(April 12, 2010) -- Woodworth will spend the next two weeks traveling to media markets across the country with a 1916 Telescoping Apartment RV and a modern 2010 Fleetwood Discovery, talking to reporters about the RV industry’s century of bringing families closer together.
(April 12, 2010) -- Larry Smith, owner of Stone Canyon Lodges, said the company has received an order for 67 park model cabins from Legacy RV Resorts. While not releasing the exact dollar amount he did say the value of the order was “In the ballpark of $2 million.”
(April 12, 2010) -- Alliance Coach RV Sales and Service announced today they have become an authorized center for both Workhorse Custom Chassis and Spartan Chassis.
(April 12, 2010) -- Detractors, largely nearby taxpayers, aren't reassured that the proposed crosstown relocation of Navistar's international home base won't pose a menace.
(April 12, 2010) -- Red Bay is slowly making an economic comeback from a punishing recession that stalled the RV and mobile home markets, which make up the bulk of employment in the town.
(April 12, 2010) -- The Business Outlook Survey was generally upbeat suggesting a further strengthening in economic conditions; however, it provided a mixed picture for credit conditions with businesses indicating little change in the availability of credit.
(April 12, 2010) -- According to Leagle.com, Roderick and Diane Cauchon sued Forest River, and a jury agreed, that a motorhome failed to perform as represented even after a reasonable number of repair attempts.The Cauchons were awarded compensatory damages of $205,700.86 and statutory penalties of $52,211 as well as $170,000 in attorney fees and costs.
(April 12, 2010) -- “We wanted to promote the RV Centennial here in Florida,” said Wilson. “We thought a proclamation was a great way to kick off our promotion of the 100 year anniversary of the industry. We are also planning displays and events at the welcome centers and are working with the Tin Can Tourists for vehicles for television and newspaper coverage.”
(April 9, 2010) -- According to KMTR-TV, the resource center was developed thanks to a $3.5 million grant Monaco received to help their workers with retraining. Monaco donated 1,400 square feet of space, along with computers, internet connections, phones, and other resources needed to find work.
(April 9, 2010) -- Tim Solso, who joined the company in 1971 and became CEO in 2000, was recognized for leading Cummins through "one of the most impressive revivals in industrial America."