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Travis O. Pryor

Travis O. Pryor is the managing editor of RV PRO Magazine.

Phil Ingrassia
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LAS VEGAS – Somebody must’ve forgotten to mention that the RV Dealers Association Convention/Expo was being held in a desert resort city, because when attendees got up Wednesday morning, they were greeted with a drenching rain that turned into afternoon thunderstorms as the sessions and expo wrapped up for the day.
Earl Stoltzfus
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LAS VEGAS – Earl Stoltzfus may not cast a huge physical shadow, but his grace, humility and business acumen over 45 years in the RV industry make a big imprint on those in the business.
Universal Trailer
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LAS VEGAS – Only a small handful of RV manufacturers chose to display models at this year’s RV Dealers Association Convention/Expo, but none made a bigger splash than a company that is better known for its cargo trailers and custom-built race haulers.
Scott McKain
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LAS VEGAS – If anybody at the 2015 RV Dealers Association Convention/Expo wasn’t worn out at the end of the first full day of events, then they weren’t trying hard enough.
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Creative Pultrusions has taken its high-strength composite products that might be more commonly thought of being used in construction purposes and turned them into a potential player in the RV industry.
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The RV Dealers Association Convention/Expo is expecting to see more dealers next week for its annual event at Bally’s in Las Vegas.
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ELKHART, Ind. – After leading the Chicago Bears to the 1985 Super Bowl championship, Coach Mike Ditka became something of a superhero.
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ELKHART, Ind. – After a busy Monday that caught some exhibitors off-guard with how many dealers showed up early and ready to do business, the eighth annual Elkhart Open House Week got even busier on the first official day Tuesday.
Grand Design
Grand Design
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MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Don Clark said he thought Grand Design would have a tough time topping its first ever dealer appreciation night that started Open House Week 2014.
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Great West Van had plans for a bit of a southern migration of its Class B motorhome business by the end of this year.

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