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Oregon Motorcoach Center hires new service manager

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon Motorcoach Center (OMC), a motorcoach repair and renovation center in Eugene, Oregon, recently welcomed Brad Barley as its new service manager.

Brad Barley, an RVIA certified technician, brings over 25 years of experience, having worked for Monaco Corporation, Country Coach LLC, Cummins NW, Country Coach Corporation, and most recently Winnebago Corporation prior to joining Oregon Motorcoach Center.

Matt and Elaina Carr, owners of OMC, are excited to have Barley join the OMC team.

Matt Carr said, “Hiring Brad makes all kinds of sense. He is a RVIA-certified service technician with a long proven tenure in the industry and strong leadership skills. Elaina and I are pleased to have Brad on board sharing his exceptional customer care and highline service skills with OMC’s diversified customer base comprised of recreation vehicles from Class C models to high-end diesel pushers and bus conversions.”

Barley noted he is very proud to be a part of this company as it is built upon Bob Lee’s legacy. Lee founded Country Coach back in 1973 and became well known for building quality motorcoaches. Lee later went on to found Oregon Motorcoach Center, offering that same world-class RV service.

“My professional history in the high-end RV industry includes many years within the Country Coach arena. This feels like coming home in a way. Matt and Elaina lead a great team of service specialists who share the same philosophy of doing business that Bob Lee held. A friendly-family atmosphere, outstanding service completed in a timely manner while building relationships is our mutual continuing goal,” Barley said.

Learn more about OMC and its services or about Brad Barley’s new position by contacting Matt Carr, owner, at (541) 752-1505.

SOURCE: Oregon Motorcoach Center press release

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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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