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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.
Dometic awning
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[Sponsored by Dometic]
A patio is great for daytime and relaxing in the shade, but when it gets dark, it becomes difficult to use without enough lighting.
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I realized at an early age that most small businesses do not have the staff or the budget to keep up with the ever-changing regulatory environment.
man texting
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[Sponsored by KENECT]
Modern consumers have become incredibly comfortable with texting in their personal lives, and now it has become a trusted communication channel in retail as well.
Mike Mericle and Amy Mericle
happy campers
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Contrarian dealership Mericle RV finds success away from the interstate by focusing on service work and by retailing truck campers.
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.
REDARC
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Sponsored by REDARC
Components like RV electronic stability control have come a long way in ensuring that the trailer brakes bring the trailer back into the correct line of travel to avoid trailer sway. But what about trailer braking systems, have they improved and why are they still needed?
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The most important aspect of growing customer loyalty is a leadership style that combines humility with a passion for great customer experience. A leadership style of humility means that you never take customer loyalty for granted.
REDARC building
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Australian-based supplier REDARC sees strong potential in North America for its innovative towing and portable power products.
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.

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