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RVIA board election ends Aug. 31

RVIA board election ends Aug. 31

RESTON, Va. —  Elections for the RV Industry Asociation’s Board of Directors will continue through Aug. 31 with members casting ballots online to select eight representatives from a field of 13 candidates.

RVIA is reminding official representatives of member companies to cast their online vote.

Two manufacturer seats are in contention this year. The three candidates running are Bob Martin, with Thor Industries; Kevin McArt, from Forest River; and Matt Miller, with Newmar.

There is one park model RV seat open on the board with two candidates running for the position. They are Dick Grymonprez, from Champion/Athens Park RVs, and John Soard, with Fairmont Park Models.

Four candidates are vying for three supplier seats. They are: Adam Dexter, with Dexter Axle Company; Craig Floyd, from Industrial Finishes and Systems; Scott Mereness, with Lippert Components; and Bill Rogers, from Keystone/NTP-Stag.

Association members will also elect two at-large representatives. The four candidates running for those seats are David Carson, from Freightliner Custom Chassis; Gerhard Hundsberger, with Truma Corp.; Robert Parish, from Wells Fargo Commercial Distribution Finance; and Anthony Wollschlager, with Dicor.

RVIA’s Nominating Committee selected the field of candidates for the elections.  That group is chaired by Jack Cole, from Lance Campers, and includes Jim Jacobs, with REV Group; Jeff Rutherford, from Airxcel; and Tim Tiffin, with Tiffin Motorhomes.

SOURCE: RV Industry Association press release

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