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Wave Bespoke Edition
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Bowlus Road Chief recently introduced the 26-foot Wave Bespoke Edition with an exterior of solid, 2024 aircraft-grade aluminum.
Dusseldorf
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Messe Düsseldorf GmbH has reported that the 2019 Caravan Salon significantly increased the previous year’s record result and set a new all-time record.
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A record 22 candidates are running for this year’s open seats, including six manufacturer representatives, two park model RV representatives, 10 supplier representatives, and four at-large representatives.
Bio-Kleen
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Whether it be families enjoying the great outdoors together thanks to an RV or families helping build our industry, there is something special about this market: The ability to sometimes work and play with those closest to us. 
Skyline Champion Louisiana grand opening
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Skyline Champion recently debuted its newest manufactured housing facility in Leesville, La., the only factory-built housing facility in the state of Louisiana, according to Skyline, and the 38th operated by the company.
BoatLIFE 60th anniversary party
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In June, Life Industries Corp.’s marine line, BoatLIFE, celebrated 60 years in business with a party and factory tours. Many current and former business associates came to celebrate the milestone.
Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways
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The Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways features the company’s signature aluminum frame and aircraft-riveted shell and has a base weight of 3,300 pounds.
RV PRO Capitol Hill
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - RVIA members met with members of Congress over a two-day period on Capitol Hill, discussing many legislative issues, including the Travel Trailer and Camper Tax Parity Act.
Retired U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross
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Last night, the Mayflower Hotel hosted the welcome reception for RVs Move America Week where former U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross (R.-Fla.) lauded the industry for its accomplishments.
Grand Opening Sale at General RV, Ocala
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General RV celebrated the grand opening of its Ocala, Fla. Supercenter on Wednesday, March 20.

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