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Okla. RV dealers celebrate Lemon Law defeat

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Members of the Oklahoma Recreational Vehicle Association (ORVA) endorsed state Sen. Dan Newberry during the organization’s annual convention June 26-28 at the Osage Casino Hotel in Skiatook, RV Business reported.

Republican Newberry, who helped the association kill a Lemon Law in the mostly recently adjourned state Legislature, was renominated the next day for the fall election.

“We had to work on killing the bill for the entire first part of the year,” Sheril Vergara, partner with RH Power & Associates and ORVA executive director, told RV Business. “Dealers were encouraged by his presentation on the role that small business plays in Oklahoma.”

To read the full story in RV Business, click here.

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  1. Once again, business celebrates and consumers get screwed. Manufacturers will still make RVs of so-so quality, then neither they, nor their dealers, will stand behind them. Be interesting to know how much the RV dealers in OK contributed to Sen. Newberry’s election funds…