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Skaggs RV Outlet reports stolen travel trailer
Skaggs RV Outlet reported the theft of a 2019 Flagstaff 29BDS travel trailer which was taken from the Elizabethtown, Ky., dealership’s lot at 9:31 p.m. May 12.
The vehicle identification number is 4X4TFLE23KZ161717.
People who have information about the theft are encouraged to notify Elizabethtown Police Dept at 270.765.4125.
Canadian RV dealership announces closing
After 45 years of business, the owners of Forest City Motorhomes in London, Ontario, have decided to close.
The company is liquidating all its rolling stock, parts and accessories, and fixtures.
For more information, visit www.forestcitymotorhomes.com.
Brahier oversees sales for Alliance Coach
Alliance Coach announced that Keith Brahier has come aboard as sales manager and will oversee day-to-day operations.
He has experience in banking, RV sales and finance, and general management.
“We are well acquainted with Keith and very confident in his ability to direct our sales department and help us to further integrate our sales and service operations,” said company owner and President Judy Shapiro.
EverLogic announces integration with Keller Marine & RV
EverLogic, a software company specializing in dealer management software for the RV industry, announced the launch of its software integration project with Keller Marine & RV Wholesale Distributors.
The integration allows dealers to lookup availability of parts and place orders directly into Keller’s KWEB system from EverLogic’s parts ordering system.
For more information about EverLogic, visit www.everlogic.com.
Lippert Components partners with local business to create Career Quest
Lippert Components partnered with Horizon Education Alliance (HEA) and about 50 local businesses to host Career Quest 2019 April 17 and 18.
Career Quest 2019 was supported through the Indiana Department of Workforce Development Skill UP Indiana grant to bring awareness to careers in Elkhart County and surrounding communities.
The two-day event helped raise awareness about local career pathways for Indiana middle school students from Elkhart County, Marshall County, and St. Joseph County.
Representatives from various industries provided hands-on experiences to help students better understand what a career within area industries might entail in manufacturing, construction and trade, healthcare, and information technology.