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EverGreen adds Cambell to quality control team

EverGreen adds Cambell to quality control team

MIDDLEBURY, Ind. — EverGreen Recreational Vehicles announced today that Mark Campbell has been appointed to the company’s quality control team. He will ensure all standards for quality and safety in the final stages of production have been met for EverGreen brands.

Campbell has more than 13 years of experience in the field and has received IPIA/DAPIA training as well as Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) Code training.

“It’s great to be at EverGreen,” said Campbell. “Quality control is always a challenge, but the rewards are worth it. EverGreen motivates me to implement instant and long term improvements that will ultimately be best for our customers.”

Before coming to EverGreen, Campbell was director of quality for Redwood RV and played a pivotal role in the growth of Crossroads RV. He explained that his goal is to look at each unit with the mindset of a potential buyer, keeping in mind the questions and concerns they may have, so he can affect the greatest change.

“Mark has proven his abilities in the field,” said President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Boessler. “His background in quality control and the extent to which he has continued his training is something we encourage all our employees to do.”

Campbell has been the pastor at Tepulsa First Baptist Church for the past three years and spends free time with his family playing various sports, including basketball.

For more information, visit www.GoEverGreenRV.com o call 574.825.4298.

SOURCE: EverGreen Recreational Vehicles press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

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