December 2014
Volume 39 - Number 5



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Carefree RV

December 19, 2014 3047
RV/MH Heritage Foundation Announces Class of 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees

by RV/MH Heritage Foundation

ELKHART, Ind., - The board of directors of the RV/MH Heritage Foundation (Foundation) has announced the names of those who will be inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame (Hall) in August as the Class of 2015.

Foundation President Darryl Searer said, "Congratulations to the ten new honorees. All of them have had or are having outstanding careers and are richly deserving of this high honor."

Searer also applauded the work of the nominating committee that had to narrow a list of nearly 60 highly deserving candidates down to the final ten selected. He said, "I was especially impressed with the committee's work for the diversity of this year's class-not only in the inductee's gender, but also the diversity of regions within the U.S. as well as the diversion of nominee's industry segments such as suppliers, manufacturers, dealers, association executives."

The Class of 2015 includes:

RV Inductees

Bert Alanko
MBA Insurance of Arizona, Inc.
RV Rental Insurance

In a career of nearly four decades, Bert Alanko developed the first viable and sustainable RV rental insurance for rental dealers so they could rent RVs to consumers without the burden of total liability. Among his achievements, Bert established and hosts the annual MBA Rental School, tailored to dealers and individuals planning on a starting an RV rental business. Since its inception in 1999, the school has educated approximately 1,000 students. As far as volunteerism, few can match his record. For 20 years, he served as chairman of RVDA's RV Rental Association. He earned the RVDA Chairman's Service Award and also RVDA's highest honor, the James B. Summers Award.

Sherman Goldenberg
RV Business Magazine
RV Journalist

For nearly 30 years, Sherman Goldenberg has worked tirelessly to support and promote the RV industry and is known for his journalistic honesty and integrity. He joined RV Business magazine in the mid-1980s as Midwest editor and worked his way up to become editor and then publisher. He is now co-owner and publisher of RV Business and Woodall's Campground Management magazines and is the only RV trade journalist to receive both RVIA's 'David Humphreys RV Unity Award' and the 'Distinguished Service in Journalism Award.' He has been the driving force of the successful RV Industry Power Breakfast and helped create the "RV Business Top 50 Dealer Awards" program, developed to recognize the nation's best RV dealers.

Paul Hanser
HWH Corporation

Paul Hanser is an engineer, inventor, innovator and a manufacturer of quality products unparalleled in the RV industry. He pioneered using computerized hydraulics to level RVs, and has developed many more quality products since 1967. He holds more than 56 patents. His volunteer works include writing and editing a hydraulics manual for the RVIA and was instrumental in helping the RVIA develop the CAN specifications and language. He also provided training for thousands of technicians in basic and advanced hydraulics as well as electronics. Universally known and respected for this honesty, fairness and hard work, Paul Hanser is thought of by many in the industry as an engineering rock star and a visionary entrepreneur.

Marlene Sine
Marlene Sine and Associates
Manufacturer's Agent

As the first RV industry woman manufacturer's agent, Marlene Sine introduced thousands of products to the industry by educating and training others on how to promote products to the distributor, dealer and consumer. In her more than 50-year career, she volunteered thousands of hours to serve and support many industry associations such as WDA, RVAA, MARVAC, and RVIA, and she's a driving force of the professionalism in today's aftermarket. In addition to being manufacturer's agent, she's also an aftermarket parts and accessories store owner and developed new products for the industry as a supplier. Marlene earned the respect of her colleagues as a person with the highest degree of honesty and integrity.

Bill Thomas
Bill Thomas Camper Sales
RV Dealer

As founder of Bill Thomas Camper Sales in St. Louis, Bill has been a leader in the St. Louis RV community helping organize and manage the Missouri RVDA and the St. Louis RV Dealers. His more than 48 years as a dealer pays tribute to his integrity, and respect he's earned among the thousands of customers he's served over the years. His volunteer work through RVDA is nearly unprecedented. He has held virtually every elected position within the association including a term as national chairman. He is one of the co-founders of the RVDA Education Fondation. RVDA honored Bill with its highest recognition bestowing upon him the prestigious 'James B Summer Award.'

Manufactured Housing Inductees

Patricia Fiederer
Latham Homes of Oneonta New York
New York
MH Dealer and Park Developer

Patricia is respected and admired by her peers for her high level of professionalism, trust and an unwavering commitment to her customers and the industry. Since 1972, Patricia has worked at Latham Homes of Oneonta New York and now serves as president. She has also been the park developer of several MH communities. Her volunteer work includes being a member of the New York Housing Association for 40 years and on its board of directors for 33 years. She served in all executive and leadership positions from president to secretary and treasurer; and she served on the Town Of Worcester Planning Board for more than 20 years. She was inducted into the New York Housing Association Hall of Fame in 1997.

Jerry James
Franklin Homes
MH Manufacturer

Jerry W. James, who founded Franklin Homes in Russellville, Alabama, is a man of vision and leadership ability. For more than four decades, he has been both a trailblazer and innovator, pressing manufactured housing forward to reach its full potential, and offering homes that are not only affordable, but also renowned throughout the industry for their advanced designs and features. Jerry worked tirelessly to improve and promote manufactured homes serving on the Alabama Manufactured Housing Commission, as well as the boards of the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) and the Southeast Manufactured Housing Institute.

Joe Kelly
Iowa Manufactured Housing Association
Association Executive

As executive director of the Iowa Manufactured Housing Association (IMHA) for over 33 years, Joe Kelly is universally respected by members, home owners as well as Iowa legislators for his innovative leadership and service to the industry in Iowa. Joe is responsible for 114 changes Iowa laws that support the MH industry and ensure access to safe, affordable housing for Iowa's working class. A few of his notable accomplishments include reduction of sales/use tax on pre-owned manufactured homes to zero percent, de-regulation of mobile home parks, and tax reductions for low income, elderly or disabled MH homeowners. In 2009, Joe was the recipient of the RV/MH Hall of Fame's 'Spirit Award' that recognizes individuals that have made significant contributions to the Hall of Fame through their service.

Richard A Mendlen
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Washington DC
Government Administrator

Rick Mendlen served with integrity and professionalism during his four decades of service at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As the chief engineer in the Office of Manufactured Housing, Rick was the primary author of the HUD Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards, which became effective in 1976 and contributed immensely to the high quality and acceptance of manufactured housing as a significant source of single family housing in our nation. Rick was the government's ambassador to the manufactured housing industry. Above all, Rick has always strived to create standards for a safe and durable product while also allowing for innovation and creativity within the industry.

Robert West
Fuqua Homes/ California Manufactured Housing Institute
MH Manufacturer and Association Executive

As a manufacturer, a founding board member of the California Manufactured Housing Institute (CHMI) and board member of the national Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), Robert West's laudable accomplishments cover nearly four decades. As president of Fuqua Homes, and later, Westway Homes, in California, Robert's products were not only known and respected for their quality and innovative designs, but also for their standard-setting commitment to customer service. In 1995, he became president of CMHI and successfully led the association until his retirement in 2004. For his many contributions he was the recipient of CMHI's highest honor in 1985, the Jack E. Wells Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006.

The Class of 2015 will be officially inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame at the Annual Induction Dinner on Monday, August 3, 2015, in Elkhart, Indiana.

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December 18, 2014 3046
Jayco's Longest-Serving Employee Retires After 46 Years

by Jayco

(L to R): Derald Bontrager, Jayco president and CEO; Wayne Miller; Wilbur Bontrager, Jayco chairman of the board

MIDDLEBURY, Ind. –- Jayco's longest-serving employee, WWayne Miller, will retire at the end of this week. Miller began his career with Jayco in November 1968 when Jayco was manufacturing recreation vehicles out of the family farm on County Road 35, in Middlebury, IN.

Miller has held various positions in different areas of the company including production, head of engineering, and finishing his career in the purchasing department.

"Wayne has been the face of Jayco to suppliers and dealers for many years" said Wilbur Bontrager, Jayco chairman of the board. "He was a valuable and productive employee and he will be greatly missed. We appreciate his 46 years of loyalty and contribution to the success of the company."

Miller's last day with Jayco will be Friday, December 19. Miller is married to Violet, and together they have four children and eight grandchildren.

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December 13, 2014 3040
ARVC Presents Top Campground Industry Awards


LAS VEGAS, Nev., -- The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) recognized the achievements of top private park owners and operators, state associations and industry volunteers last week during its annual Outdoor Hospitality Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, Nev.

Park of the Year awards were given to RV parks and campgrounds that deliver an extraordinary guest experience as a result of all-around excellence in operations, professionalism, marketing, customer service, and industry involvement. Winners included:

  • Small Park of the Year: Big Creek RV Park in Annapolis, Mo.
  • Medium Park of the Year: Jellystone Park at Kozy Rest in Harrisville, Penn.
  • Large Park of the Year: Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve and Campground in Santee, Calif.
  • Mega Park of the Year: Sun-N-Fun RV Resort, Sarasota, Fla. which also received ARVC's new education award, which recognizes superior quality staff.

Parks that continue to show leadership, innovation and commitment to running a green park received ARVC's Plan-It-Green award. The winners included:

  • Big Creek RV Park in Annapolis, Mo., which received the award in the small/medium size park category.
  • Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve & Campground, Santee, Calif., which received the award in the large/mega park category.

Awards were presented to state campground associations that produced the best statewide campground directories. The winners created directories that were well organized, visually appealing to consumers, and easy to access and use. State directory award recipients included:

  • Small State Association category: Maryland Association of Campgrounds
  • Medium State Association category: Virginia Campground Association
  • Large State Association category: California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.

The State Executive award was presented to an outstanding executive of an affiliated state association who demonstrated exceptional leadership and strong ability to be a spokesperson for the outdoor hospitality industry. This year's winner:

State Executive Director of the Year: Jo Ann Mickelson of the Arizona Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds.

Wade Elliott of Utility Supply Group in Kingston, Wash. received the Stan Martin Memorial Award, because of his constant efforts to help private park operators through his volunteerism on various campground industry boards and committees. The Stan Martin Memorial Award is ARVC's' highest honor, recognizing industry leaders whose tireless commitment to the RV park and campground sector of the outdoor hospitality industry is evident in their involvement, leadership, creativity and dedication.

Lucas Hartford of Evergreen USA and Terry Munoz of Thousand Trails Lake Conroe RV Resort in Lake Conroe, Texas both received the Chairman's Award, which recognizes those who go beyond the call of duty to further the outdoor hospitality industry.

Leisure Systems Inc. COO Rob Schutter received the Pioneer Award, which recognizes early industry leaders and visionaries whose groundbreaking efforts have contributed over the years to the growth and success of the RV and campground sector of the outdoor hospitality industry and have been involved in the industry for at least 25 years.

The Supplier of the Year award was given to Southeast Publications, a Plantation, Fla.-based company that provides guest guides, commercial printing and website development and marketing services to the campground industry. This award is presented to an industry supplier that exemplifies excellence in product solutions, innovation, customer service and support.

The ARVC Foundation also presented its Above and Beyond Award to Saundra Bryn of Desert's Edge RV Park in Phoenix, Ariz. for her countless hours of volunteer work during ARVC's annual conferences in support of ARVC Foundation events and the education program, as well as her significant contribution to the development of curriculum and requirements in support of the Outdoor Hospitality Education Program.

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November 21, 2014 3025
RVDA Honors Towable and Motorized RV Brands with Quality Circle Awards for Dealer Satisfaction


FAIRFAX, Vir. -- RVDA will honor RV brands built by 15 manufacturers with its Quality Circle Award in Louisville, KY, on December 1, just prior to the opening of the National RV Trade Show. These brands/manufacturers received at least 15 dealer responses and scored 80 percent or above in overall dealer satisfaction in the association’s 21st Annual Dealer Satisfaction Index (DSI) survey.

“The DSI Quality Circle Award recognizes RV brands that dealers tell us are doing a superior job with their overall approach to building products and supporting dealers. Their focus on quality allows us to provide our customers with a great overall RV experience,” said RVDA Chairman of the Board John McCluskey of Stuart, FL-based Florida Outdoors RV Center.

The towable RV manufacturers/brands receiving awards are (in alphabetical order by manufacturer):

  • Airstream
  • Forest River (Rockwood Travel Trailers & Fifth Wheels/Rockwood Roo Expandables)
  • Grand Design (Momentum, Reflection, Solitude)
  • Gulf Stream (Innsbruck/Amerilite/Conquest/Kingsport)
  • Heartland (Big Country/Elk Ridge, Big Horn/Silverado, Cyclone/Road Warrior/Torque, North Trail/Wilderness, Prowler/Resort, Sundance/Gateway, Trail Runner/Fairfield)
  • Jayco (Camping Trailers, Eagle, Jay Feather, Jay Flight, White Hawk)
  • Keystone (Bullet/Premier, Cougar/X-lite, Hideout/Energy/Retreat, Montana/Big Sky/High Country/Mountaineer, Outback/Terrain, Passport/Elite, Raptor/Carbon, Springdale/Summerland/Residence, Sprinter)
  • KZ (Sportsmen/Sportsmen Classic, Spree/Spree Escape/Spree Connect)
  • Open Range and Prime Time (Avenger, Crusader/Sanibel, LaCrosse/Tracer, Spartan).

The motorized RV brands/manufacturers receiving awards are (in alphabetical order):

  • Airstream
  • Jayco/Entegra Coach
  • Leisure Travel Vans/Triple E RV
  • Pleasure-Way
  • Roadtrek
  • Tiffin Motor Homes
  • Winnebago/Itasca/Winnebago Touring Coach

In addition, two manufacturers will be recognized with a DSI Honorable Mention Award, with scores of 80 percent or above in overall dealer satisfaction from 10 to 14 responding dealers. They are (in alphabetical order):

  • Lance Camper Manufacturing Corp.
  • Newmar Corp.

When rating their brands/manufacturers, RVDA asks dealers to express, confidentially, their level of satisfaction on eight core issues:

  • Sales support
  • Sales territory
  • Vehicle design
  • Vehicle reliability/quality
  • Competitive price/value
  • Parts support
  • Dealership warranty support
  • Overall dealer communications

Four hundred and twenty-three (423) dealers from the U.S. and Canada responded to the DSI this year and provided 2,386 brand ratings, an average of 5.6 per dealer.

RVDA is the national association representing RV retailers. The association’s members include RV dealers, RV rental operators, and RV AfterMarket sales and service locations. RVDA of Canada is a national, volunteer federation of provincial and regional RVDA associations which exists to protect and promote the interests and welfare of RV Dealers across Canada in order to enable the industry to maximize its potential.

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November 18, 2014 3018
Total Registrants Up 22 Percent Over Last Year for RV Dealers International Convention/Expo


RVDA Chairman of the Board John McCluskey of Florida Outdoors RV (left) accepts the gavel from outgoing Chairman Jeff Hirsch of Campers Inn. (Photo Credit: Shawn Spence)

Registration for the 2014 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo, Nov. 10-14, was up 22 percent over last year and the event attracted more than120 exhibitors to the expo and 60 presenters for 50 education and training sessions. The theme of the convention was “Passport to Excellence: Education and Training.”

During the RVDA Annual Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 13, John McCluskey of Florida Outdoors RV in Stuart, FL was elected to succeed RVDA’s longest serving chairman, Jeff Hirsch of Campers Inn, following a 25 month tenure. McCluskey also chaired the 2014 Convention/Expo Planning Committee that developed the theme, picked the topics, and chose the presenters for dealers’ top education and networking event of the year.

The week kicked off with Vendor Training +Plus and the RVDA Board of Delegates Meeting on Monday and the launch of the Society of Certified RV Professionals. At Tuesday’s Opening General Session, Doug Lipp, a former top trainer for Disney, delivered a keynote address about the importance of customer service, learning from mistakes, and embracing change rather than complaining about it.

On Wednesday evening, following a day of track workshops, dealers celebrated RV Business magazine’s Top 50 Dealer Award winners at a reception.

The convention concluded on Friday, Nov. 14 with two sessions open to all track participants aimed at educating a cross-section of fixed operation leaders in important aspects of regulatory compliance.

The convention dates for 2015 are Nov. 2-6, also at Bally’s Las Vegas.

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November 14, 2014 3014
Debbie Brunoforte Receives RVDA’s Highest Honor, James B. Summers Award


Debbie Brunoforte

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The RVDA Board of Directors honored Debbie Brunoforte of Little Dealer, Little Prices of Mesa, AZ with the organization’s highest honor, the James B. Summers Award on Nov. 13 at the organization’s annual meeting in Las Vegas. She was recognized for her long-term service to RVDA, including a term as Chairman of the Board, active service with the Go RVing coalition, and her instrumental role in forming the Arizona RV Dealers Association.

Bestowing the award, RVDA President Phil Ingrassia called Brunoforte “One of the hardest working and most tenacious people I’ve ever worked with.” He also noted that she is “extremely active in her state association and a popular spokesperson for our industry . . . both locally and nationally.”

Brunoforte received the award surrounded by past JBS recipients gathered on the stage.

A second generation RV dealer, Brunoforte was named one of RV Business Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the RV industry and is a recipient of the RVDA Chairman’s Service Award. She was inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame in 2014.

The JBS honoree is chosen by the RVDA Board each year by secret written ballot from nominations made by association members. The award, created in 1986, is named for RVDA’s first Chief Executive Officer in recognition of service to RVDA.

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November 14, 2014 3013

2015 Board of Directors Elected

John McCluskey of Florida Outdoors RV Elected RVDA Chairman of the Board


LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- John McCluskey of Florida Outdoors RV in Stuart, FL was elected Chairman of the Board of the RV Dealers Association during the RVDA Annual Meeting at the 2014 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo in Las Vegas.

In his remarks to the membership he said, “I have nothing but confidence in our future. When our industry gives consumers what they want when they want it, we serve to build the RV lifestyle, sell the total experience, and will out-perform our peers in other leisure industries.”

He also thanked Immediate Past Chairman Jeff Hirsch of Campers Inn for his two years of service making him the longest serving Chairman in RVDA history.

Also elected to officer positions at the meeting are: First Vice Chairman Brian Wilkins of Wilkins RV in Bath, NY; Second Vice Chair Darrell Friesen of All Seasons RV Center in Yuba City, CA; Treasurer Tim Wegge of Burlington RV Superstore in Sturtevant, WI; and Secretary Mike Regan of Crestview RV Center in Buda, TX. Jeff Hirsch of Campers Inn is the Immediate Past Chair.

Sherry Shields of Pan Pacific RV Center in French Camp, CA, and Glenn Thomas of Bill Thomas Camper Sales in Wentzville, OH, were elected to the Board of Directors at the same time. They join directors Ron Shepherd of Camperland of Oklahoma in Tulsa, OK, and Rod Ruppel of Webster City RV Inc. in Webster City, IA on the Board along with RVAC Chairman Tom Stinnett of Tom Stinnett Derby City RV Center, Clarksville, IN; RVRA Chairman Scott Krenek of Krenek RV Center, Coloma, MI; and Mike Molino RV Learning Center Chairman Jeff Pastore of Hartville RV Center, Hartville, OH. RVDA President Phil Ingrassia continues as a non-voting member of the board.

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November 14, 2014 3012
Chairman Jeff Hirsch Honors Two Dealers & Two Industry Leaders with Chairman’s Service Awards


LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- J2013-2014 RVDA Chairman of the Board Jeff Hirsch honored two dealers and two industry leaders with Chairman’s Service Awards on Nov. 13 during RVDA’s Annual Meeting at the 2014 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo in Las Vegas. The annual award allows the Chairman to personally recognize individuals who have made a significant contribution to RVDA and the industry.

Dealers receiving awards were Brian Wilkins of Wilkins RV in Bath, NY and Andy Heck of Alpin Haus in Amsterdam, NY. Industry recipients were Mel Adams of Airxcel and Bruce Hopkins of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA).

In honoring Adams, Hirsch said, “Mel has had a major impact in all areas of industry technical education, certification, and training . . . Mel has shown incredible tenacity in trying to move this industry forward and help us all do a better job of servicing what we sell.”

Hirsch acknowledged incoming First Vice Chair Brian Wilkins’ many leadership roles within RVDA and the industry. “Brian is always there for RVDA,” he said, “and the best part is he will continue to be there for his fellow dealers as he continues his volunteer service on the board in the coming years.”

Past Chairman Andy Heck was recognized for his ongoing leadership through a long tenure as immediate past chairman and for his role in helping to guide the organization through difficult times for dealers. “Andy is a big supporter of the RV Learning Center, runs a great business, and still finds time to compete in Ironman competitions,” Hirsch said. “Andy, thanks for being RVDA’s Ironman over the years.”

Bruce Hopkins, RVIA’s Vice President for Standards, was singled out for his long time role in developing technician educational and training resources. “Bruce has worked with many dealers over the years to improve programs for technicians,” said Hirsch. Hopkins was not in attendance and will receive his award in Louisville next month.

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November 11, 2014 3010

With Acquisition Of 18 Vedder Communities In California

Carefree Communities Becomes the Nation's Fifth Largest Manufactured Home and RV Community Owner

by Carefree Communities

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., -- Carefree Communities, Inc. has acquired Vedder Communities, a privately held, family-owned company that owns and operates eighteen manufactured home communities with 4,530 sites in California.

The Vedder acquisition positions Carefree as the fifth largest owner and operator of manufactured home and recreational vehicle communities, with 101 communities and more than 27,000 sites.

"The Vedder acquisition gives Carefree a very strong market presence in California, with communities stretching from San Juan Capistrano to Napa Valley. The Vedder Communities' management philosophy of going above and beyond to provide outstanding customer service, safety, and top-notch facilities to its residents fits very well with Carefree's core values," said Colleen Edwards, Carefree's President.

Carefree CEO David Napp added, "The Vedder portfolio is widely considered to be the best privately owned manufactured home community portfolio in California and one of the best in the country. This is an important strategic acquisition for Carefree, as we look to continue to grow our company in highly sought after retirement and vacation destinations in coastal markets."

Three of the Vedder communities have won National Manufactured Home Community of the Year awards from the Manufactured Housing Institute, including Alta Laguna in Rancho Cucamonga, California; Lemon Wood in Ventura, California; and Palos Verdes Shores in San Pedro, California. Twelve of the eighteen Vedder communities are 55+ adult manufactured home communities.

San Dimas, Calif.-based Bessire & Casenhiser will manage the Vedder portfolio on behalf of Carefree.

"We anticipate a smooth transition because Vedder and Carefree are equally committed to operational excellence," said Bill Schweinfurth, director of operations for Agoura Hills, Calif.-based Vedder Community Management, which manages the day-to-day operations of the Vedder properties.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

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November 09, 2014 3008
Winnebago Towables Donates $53,000 to American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness

by Winnebago Industries, Inc.

FOREST CITY, Iowa, -- Winnebago Towables recently presented the American Cancer Society with a significant donation of $53,000 to support national breast cancer research. In July, Winnebago Towables began production of limited edition pink breast cancer awareness Minnie travel trailers in order to deliver to their dealers in time for the National Breast Cancer Awareness month kick off, October 1st. For every pink Minnie a dealer purchased, a $1,000 donation was contributed, which resulted in the total donation of $53,000 to the American Cancer Society.

"This program has generated one of the largest donations to Making Strides against Breast Cancer from a RV manufacturer, as well as providing a unique awareness opportunity," said Cinda White, American Cancer Society representative.

"We are extremely grateful for the dealers' participation in this campaign," said Winnebago Towables President Johnny Hernandez. "The overwhelmingly positive response we received from our dealers and the general public was extremely gratifying for us to provide support to the American Cancer Society, allowing them to move closer to finding a cure for this devastating disease."

Participating dealers and their support included:

  • McClain's RV Superstores - $16,000
  • Jack Sisemore Traveland, LP - $4,000
  • La Mesa RV Center - $4,000
  • Motor Sportsland, Inc. - $3,000
  • Chilhowee Trailer Sales, Inc. - $2,000
  • Bill Plemmons RV World - $2,000
  • Fretz Enterprises Inc. - $2,000
  • Demontrond RV - $2,000
  • Day Brothers RV Sales - $1,000
  • Dennis Dillon RV, LLC - $1,000
  • Ron Potts RV, LLC - $1,000
  • Holiday Kamper Company of Columbia LLC - $1,000
  • See Grins RV - $1,000
  • Freedom, RV - $1,000
  • Seguin RV - $1,000
  • Western Auto Experts, Inc. - $1,000
  • Cullum & Maxey Camping Center - $1,000
  • Open Roads Complete RV Service & Sales - $1,000
  • Camper Country - $1,000
  • Madison RV Center, Inc. - $1,000
  • Avalon RV Center - $1,000
  • Harvey's RV - $1,000
  • Hufnagel Majors, Inc. - $1,000
  • Wheelen RV Center, Inc. - $1,000
  • Travelcamp, LLC - $1,000

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