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How can dealerships design an email or email graphic that will best capture its audience and bring in sales? There are some key factors to pay attention to…
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Major RV manufacturers are rediscovering the western United States.
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Over the past 25 years, some of the biggest names in the RV industry – Fleetwood RV, Heartland RV, Monaco RV, Dometic, Lazydays RV Center and Stag-Parkway, to name a few – have become the holdings of lesser-known private equity (PE) firms such as American Industrial Partners (AIP), Catterton Partners, Linsalata Capital Partners and Siegler and Collery & Co.
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When it comes to making RV products, some suppliers that previously made accessories elsewhere are finding success by bringing production back to the United States.
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Dealers and manufacturers are discovering that what some customers have been saying for years not only is true, but it is becoming possible – “It sure would be safer and easier if I just had one key to get in my RV and all its compartments.”
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In its short existence as a supplier of audiovisual electronics, kitchen appliances, solar energy, observation cameras and electrical systems to the RV industry, Furrion has been anything but a “me-too” company just trying to keep up. 
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Corporate restructuring in the RV industry seems never ending, especially in the past few years. 
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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.
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Sure, Stromberg Carlson Products has a catalog full of offerings. Of course, the company produces a number of quality RVing and camping products that dealers know they can order at any time.
However, as they say on late night TV, “But wait, there’s more.” 
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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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The North American truck camper could be called the “Rodney Dangerfield of the RV industry” – because it receives so little respect or media attention.
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ELKHART, Ind. — From humble beginnings as a family-owned business to its current role as one of the dominant OE suppliers and a growing aftermarket supplier, Lippert Components has changed many times through the years to keep up with the times.
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Historically, RV dealerships and service shops have appreciated the personalized service of regional distributors while valuing the size, scope and purchasing power of national distributors.

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The lightweight travel trailer product category is somewhat difficult to define, but there is no denying that it’s witnessing strong growth.
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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
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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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An all-time single-day attendance high and favorable weather helped propel the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association's Hershey RV show to a new high in four-day attendance totals, according to PRVCA Marketing Director Heather Leach.
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Veteran RV technician Rodney Simmons, of Blue Moon Mobile RV, debuted the pilot episode of “Your RV Life”, a show which follows Simmons’ Carrolton, Texas-based mobile RV technician crew as they travel to park across Texas to assist RV owners and explore the landscape.
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When the Middlebury, Ind.-based transport company Team RV Express began in 2007, the company employed three people.
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Rolling Retreats RV will become the exclusive dealer of the Forks RV Continental Coach fifth wheel, according to Alicia Tennery, who co-owns the Elk City, Okla., dealership.

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