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RVDA launches new online member-only resource

RVDA launches new online member-only resource

FAIRFAX, Va. — The RV Dealers Association announced today it has launched a new dealer resource section for the exclusive use of its members.

Resources include annual financial benchmarking information from RV Executive Today magazine, industry statistics, survey reports, model forms, and effective practices.

The effective practices section is for a dealership’s human resources, fixed operations management, sales, and marketing departments, with information useful to each division.

In addition, the sections contain employee job descriptions, and a sample employee handbook. There are also sections containing federal compliance, CFPB information, state RV laws and Dealer Satisfaction Index aggregate results. Several studies are included to inform dealers of the trends and outlook for the RV market.

RVDA associate members will have also have access to appropriate sections of the member resource section of rvda.org.

“RVDA is working to make the most-requested information that the association has compiled more accessible to members,” said RVDA President Phil Ingrassia.

An RVDA password is required to log-in to view this members-only benefit. To access the dealer resource landing page, visit www.rvda.org and click on the member services/member benefits section.

Members who have forgotten their login information or RVDA member employees who do not yet have an account may get help by emailing info@rvda.org or call 703.591.7130.

SOURCE: RV Dealers Association press release

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