More than $90,000 was donated to the Mike Molino RV Learning Center since October, RVDA announced. The donations include contributions from 25 donors, led by Protective.
The donations were made from Oct. 1, 2020, through Feb. 11.
“We are grateful for these important contributions to the RV Learning Center,” RVDA President Phil Ingrassia said. “They show the industry’s commitment to continuing education and improving the quality of service our customers receive through programs like the recently launched service writer/advisor online training program.”
Donations to the RV Learning Center are an investment in the industry, the association stated, funding programs such as webinars, training and certification for dealership professionals, publications, learning guides and the RV Dealers Convention/Expo.
The learning center stated it is supported by dealers, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and other RV industry members who have expressed a commitment to dealership education and customer service. The RV Learning Center is a tax-exempt organization.
Companies, individuals and dealerships that contributed to the center since October 2020 are:
Byerly RV Center: $5,000
Campers Inn RV: $5,000
Horsey Family Memorial Fund: $5,000
PleasureLand RV Center, Inc.: $5,000
Robert Crist and Company RV: $5,000
Tom & Carolyn Stinnett: $5,000
Lindsey Reines: $3,000
B Young RV: $2,500
Moix RV Supercenter: $2,500
Wilkins RV: $2,500
Crestview RV Center: $2,000
Mount Comfort RV: $1,500
Topper’s Camping Center: $1,274
Hartville RV Center: $1,000
Krenek RV Center: $1,000
Kroubetz Lakeside Campers: $1,000
Leo’s Vacation Center: $1,000
Phil Ingrassia: $1,000
AGWS/American Guardian Group of Companies: $500
Bill & Shannon Koster: $500
Burlington RV Superstore: $500
Colonial Airstream & RV: $500
Tri-Am R.V. Center of East Tennessee: $500
A & L RV Sales: $155