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Steve Bibler

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Across industry segments, larger players are acquiring smaller ones to enter into new markets, diversify their operations, or simply to get bigger.
RV techs
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The RV maker is adding facilities and implementing new programs as it seeks to build on its preeminent position in the fifth wheel and travel trailer market.
Isata
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Although motorhomes built on the Super C platform represent just a fraction of the total Class C market, demand is booming and the top three players are slugging it out for market share.
RVIA
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The RV Industry Association has announced the 10 cities under consideration for the site of its groundbreaking “RV Reveal” event in 2019.
Mirada
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Coming out of the Great Recession, gas-powered Class A motorhomes overtook their diesel-powered brethren. Industry pros don’t expect that dynamic to change anytime soon.
Grand Design RV
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The RV maker hasn’t slowed down since its October 2016 acquisition by Winnebago. Grand Design recently broke ground on two new manufacturing facilities, one of which will produce a new product line.
Forest River
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Forest River CEO Pete Liegl and his executive management team share insights on why and how the first dealer event got started while offering thoughts on expectations for the upcoming September Open House.
Dustin Johns
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The RV maker known for its lightweight towables and truck campers is ramping up production and expanding its operations in a new business park to keep up with record demand for its RVs.
Torque
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The segment may not get as much recognition as its fifth wheel big brother, but trailer toy haulers are experiencing strong growth.
Jay Flight
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Jayco’s Jay Flight retains its No. 1 spot amidst tough competition from Forest River towables.

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