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Steve Bibler

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
News
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.
Sunseeker interior
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Leading manufacturers Forest River and Thor have decades of experience of producing motorhome rental units for dealers and rental groups.
Grand Design groundbreaking
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In the April issue of RV PRO, we examine how the ‘Coachmen College’ served as a training ground for many of today’s RV industry leaders.
REV execs
REV Flair
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Heading into 2019, REV Recreation Group looks to fortify its standing in the Class A motorhome market with a slimmed down, revitalized product lineup. 
Della Terra
East to West
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New Forest River division East to West, headed by a Liegl, aims to make its mark on the industry by offering entry-level stick-and-tin towables in a new way.

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