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Steve Bibler

Vita Sprinter
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Even in an increasingly crowded field, RV manufacturers say they have high hopes this year for Class C motorhomes built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis platform.
Mark Krol and Aaron Good
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Forest River’s newest division looks to increase its market share by focusing on quality control and expanding its product lineup.
gavel and money
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Lippert Components, Inc. (LCI) is seeking the return of more than $15 million in stock awards, plus severance benefits, that it granted its former president, Scott Mereness.
Northern Lite
Northern Lite
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The truck camper manufacturer gem in the Pacific Northwest achieves continent-wide appeal with its durable, four-season clamshell campers. 
Roadtrek
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When EHGNA closed its Roadtrek operation, some 850 people lost their jobs and 900 creditors were owed nearly $300 million. So, Rapido Group mapped out a way to bring the Class B favorite back.
Pleasure-Way
Pleasure-Way
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The leader in Class B manufacturing north of the U.S. border may not be who you think it is ... and the RV maker in question is completely OK with that.
Reflection interior
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The RV manufacturer’s mid-profile fifth wheel brand has helped catapult the company into the Top 5 fiver market in less than five years – and Grand Design plans to build on that momentum moving forward. 
TrailManor jubilee
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Hutterites have high hopes for the storied brand of collapsible folding trailers.
Andy Spaziani
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The quandary with many of today’s lighter and small power systems is that they produce more than enough continuous power to run an air conditioner – but they lack the ability to handle the large surge needed to start the A/C compressor’s motor.
Bontragers and Bob Martin
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The CEOs of the two largest RV manufacturers in the U.S. – Thor’s Bob Martin and Forest River’s Pete Liegl – got their start at Coachmen Industries. Meanwhile, at least 10 future presidents of RV companies worked at Keystone RV.

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