Bristol Motorhome Maker Seeks Tax Break for Expansion

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A Bristol, Ind.-based motorhome manufacturer could get a tax break from county officials as it plans to invest more than $1 million in redevelopment and new equipment, the Elkhart Truth reports.

Renegade RV seeks a five-year tax break, according to Chris Stager, vice president of retention and expansion with the Economic Development Corporation of Elkhart County.

The company seeks the tax break as it plans to invest $260,000 to redevelop or rehabilitate an area adjacent to the business on S.R. 15, and about $780,000 in new manufacturing equipment as it gears up for a new product line, Stager told the Truth.

Renegade RV plans to retain all 85 full-time workers and create 10 new full-time positions. Annual salaries for the new positions combined will be about $624,000.

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