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RVIA sets dates for 2011 board meetings

(Nov. 24, 2010) -- “The industry is facing new challenges, and it’s time to revise our strategic plan to reflect this new marketplace,” Coon explained. “The committee will work to ensure that the plan addresses fundamental long-term goals while defining our short-term priorities.”

RESTON, Va. — The RV Industry Association has scheduled several meetings for early 2011 including sessions for the association’s board of directors, executive committee and strategic planning committee.

The RVIA Board of Directors will meet March 2 at the Loews Ventana Canyon hotel in Tucson, Ariz., for their regular winter meeting. The RVIA Executive Committee will meet March 1 at the same property.

Meanwhile the RVIA’s Strategic Planning Committee will meet Jan. 10 to 11 in Tampa, Fla., at the Crowne Plaza Tampa East to update and revise the association’s long-term goals and objectives that will help guide activities in 2011 and beyond.

RVIA President Richard Coon said the session is needed to re-tool the association’s strategic plan in light of how the recession has created a new business environment for the RV market.

“The industry is facing new challenges, and it’s time to revise our strategic plan to reflect this new marketplace,” Coon explained. “The committee will work to ensure that the plan addresses fundamental long-term goals while defining our short-term priorities.”

The Strategic Planning Committee will present its recommendations to the RVIA Board of Directors at its March 2 meeting.

SOURCE: RV Industry Association press release

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