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Thor announces results of annual meeting of shareholders

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(Dec. 12, 2016) -- Thor Industries today announced the results of voting at its annual meeting of shareholders held on Dec. 9. At the meeting, approximately 90.5% of the eligible votes were cast in person or by proxy for the election of three directors, the ratification of Thor's Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm, the advisory vote on executive compensation, and the approval of the Thor Industries 2016 Equity and Incentive Plan. Based on the votes cast, all of the directors up for election were elected and all of the proposals passed. Read More »

Thor posts record results — again

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(Nov. 29, 2016) -- "The strong revenue and earnings growth reflects the ongoing enthusiastic reception of our product offerings by dealers and consumers alike, as well as our ability to effectively manage our growth and integrate acquisitions successfully," said Martin. Read More »

Thor Industries amends omnibus stock plan

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(Nov. 23, 2016) -- ISS stated that in its analysis, a provision allowing transfer of nonstatutory stock options could lead to a theoretical transfer to a third-party financial institution without prior shareholder approval. Read More »

Thor’s Bob Martin makes Fortune Top 50 list

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(Nov. 16, 2016) -- "Millennials are climbing aboard the trend and RV-maker Thor is cashing in. Profits have accelerated a cumulative 68 percent since Martin took the helm in 2013 and margins have steadily improved," Fortune noted. Read More »

Thor sales up 22%, sees double digit growth in 2017

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(Sept. 27, 2016) -- "With the strength of our retail customers, our dealer base, our product development teams, our employees and operating management team, along with favorable trends within the economy and the industry, we see ample reasons for optimism in the year ahead," said Orthwein. Read More »