“The entire industry has come together to use this amazing platform to show off their best new products, write orders, and kick off camping season across the country,” said Crawford.
“We are aware that this development may cause questions and uncertainties amongst our customers and partners. We expect to have a full assessment of the situation in the coming weeks and will inform you on further developments,” the letter noted.
(Jan. 22, 2019) — Sitka Concept Inc, is restoring old Airstreams, bringing them back to life. The company is operating in the Okanagan valley, BC, delivering within Canada an USA.
The average selling price for motorized units was $43,435, which is up $303 (0.7%) from the previous month. Towables came in at $12,872, up $279 (2.2%) from last month, Black Book reported.
Matt Fisher has taken the role of senior director of product development for Jay Flight, Jay Flight Bungalow, and Octane SL. Jason Martin has replaced Fisher as senior director of product development for Jayco’s luxury fifth wheel products.
(Jan. 22, 2019) — Butler-Lee was the keynote speaker in a Monday lecture titled “Equity and Economic Opportunity in South Central Indiana,” presented by the IUPUC Diversity Council.
According to the study, 81.2% of respondents seriously consider purchasing other brands, 43.1% of dealers suggested other brands, and 67.6% of respondents purchased the brand they originally inquired about. “Somewhere along the purchase funnel, consumers are being persuaded to switch brands,” said Holzband.
(Jan. 22, 2019) — Cummins has partnered with Salt Lake Community College to train service technicians working toward an associate of applied science degrees through the Cummins’ Technician Apprentice Program at SLCC’s Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center.
RV Daily Report today released a video on YouTube of an interview filmed at the 2019 Florida RV Supershow in Tampa with Editor Greg Gerber talking to Winnebago’s Ashis Bhattacharya about three new mobility-equipped motorhomes introduced at the show.
RV Comfort Systems announced today that it has added a new factory-trained regional service center, this one in Gallup, N.M. The Gallup location also offers mobile RV service.
It’s not all glitz and glamour for Andrews though. He is on a mission to find a fellow adventurer to join him and his right-hand man Simon Anderson on Season 11. His hunting ground? Rodeo Drive.
“We wanted to use the show this year as a platform to raise awareness about the importance of refreshing product selection, experimenting with mix and rethinking what should be in front of the counter and what can move behind it,” said Spaulding.
While they aimed to highlight Go Power’s innovative solar technology, the team from WGTV was also very interested in the people that made up the Go Power team — how the staff works together to develop and enhance products and support customers, the release explained.
Thor and Erwin Hymer Group (EHG) are currently negotiating appropriate revisions to the terms of the stock purchase agreement including adjustments to the purchase price and assumed liabilities as a consequence of the exclusion of EHG’s North American operations, which builds Roadtrek motorhomes.
“Other RV platforms are squeezing local RV owners out with high commissions and fees on top of that. Book It RV currently stands alone as the only RV rental site to charge a monthly fee instead of commission,” Estrada explained.
The letter stated that Robert Quine and Thomas Martin were appointed to oversee daily operations at Erwin Hymer Group North America pending an investigation related to a “zero tolerance policy.” Quine and Martin’s specific roles and titles were not identified.
An initial investigation has shown irregularities in the company’s reporting. EHG has initiated a detailed audit procedure involving external auditors.
“We have spent a great deal of time exploring available data as well as ethnographic trends in this space. The future of this sector is increasingly young-adults who value simplicity, transparency and value-driven experiences,” said Distad.
“Because culture is our number one priority, we’re willing to give up short-term profits or revenue growth to make sure we have the best culture. In fact, after orientation we offer people $2,000 not to work at Zappos. The ones who stay are right for our culture,” Hsieh said.