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NERVDA to host Lippert, Trailer Life training event

NERVDA to host Lippert, Trailer Life training event

HUDSON, Mass. — The New England RV Dealers Association will host a special technician training class May 16 at Flagg RV in Boylston, Mass. This is a collaborative effort with Lippert Components, Trailer Life Magazine and NERVDA.

“We chose Flagg RV’s new service center in West Boylston because it is located within a 100 mile driving radius for 98 percent of our NERVDA members,” said Bob Zagami, NERVDA executive director.

This will be an immersive training session for a hands-on, interactive, installation of the Lippert Ground Control TT automatic leveling system for travel trailers. The install will be done on a 2013 Coleman travel trailer.

This class will be limited to just 16 technicians to allow four on each installation point around the trailer. Participants should bring a battery powered drill/driver with nut driver and screw bits, and utility knife.

The installation will be managed by Chris Dougherty, technical editor of Trailer Life and Motorhome Magazines, and Dan Sacha, techincal trainer for Lippert Components.

The cost to participate is $49 for NERVDA members and $149 for non-members.

Registration is available online.

SOURCE: New England RV Dealers Association bulletin

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