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Officials from the Burnsville, Miss.-based company said that the decision to make the trek to Elkhart follows the completion of its latest luxury fifth wheel model and an effort to expand its dealer network in 2017.
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July RV shipments to retailers of 28,350 units were 4.6 percent ahead of the same month last year, according to the RV Industry Association survey of manufacturers.   
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Leaders of the RV and marine industries in Elkhart, Ind., repeated their needs for more qualified workers to fill vacant positions as they visited with U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski on Thursday.  
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Horizon Global Corp., a manufacturer of branded towing and trailering equipment, announced Thursday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Westfalia-Automotive and Terwa, collectively referred to as the Westfalia Group, a global towing company.  
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The Ontario Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association on Thursday it would host the Ottawa RV Expo and Sale in February.  
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The case for another interest-rate increase has strengthened in recent months, according to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
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Eleven essential education workshops and 27 Vendor Training + Plus sessions make this year’s 2016 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo a mandatory event for dealers who want their parts staff to stay current — and excel — in their field. The convention dates, Nov. 7-11, make the timing ideal since it’s after the peak of the season.  
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be bringing in temporary housing units for homeowners displaced by the heavy flooding in south Louisiana.
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A decade-and-a-half of being a loyal customer to a single business should have some kind of pay-off, according to management at Lorian, Ohio-based Neff Bros. RV. 
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ASA Electronics has brought on Terry Smith to fill the role of engineering lab technician. Within the lab, Smith will be validating product designs to ensure long-term durability of each product. He also is tasked with detecting any potential material or performance weaknesses in order to maintain product quality.
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With its most recent software update, Lippert’s myLCI app now features an improved search algorithm, providing users with a much larger keyword database including part number associations that allow easier access to LCI products and support documentation, the company said in a news release Thursday (Aug. 25).
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The RV Dealers Association endorsed the Omnia Group, an employee behavioral assessment firm that aims to provide dealers an edge in hiring and retaining quality employees, the Association said in a news release Thursday (Aug. 25).
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ARI Network Services has scheduled its next round of HelpForce Live! educational webinars, titled, “Become an Inbox Master: Email Marketing Pro Tips.”  
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Ally Financial distributed backpacks and school supplies to 600 Detroit-area students at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan's annual “Be Fit for School” event, and stocked the Detroit Club’s library with 50 books on financial literacy topics and money skills.
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The National Marine Manufacturers Association and the RV Industry Association are hosting a manufacturing roundtable with Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-2) on Aug. 25. 
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The RV Dealers Association began its 23rd Dealer Satisfaction Index survey online today.
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Tony Bruce has joined Lazydays sales management team, working alongside eight other managers to lead the 100-plus person sales team at the Tampa dealership, the company said in a news release Wednesday (Aug. 24).
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RVIA’s elections for the association’s Board of Directors will continue through August 31 with members casting ballots online to select eight representatives from a field of 13 candidates.
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Lippert Components updated its Toy Hauler Ramp Door Party Deck, allowing the stairs to fit along the side of the ramp and deck, the company said in a news release.
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Standard economic development policies trying to lure big companies, which were put in place decades ago and still widely practiced today by local governments, are not working.

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