August 2014
Volume 39 - Number 1



Industry News

August 21, 2014 2888
Jayco Motorized Division Adding Manufacturing Facility; Jobs

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MIDDLEBURY, Ind., – Jayco's Motorhome Group annoounced plans to expand its manufacturing facilities at its headquarters, adding up to 50 jobs by the end of 2015.

"The expansion comes as a result of the high demand of our motorized products." said Derald Bontrager, president and CEO of Jayco Corporation. "The motorized team continues to exceed expectations, leading to enormous growth and success of the division. We're looking forward to the expansion and the opportunities it will bring."

The new building will serve as the Entegra Coach manufacturing facility and will allow the current motorized building to house Jayco motorhomes. Jayco plans to have construction completed by second quarter, 2015.

Source Jayco, Inc.

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August 20, 2014 2882
Capture Wanderlust at Six Flags New England This Week
New England RV Dealers Association Launches New Summer RV Sale Show

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HUDSON, Mass., -- The enjoyment of families roasting S’mores around a roaring campfire has always been a great campground tradition. Camping provides families and friends an opportunity to disconnect from our wired world and enjoy conversations, games and a relaxing environment to socialize in a safe neighborhood setting that is quickly disappearing from the American landscape.

NERVDA, The New England RV Dealers Association, is launching a new event that will be held in the main parking lot of Six Flags New England starting Thursday, August 21, and running through Sunday, August 24. There will be a separate admission for the Summer RV Sale & Show or visitors can buy a combination ticket that will provide them access to the RV show and the theme and water park located on the Connecticut River, just south of Springfield, MA and the Connecticut border.

Fifteen of the association’s dealers will be displaying everything from pop-up folding campers to luxurious diesel pusher motorhomes. “There is an RV to meet everyone’s budget and size that will provide them with a home away from home to be enjoyed in the great outdoors at a local New England campground or traveling around the country visiting national parks, historical monuments or vacation paradises. Today’s modern RVs have all the amenities enjoyed at home and include large kitchens, bathrooms and even sleeping arrangements for up to ten people,” said Bob Zagami, Executive Director of NERVDA.

The Summer RV Sale & Show will be open to the public Thursday and Friday, 10:30AM to 7:00PM, Saturday from 10:00AM to 7:00PM and Sunday from 10:00AM until the show closes at 6:00PM.

The sale and show will offer outstanding year-end pricing on 2014 models that dealers want to sell before the winter arrives and special pricing on new 2015 models that will be shown in New England for the very first time. There will also be some pristine pre-owned trailers and motorhomes at unbelievable closeout pricing.

Tickets for the event are available online at with the special Promo Code RVSALE2014. A single day ticket for just the Summer RV Sale & Show is only $15.00 and that includes parking, or the RV/Park combo ticket, which also includes parking, is available for only $54.99. Tickets can also be purchased at the park.

The association has been promoting the show on their consumer website,

“Families want more quality time together and we believe this event will draw outdoor enthusiasts from all over New England and New York to see the new RVs and enjoy a great day as our park that now features the new SkyScreamer that opened this year - the tallest ride of its kind on the planet!” said David Rosenthal, Director of Communications for Six Flags New England.

About the New England RV Dealers Association

The New England RV Dealers Association (NERVDA) represents a select group of RV dealers in the six New England states that provide quality RVs that are supported with a full-service business operation ready to meet the needs of all RV enthusiasts who want to enjoy the RV lifestyle.

Our dealers are committed to providing an enjoyable buying experience and service after the sale that will allow RVers to enjoy their pop-up, truck camper, travel trailer, fifth-wheel, toy hauler, motorhome, park model or destination camper for many years.

Source The New England RV Dealers Association

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August 14, 2014 2876
PRVCA Celebrates 15 Years

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Chairman Pat McClure gives a toast at PRVCA's 15 year anniversary celebration.

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Neil Beets and Connie Williams received Excellence in Service awards for over 25 years of service to PRVCA.

CAMP HILL, Penn. – PRVCA’s August Board Meeting turned into a celebration as they commemorated 15 years as an independent association. Previously, PRVCA had been a sister association of the Pennsylvania Manufactured Housing Association, but in 1999, the two organizations parted ways. “I would like to toast the great group of people who had the insight and confidence 15 years ago to make it happen,” Chairman of the Board Pat McClure says. “And of course, a thank you to Becky Lenington for her support and confidence in the Board.”

Several Board members, who include Pat McClure, Dan Saltzgiver, Ed Flick, John Zimmerman, John Roba, Brad Bryant, and John Martin, were on the first Board of Directors of the newly independent association and are still on the Board today.

In conjunction with the 15 year anniversary celebration, PRVCA also recognized Connie Williams of New Dimensions Advertising and Neil Beets of Penn State Exposition Services for their commitment to the Association over the years. “Today we recognize two individuals with for their Excellence in Service,” Lenington says. “Connie and Neil have worked with the Association for over 25 years. It’s their continued service and dedication that helps make the Association great.”

Along with a certificate and gift card, Williams and Beets received an engraved paver in PRVCA’s Memorial Garden reading “Outstanding Service 2014” followed by their names.

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August 12, 2014 2872
America’s Largest RV Show Offers Quality Education Events

CAMP HILL, Penn., – America’s Largest RV Show, held September 8th – 9th at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA, offers something for every facet of the RV industry. Not only is it the first show in the nation with 2015 products, but attendees can also take advantage of numerous education clinics at affordable prices.

America’s Largest RV Show Education Lineup:

Camp Hill, PA – America’s Largest RV Show, held September 8th – 9th at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA, offers something for every facet of the RV industry. Not only is it the first show in the nation with 2015 products, but attendees can also take advantage of numerous education clinics at affordable prices.

  • Monday
  • 10am – 4pm
  • Lunch Included
  • Registration: $30
  • Earn 6 RV Technician Recertification Hours
  • Schwintek InWall Slideout System
  • Level-up hydraulic leveling
  • Correct Track
  • Regular and preventive maintenance
  • Troubleshooting

Profitable Service Advising with Chuck Marzahn and Gary Motley

  • Monday and Tuesday
  • 10am – 4pm
  • Lunch Included
  • Registration: $30
  • Earn 5 CEUs for attending
  • Learn how service and parts departments can work together
  • Make it easier for profitable upsells to be performed by techs
  • Preparedness of parts department and know what parts to stock

Norcold – Technician Training

  • Monday
  • 10am – 2pm
  • Lunch Included
  • Registration: $20
  • Earn 4 RV Technician Recertification Hours

Learn how the cooling unit works including

  • Ventilation
  • Burner and orifice
  • Spark electrode
  • Heaters
  • Downdraft effects
  • Diagnostics
  • Removal
  • Resealing
  • Testing information

Building a Memorable Customer Experience Oriented Brand – Grasshaven Outdoor

  • Monday
  • 11:30am – 12:30pm
  • No Registration Fee
  • Build a memorable brand
  • Elevate an existing brand
  • Develop product/service naming strategies
  • Ways to reinforce customer experience

Distributor Showcase

  • Monday
  • 1:00pm – 2:00pm
  • No Registration Fee
  • Approved as an ARVC Outdoor Hospitality Professional Certificate class
  • Keller Marine and RV will discuss KWEB, a B to B tool that can help every day from shelf talkers to customizing their own price stickers
  • NTP Distribution will present the best way to organize a parts store for maximum inventory and increased sales.

Red Carpet Breakfast with Misty May-Treanor

  • Tuesday
  • 7:30am – 10:00am
  • Chocolate World
  • Includes Breakfast
  • Registration Fee: $25

Hear from three time Olympic Gold Medalist Volleyball Champion Misty May-Treanor and learn what motivates and inspires a world-class athlete. A meet and greet will follow her message. Volleyballs and photos will be available for purchase (cash only).

Atwood – Technician Training

  • Tuesday
  • 10am – 4pm
  • Lunch Included
  • Registration: $30
  • Earn 6 RV Technician Recertification Hours
  • Provide Service contact information
  • Cover the required Tools and Equipment
  • Identify Product by Model and Serial number
  • Provide material training
  • Cover the Sequence of operations
  • Component Identification
  • Testing in Volt, Ohms, and Amps
  • Installation - Gas Pressure, Voltage, Ducting, and Return air
  • Hands on testing, disassembling, and reassembling
  • Warranty Procedures

Cequent Performance Products – Technician Training

  • Tuesday
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Registration: $10
  • Earn 2 RV Technician Recertification Hours

Featured products in this seminar are as follows:

  • Reese® 48” Rail kits with No Drill Outboard Frame Mounting Brackets
  • Reese® Steadi-FLEX Sway Control with weight distribution
  • Reese® Strait Line Weight Distribution hitch kit featuring Dual Cam HP Sway Control
  • Reese® Goose box Pin Box Upgrade Replacement
  • Reese® Sidewinder Pin Box Upgrade Replacement
  • Reese® Revolution OEM Pin Box Reese
  • Reese® NEW Brakeman IV Brake Control
  • Tekonsha P3® with 5 Programmable Settings
  • Tekonsha Prodigy RF®
  • Bulldog® 3500 lb. Powered A Frame Jack
  • Bulldog® RV Powered Dual Landing gear
  • Reese and Bulldog® 2013-14 RAM Truck Fifth wheel and gooseneck Hitch products
  • Thetford – Technician Training
  • Tuesday
  • 10am – 12pm
  • Registration: $10
  • Earn 2 RV Technician Recertification Hours

Instructor Brent Grieves will share information on Thetford Sanitation Products holding tank chemicals and seal lubricants. A service and parts breakdown will also be held on the following toilet models:

  • Bravara
  • Aria
  • Aqua Magic Style Lite
  • Tecma
  • Blue Ox – How Asking Questions Can Make and Save Money
  • Tuesday
  • 1:00pm – 3:00pm
  • Registration: $10
  • Earn 2 RV Technician Recertification Hours

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August 01, 2014 2859
Jayco Announces Management Changes to Customer Service; Towable Sales

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MIDDLEBURY, Ind., –- Jayco, Inc. announced today managementt changes within its Customer Service and Sales departments in its towable and motorized divisions.

The first of these changes includes naming Marc West the Vice President of Customer Service for the Jayco Motorhome Group. Tadd Jenkins, president of the Jayco motorhome group, said, "Marc's tenure with Jayco, along with his vast knowledge of Customer Service and its processes will be an asset to the Jayco motorized team, its dealers and customers." West will be responsible for all motorized technical service and dealer support, warranty, and factory service.

With West's move to the Jayco Motorhome Group, Dave Eash has accepted the position of Vice President of Customer Service for the Jayco towable division. Eash will manage technical service and dealer support, warranty, and factory service for the towable division along with consumer affairs and parts for all Jayco and Starcraft products. "Dave has built great relationships with our dealer base throughout his 32 years at Jayco, which will serve our dealers and the end-user well" said Matt Thompson, Jayco towable president. He continued, "There's no doubt in my mind that Dave is the right person to lead our Customer Service department. His vast product knowledge and ability to form and manage relationships will uphold the integrity of Jayco and the respect it has earned over the years."

In addition, with Eash's departure from the Jayco towable sales department, Brad Whitehead was named Vice President of Jayco Towable Sales. Thompson stated, "Brad has 30 years of industry experience. His knowledge of the industry combined with strong leadership and sales skills make him a prime candidate to grow the Jayco towable division and capture market share." Whitehead started his career in the RV industry in 1984 and most recently worked as Director of Sales and Marketing for the Skyline RV group.

All changes are effective starting Monday, August 4th.

Source Jayco, Inc.

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July 29, 2014 2850
Go RVing, Sports Illustrated’s MMQB Launch 2nd NFL Training Camp Tour

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Go RVing is once again teaming with Sports Illustrated to provide the magazine’s lead NFL writer Peter King with an RV for his Monday Morning Quarterback (MMQB) Training Camp Tour this summer.

King along with other Sports Illustrated writers and staffers embarked from New York on July 19 in a Fleetwood Storm motorhome for a three-week RV odyssey that will visit 20 cities. Along the way, King will write and blog about their RV adventures in addition to their normal football reporting on the widely-read MMQB site.

In sharing his thoughts about RV travel in an MMQB column last August, King wrote, “One of the great things about this trip is discovering places we never knew. I’d driven past Chattanooga on the interstate before, but this time, we stopped there for the night between stops at the Falcons and Titans, having a couple of local beers at The Foundry, chowing down at The City Diner, and watching a few inning of the Chattanooga Lookouts game at the nice downtown ballpark,” King wrote in his MMQB column on Aug. 12.

Later in the column he added, “John Madden used to say it all the time, and I am merely copycatting him by saying what a beautiful country this is, and I’m lucky over the past two weeks to be driving through it instead of flying over it.”

Speaking to attendees at RVIA’s Outlook 2014 breakfast at the National RV Trade Show in December about his RV tour, King said that a bad flying experience a couple years ago – one that prevented him from getting from one NFL training camp to another in time to write his story – got him thinking about using an RV for his annual visits to NFL training camps. Last year’s tour in a Jayco motorhome arranged by Go RVing covered 11,269 miles in 31 days and whetted King’s appetite for more.

It also piqued the interest of NFL players and coaches. “When I visited the Colts training camp, I talked with Andrew Luck [the team’s quarterback] and Chuck Pagano [the coach] at the motorhome,” King said. “They both wanted to look inside and said this was how they wanted to travel. In Minnesota, Adrian Peterson sat behind the wheel and talked about how he wanted a motorhome for himself and his family.”

King is one of America's premier pro football writers and his MMQB column on, which began in 1997, has become a must-read for fans, league insiders and anyone who loves the NFL. The column regularly draws more than 12 million page views, and based on its popularity, Sports Illustrated and King expanded the column to a stand along microsite on He has over one million Twitter followers and he will be tweeting constantly during the tour as well.

Source GoRVing

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July 24, 2014 2846
Program Aids Scholars Connected with RV Industry
Dandy RV Superstore Employee Receives 2014-15 RV Learning Center Scholarship

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Ashton Shropshire

Ashton Shropshire, a rising college sophomore who’s worked summers at Dandy RV Superstore in Anniston, AL since 2011, is the recipient of the Mike Molino RV Learning Center Scholarship for academic year 2014-15. Endowed through the Kindlund Family Foundation, the $2,500 award goes to a deserving RV company employee or their dependent enrolled in undergraduate studies.

Shropshire attends the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where she is majoring in public relations with a minor in marketing. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and was on the school’s Dean’s List for 2013. She hopes to intern in the RV industry and obtain employment in the field after college.

The RV Learning Center Scholarship Program recognizes deserving rising college sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Applicants are judged on current RV industry involvement or plan for employment in the industry upon graduation, academic achievement, extracurricular activities and honors, financial need, and a 500-word essay on their goals and objectives in college. The program has awarded $60,000 to 24 students since its inception in 2000.

“Ashton’s background working at Dandy RV Superstore, along with her outstanding academic record, make her a worthy scholarship recipient,” said Newt Kindlund. “We are pleased to be able to honor someone who recognizes the unique potential of our industry and wants to use her education to continue her professional growth in the RV business.”

The Kindlund family, which endowed the scholarship program with $270,000, remains active in the RV industry even after selling its corporation, Holiday RV Superstores, in 1999. Newt Kindlund serves on the RV Learning Center Board of Directors.

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July 23, 2014 2845
EverGreen, Lifestyle, Stealth and Starcraft Distribution Kickoff "Willpower" Campaign to Help 15-Year-Old Cancer Patient

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Kickoff for the Will Mishler “Willpower” fundraiser at EverGreen, Stealth Trailers and Starcraft Distribution company picnic. Pictured from left to right: Will Mishler, Kelly Rose (Founder and Chairman of EverGreen Companies), Amy Mishler (Will’s mother), Jim Mishler (Will’s father)

EverGreen Recreational Vehicles, LLC, along with their sister companies of Stealth Trailers and Starcraft Distribution, and EverGreen's Lifestyle Luxury RV division, kicked off a fundraiser for Will Mishler, 15-year-old student at Northridge High School in Middlebury, Indiana. In September 2012, Will suffered a football injury that resulted in a doctor visit. He was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a rare form of nerve cancer. Will's dad, Jim Mishler, is a Product Engineer with EverGreen Recreational Vehicles' Lifestyle Luxury RV division.

Team captains for the fundraiser include President and COO of EverGreen Recreational Vehicles, LLC and Lifestyle Luxury RV, Mark Boessler; President of Stealth Trailers, Stu Keaton; and General Manager of Starcraft Distribution, Derek Thews. The team Captains will join up with volunteers with a raffle of a 6-foot by 12-foot $5,100 Stealth Titan trailer and the sale of wristbands to help offset some of the costs of Will's medical treatments. The drawing for the Stealth trailer will take place on August 1, 2014.

"The importance of family cannot be understated," said EverGreen Founder and Chairman of EverGreen Companies, Kelly Rose. "We want to help all of our employees in every company as we feel strongly they are a major part of our family. Without the dedication and commitment of all our employees we wouldn't be where we are today, so when tragedy befalls our family, we pull together to help in any way we can."

Anyone interested in purchasing raffle tickets for the Stealth trailer at the cost of $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00, or those who would like to purchase wristbands at $1.00 each, should send their requests to:

ATTN: J. Neal
P.O. Box 12
Middlebury, IN 46540-0012

Generous donations above the minimum are welcome.

Those who would like to make a donation may do so at Lake City Bank, Account #1011449730.

Source EverGreen Recreational Vehicles, LLC

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July 18, 2014 2841
Winnebago Announces Partnership with Little Debbie
Oatmeal Creme Pies and Road Trips - the Perfect Match!

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FOREST CITY, Iowa, -- Winnebago Industries, Inc. (NYSE:WGO), and Little Debbie®, America's leading snack cake brand, have partnered on the Oatmeal Creme Pie Road Trip Giveaway - combining two of America's most recognized brands.

"We are excited to partner with Little Debbie on the Oatmeal Creme Pie Road Trip Giveaway," said Winnebago's Director of Marketing Chad Reece. "This promotion features two of America's greats - the most recognized name in RVs and a leader in the snack food industry."

The back panel of Oatmeal Creme Pie cartons provides details about the Road Trip Giveaway, featuring a Winnebago Minnie Winnie as the grand prize. The promotion, which runs through November 30, awards the grand prize winner a two-week use of a new Winnebago Minnie Winnie. A classic icon of road trips, the Minnie Winnie is a true family favorite offering sleeping flexibility, a comfortable living area, fully equipped galley and plenty of storage - both inside and out. The grand prize winner will also receive a copy of Jamie Jenson's best-selling book "Road Trip USA," as well as the Road Trip board game that challenges player's road trip knowledge, vocabulary and geography.

Monthly, first prize winners will be awarded a copy of the Road Trip board game; with second prize winners receiving the "Road Trip USA" book. In addition, 100 winners will receive Winnebago coolers - perfect for any road trip!

For more information on the Road Trip Giveaway, or to enter the sweepstakes, visit

Source Winnebago Industries, Inc.

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July 15, 2014 2839
Cal Poly Students Produce New Cabin Concept for California State Parks

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POMONA, Calif., -- Students at California State PolyTechnique University, Pomona have developed a new cabin design that has gotten the attention of California State Parks officials as well as Cavco Industries, the nation's top producer of campground cabins.

In fact, the new cabin concept, called The Wedge, is so unique that Cavco agreed to build a prototype unit using the students' designs and to transport it to Sacramento, where it will be featured at the California State Fair in Sacramento on July 11 to 27.

"We think The Wedge has a very innovative design that will capture people's attention and stimulate their interest in cabins and in cabin camp-ing," said Tim Gage, Cavco's national vice president of park models, cab-ins and specialty products for Cavco, which designs and builds fully fur-nished cabins for campgrounds across the country.

"California State Parks officials are very interested in The Wedge," Gage said.

Unlike traditional cabins, The Wedge has a unique roof that sits at an almost perfect 90-degree angle. That's not all that is different about The Wedge compared to a traditional cabin. It also incorporates various mate-rials, including Western red cedar vertical siding, a composite porch deck and an ACX plywood interior for a more modern look. The small footprint cabin has a spacious porch as well as an inside area with a built in full size bed and twin bunk beds as well as custom made seating.

CalPoly students hope State Parks will embrace The Wedge and market it as a unique rental accommodation.

"Our students have come up with a design that could stimulate in-crease in cabin camping in public parks," said Juintow Lin, an associate professor of architecture at CalPoly Pomona.

The students, she added, have been working with independent Parks Forward Commission, which has been tasked with creating propos-als to address financial, operational and cultural issues facing the Depart-ment of Parks and Recreation. Commission co-chairman Lance Conn par-ticularly wanted the panel to look at recreating the traditional cabin as a way to attract minorities and non-traditional campers to State Parks.

CalPoly College of Environmental Design Dean Michael Woo also serves on the Parks Forward Commission, and was asked to have Cal-Poly's architecture students take the lead in designing the cabin in an effort to jumpstart interest among groups that are not typical campers.

"Our students frequently get to use their imaginations to solve de-sign problems," Woo says. "With this project, our students are not only us-ing their imaginations, but also are making something which will change the way Californians perceive and use the great outdoors."

Lin said her students designed more than 10 distinctively different cabins that had to meet certain conditions such as size, portability and a tight budget. The model called The Wedge was ultimately presented to Cavco for construction.

At least one model that the students worked on is expected to be placed in a state park, but CalPoly students and Parks Forward Commis-sion officials hope is that it will prove so popular it will become the new standard for what camping looks like in California.

"These are designed with the intention of being very real structures eventually," student Kevin Easterling said. "It's on its way."

This opportunity was provided to the architecture students in the fall-out from the 2011 state budget crisis that included a threat of 70 parks be-ing shuttered. The parks survived but it was learned later that the possibil-ity of the closures was partly the result of senior officials in the state De-partment of Parks and Recreation hiding $54 million in two special funds. Park attendance has also dropped in recent years.

The independent Parks Forward Commission was tasked to create proposals to address financial, operational and cultural issues facing the Department of Parks and Recreation.

Phoenix, Ariz.-based Cavco Industries is the leading producer of va-cation cabins, park model homes, and systems-built commercial struc-tures. More information is available at and

Source Cavco Industries

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