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Bradley Worrell

Bradley Worrell is the editor of RV PRO Magazine.

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Winnebago CEO and President Michael Happe told RV PRO on Friday that the RV maker has made minimal, temporary reductions to its workforce in Forest City, Iowa.
Expo
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Attendance was up measurably based upon the fact that pre-registrations increased about 10 percent from the previous year...
Arrow Distributing
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Arrow Distributing is set to roll out the red carpet in a big way for its dealers at its upcoming show, set for Tuesday, Jan. 24, and Wednesday, Jan. 25, at the IP Casino Resort & Spa in Biloxi, Miss.
Northern
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Northern Wholesale has plenty to celebrate as it prepares to welcome dealers to its upcoming show, scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 11, and Thursday, Jan. 12, at the Treasure Island Resort in Red Wing, Minn.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Winnebago President and CEO Michael Happe gave dealers and other show attendees a candid assessment of how the RV manufacturer is performing today and areas where it still needs to improve during a short presentation on Wednesday.
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RV industry professionals on the whole had a very good 2016 and are upbeat on their prospects for 2017, based upon results of a recent reader survey conducted by RV PRO.
Spartan
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During Elkhart Open House Week, Spartan promoted to RV dealers and manufacturers its new Spartan Advanced Protection System (APS) – a package of collision mitigation and coach stability features designed to make operating a Class A diesel motorhome safer. 
Winnebago
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ELKHART, Ind. – Winnebago Industries is more closely aligning its towables and motorized businesses in order to leverage the strengths of each business, according to Scott Degnan, vice president and general manager for the RV maker’s towables business.
Falcon
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ELKHART, Ind. – Forest River and Thor Industries are the two heavyweights of Elkhart Open House Week, with the manufacturers projected to do upwards of $1 billion in sales, but several small RV makers reported they also had a great show.
Element
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Two former EverGreen employees told RV PRO they knew the company was in trouble because the RV maker stopped paying its warranty bills in the weeks before the RV maker closed its doors.

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