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(Nov. 8, 2017) -- Ford’s RV Refrigeration Training Center (FRVRTC) was approved by the Kentucky State Approving Agency for Veterans Education.

Ford’s RV Refrigeration gets approval to train military vets

BENTON, Ky. — Ford’s RV Refrigeration is the pioneer of the RV refrigerator cooling unit reconditioning industry. Roger Ford has been specializing in refrigeration since 1978, but in the early 1980’s, turned his attention to the RV appliances.

In 1984, he and his wife, Onna Lee, opened Ford’s RV Refrigeration. Year after year, the RV refrigerator service and sales business has been providing leading service and profit.

In 2014, the Ford’s created, Ford’s RV Refrigeration Training Center (FRVRTC), which is a licensed school teaching comprehensive RV refrigerator repair worldwide. Recently, this program was approved by the Kentucky State Approving Agency for Veterans Education, which allows them to now turn their focus on educating our military veterans nationwide.

The response so far has been 100 percent positive and this school is rapidly growing. Veterans see this as a unique in-demand service that will bring customers from near and far.

In addition, in only three weeks students receive the customized tools, developed and manufactured by FRVRTC and become master certified. This makes for a quick return back home where they will start their own RV business earning a generous income.

These trained techs are known worldwide as the RV owners advocate, FRVRTC and those they train are keeping thousands of RV refrigerators and cooling units out of our landfills each year. “Our mission is to educate others worldwide on the RV refrigerator, save RV owners money and provide them with the best warranty and reduce our carbon footprint.

For more information on training or service please visit www.rvrefrigeration.com.

SOURCE: Ford RV Refrigeration press releasese

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