unbending individuals can find usefulness in 4x4 modernization ...Read More