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Ulbright is regional manager for Winnebago Towables

(July 28, 2014) -- Dewey Ulbright recently joined Winnebago Towables as the district sales manager for the northwest region of the United States. Ulbright is a 13-year veteran of the RV industry and has been serving west coast dealers for the past 10 years. Read More »

Winnebago brand managers appear on podcast episode 016

(July 18, 2014) -- The episode starts with Ryan Roske, the Class A diesel pusher product manager, followed by John Millis, the Class A gas product manager. Then Russ Garfin, the Class B and Class C product manager talks about that market followed by Johnny Hernandez, president of Winnebago Towables. Each of the guests talk about the health of their various market segments and describe new product being introduced this year by Winnebago Industries. Read More »

Mink becomes Winnebago Towables district manager

(July 14, 2014) -- Jennifer Mink recently joined Winnebago Towables as the district sales manager for the southwest region of the United States. Mink is a four-year RV industry veteran, having previously worked for Forest River and Keystone RV. Read More »

Rossmiller becomes Winnebago’s senior buyer

(July 3, 2014) -- Denise Rossmiller is a 25-year veteran of Winnebago and began her career there as a purchasing analyst in 1989. She is responsible for the purchasing of production components including: graphics, awnings, windows, doors and fasteners. Read More »

Bob Olson to retire from Winnebago board

(June 20, 2014) -- "Bob has been invaluable to Winnebago," said Potts. "He brought a tremendous depth of knowledge to his position on the board from his tenure as a great leader and employee of Winnebago Industries." Read More »

Winnebago receives Hazard Control Award

(June 16, 2014) -- “We actively solicit safety improvement ideas from our employees through safety committees, supervisors, managers and the safety department, so that Winnebago can continue to drive hazards from the workplace," said Potts. Read More »