RV Trade Publication Launches Transformative Program

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RV News magazine’s seventh annual Made in the USA issue will, for the first time, solely spotlight the hard-working women employed in factories and plants across the RV industry.

The feature, which will appear in the magazine’s July issue, is dubbed RV American Made-Ins (pronounced maidens) and will highlight individuals and teams of women helping make vehicles, parts and accessories related to the RV industry.

Because these women are helping define “Made in America” in the RV industry, RV News chose to dub the amazing representatives American Made-Ins.

Companies can submit up to three individuals or to submit a team photo and up to two additional individuals to serve as representatives of the entire team.

Companies and individuals can participate by filling out information online through the RV News website. Individual submission forms are available here and team submission forms are available here.

Details and examples of submissions are available at RVNews.com/americanmadein.

All women working in factories and plants are eligible. Jobs can include, but are not limited to, manufacturing, assembly, shipping and receiving, packaging, engineering, designing, quality control, cleaning, maintenance, welding and forklift driving.

Last year’s Made in the USA issue, featuring long-tenured employees, showcased more than 110 workers nationwide. RV News hopes to double that number – or more – with this year’s feature.

As an incentive to participate, each woman featured in the July issue (including every member of team photos) will receive a free RV American Made-In T-shirt, courtesy of sponsors Dometic and Stromberg Carlson.

More information is available at RVNews.com/americanmadein. The deadline for submissions is Memorial Day, May 31.

A picture of the Rosie the Riveter poster with the words "We Can Do It!" in a bubble over her head
A World War II color poster depicting ‘Rosie the Riveter’ encourages American women to show their strength and go to work for the war effort by J. Howard Miller in circa 1940. (Photo courtesy National Archives/Getty Images.)
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