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Bradley Worrell

Bradley Worrell is the editor of RV PRO Magazine.

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Back in March 2015, Peterson Industries used its Facebook page to announce to the world that it was going out of business.
Frank Hugelmeyer
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Following a full day of presentations on March 1 at the RVIA Annual Membership Meeting in Tucson, RVIA President Frank Hugelmeyer sat down with RV PRO to give an update on how the Association continues to evolve to serve its members, particularly as it relates to the National RV Trade Show. His answers below have been edited for space.
Bill Rogers
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Bill Rogers stepped into the role of vice president and general manager for NTP-STAG in July 2015, during an especially hectic time for the RV parts distributor.
Frank Hugelmeyer
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TUCSON – The RV Industry Association Board of Directors has committed to spend up to $500,000 to reinvigorate the National RV Trade Show, RVIA President Frank Hugelmeyer told attendees Tuesday at the RVIA Annual Membership Meeting.
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TUCSON – RV Industry Association President Frank Hugelmeyer and RVIA Chairman Derald Bontrager bestowed a number of awards Tuesday (March 1) during the Annual Meeting, held at the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain.
Perlmutter
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Perhaps the single most concerning government regulation issue for RV industry executives has been the vehicle lending “guidance” issued by the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.
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Camco Manufacturing is hosting a New Orleans Dealer Appreciation event Jan. 19-20 at the Riverbend Ballroom at the New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center.  
Jayco Designer
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Welcome to RV PRO’s sixth annual “Best of Show” coverage, highlighting standout motorhomes, fifth wheels and travel trailers on display at the 53rd annual National RV Trade Show.
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LANCASTER, Pa. – Outside the Lancaster Convention Center, the sky was gray and gloomy on Wednesday, but inside the event center vendors exhibiting at the Keller Marine and RV Show were upbeat, as were show officials.  

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