The March 28 webinar will explain the technology and strategy behind geofence targeting in a way that makes sense to today’s trailer dealer, the release noted. In addition, there will be live examples to show how geofence targeting works.
“We currently have about 12 inches of snow on the ground here in Washington, so we’ve been looking forward to going somewhere with warmer weather,” said Bond. “We’re getting ready to visit friends in Arizona, so the fuel card will be perfect for our upcoming trip.”
“I hate to see 30 years of my effort ruined in just three years,” said Hanemaayer. “Roadtrek is a great company and there are a number of people interested in buying it. I would be very surprised if someone didn’t take advantage of this situation to buy only what they wanted at a very cheap price.”
The RV Industry Association’s January survey of manufacturers found that total RV shipments ended the month with 25,540 wholesale shipments, a decrease of (-39.8%) from the 42,441 units shipped last January.
“We are relatively new to the RV community, and we appreciate all the support we’re getting from dealers in the region from Flagstaff to Sedona to Prescott Valley. It’s exciting to see the partnerships grow,” said Braun.
The RVMaster monitors water tanks, tyre pressure, doors, windows, temperatures, propane levels and more, while it controls functions such as lighting, slide-outs, awnings, heating, air conditioning and generators — all from a smartphone app.
Forest River showed up in a 2017 annual state occupational safety report as a “significant case” due to “excessive injuries.” According to the report, in the first nine months of 2017 alone there were nine fingers amputated, a fractured pelvis and multiple foot fractures.
Today’s guest is Dan Ball, the director of membership for FMCA. He provides a bit of history concerning the organization, and outlines the roll FMCA plays in advocacy, education, and bringing RVers together to have fun. He explains how the organization is structured and really delves into the varied training opportunities offered to FMCA members.
“Being in this business as long as we have, we have seen multiple manufacturers come and go and we know how to support our dealers even when the manufacturer is unable to do so,” he explained.
Winnebago Industries is seeking more than half a million dollars in state and local economic development incentives as it moves a major motorhome production line from the West Coast back to Iowa.
Elkhart-based Lippert Components Inc. has promoted Scott Meiner to chief supply chain officer. He previously served as vice president of supply chain. Over the last 20 years, he led several major operations, including chassis and axle production and window and glass tempering facilities.
The first webinar, which takes place Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. Eastern time, focuses on winter weather safety awareness. The second webinar is scheduled for Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. Eastern time. “Sexual Harassment 2019: Mutual Respect in the Workplace” will discuss how to handle harassment, complaints, and investigations.
Based on past experience when manufacturers cease production, dealers can easily find themselves owed tens of thousands of dollars from a manufacturer for warranty reimbursements and incentives that become virtually uncollectible once the manufacturer ceases its business operations.
Derema Group today announced that Clark Chandler has been hired as a regional sales representative overseeing companies in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana starting March 1.
Steve Guillaume, the president of Spartan Specialty Vehicles, provides a little history about the company and how Spartan developed its niche in creating custom chassis for RV manufacturers. He also talks about the new service center that opened in Michigan as well as Spartan’s customer training academy.