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RVDA webinar explores safety among generations

(June 16, 2017) -- Some people in the workforce do not have the opportunity to retire as early as prior generations. With age comes additional safety considerations, and senior employees can be more susceptible to serious injuries," said Sisk. Read More »

Bott reviews Simple Chuck water deionizer

(June 15, 2017) -- Deionized water (Di for short) is used for rinsing off their car and coach after washing it so they do not need to dry it, which he noted can take a long time and risks adding more micro scratches. People can even use it for home windows and solar panels Read More »

RVIA elections set for August

(June 16, 2017) -- The elections will take place online in August. Those elected to serve on the RVIA Board of Directors will begin their three-year terms Oct. 1. Each of the seats are competitive in that there are more candidates than seats available this year. Read More »

Gen-Y Hitch chosen as SEMA semi-finalist

(June 16, 2017) -- Gen-Y Hitch has been a company for just six years, and yet, has amassed eight patents, more than 150 dealers located in 45 states, a distribution network in three countries and, today, is a semi-finalist in the SEMA Launchpad competition to that list. Read More »

Ranges and cooktops class starts June 26

(June 15, 2017) -- The second of the four LP appliances, the RV range is broken down into its two main components, the stove and oven and each delineated further. Thermostat operation as well as flame structure is analyzed and studied. Read More »

Skyline announces director retirements

(June 15, 2017) -- Skyline Corporation announced that three long-time members of the company's Board of Directors, Jerry Hammes, William H. Lawson, and David T. Link, each have notified the company of their respective intent to retire from the Board. Read More »

Treasury recommends slashing CFPB authority

WASHINGTON — A new report by the U.S. Treasury Department recommends substantial changes to the structure and authority of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mortgage Professional America reported. The report, released Tuesday, was issued in response to an executive order issued by President Donald Trump in February directing the Treasury to examine financial regulations. It is the culmination of four months of work by the department, which met with banks, regulators and consumer advocates in order to compile the report. “The CFPB was created to pursue an important mission, but its unaccountable structure and unduly broad regulatory powers have led to regulatory abuses and excesses,” the report said. “The CFPB’s approach to enforcement and rulemaking has hindered consumer choice and access to credit, limited innovation, and imposed undue compliance burdens, particularly on small institutions.” The full story is available at Mortgage Professional America. Read More »