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Bradley Worrell

Bradley Worrell is the editor of RV PRO Magazine.

Bill Rogers, NTP-STAG general manager
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​NASHVILLE – NTP-STAG has rolled out several initiatives in the past year that are a benefit to its supplier partners.
Salt Palace
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Troy James spoke with RV PRO to offer insights on why he believes RVX is a worthy successor to the 50-plus-years-old National RV Trade Show.
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This year’s Open House Week attracted not one – but two – exhibitions where aftermarket suppliers were able to showcase their wares for dealers attending an event that has historically been focused on RV manufacturers showcasing their newest models for dealers and taking orders.
Kling
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ELKHART, Ind. – Attending Thor Industries’ 10th annual Open House Week proved particularly rewarding for one Louisiana dealership representative, who won a 2019 black Chevy Corvette in a drawing hosted by the RV manufacturer Wednesday evening. 
RVIA
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Industry analyst Dr. Richard Curtin continues to see bright prospects for RV wholesale shipments into 2019, despite his projection for a possible “short, shallow recession” sometime in the fourth quarter of that year, or possibly early 2020.
Buck aide
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – RV industry executives who met with members of Congress last week for Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill as part of the RV Industry Association’s Committee Week are calling the event a success, saying lawmakers were receptive to their concerns. 
DriveForce
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Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. is entering the non-diesel engine market for Class A motorhomes.
RVIA
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What do Vice President Mike Pence, a mechanical bull ride, camping gear, TED-style talks, a pub crawl and the latest RVs all have in common? ...
LCI
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Lippert Components will offer three separate tours of its facilities, allowing attendees to learn more about the company, its products, its training, and its customer support.
Dusseldorf Caravan Salon
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The Caravan Salon, which concluded on Sunday (Sept. 3), was the biggest show yet in the event’s 56-year history, according to show organizers.

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