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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.
Cornerstone
Entegra
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Jayco’s highline motorhome brand is branching out with the launch of a smaller diesel pusher, two Class A gas offerings and a trio of Class C models.
housing
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Economic experts expect a growing economy will continue to support healthy profit and further employee wage hikes. At the same time, economists are starting to see early signs of an eventual correction. 
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We have now reached a point where the only difference in Chinese products and domestically produced products is minimal. The difference is the cost of government regulation.
Class B
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The venerable van manufacturer is doubling down on the fast-growing luxury Class B market with new touring models showcasing the company’s global partnerships. 
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.
Galleria
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With Class B motorhomes showing dramatic growth in the past five years, several new players have jumped into the market. Whether the niche market can maintain its momentum moving forward remains an open question.

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