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122 • RV PRO • November 2018 rv-pro.com B U S I N E S S Reporting on the RV industry across North America News of Note Travel Lite Hires Streich, Martin for Key Posts Travel Lite has hired Joshua Streich as national sales manager. He will be responsible for product development, sales and distribution of all Travel Lite RV product sales nationwide. "Travel Lite's innovative current line-up, coupled with exciting future plans and the potential for growth is amazing and I look forward to being a part of that," said Streich. Streich brings more than 15 years of experience in the RV industry where he worked for some of the most well-known companies in the business. For the past seven years in sales and marketing with Highland Ridge RV, his territory grew by an average of 15 percent each year over a two-year span. Separately, Travel Lite has hired Jason Martin as the director of product development. Martin supports the "Innovation not Duplication" vision of the company and is excited to be a part of the continued growth and leadership in the industry behind the organization. Martin brings more than 20 years of business experience in the RV industry, where he held posi- tions ranging from front-line of production to director level positions in operations, engineering and management for some of the most well-known RV and OEM companies in the industry. Arterra Names Vice as Aftermarket Sales Manager Arterra Distribution, the RV division of the WFCO group, has hired Todd Vice to be its new aftermarket sales manager at the company's Elkhart, Ind.-based head- quarters. Vice's focus will be on continuing to develop relationships with new and existing distributors, as well as focusing on dealer training and programs. "We are delighted to add Todd to the Arterra sales team," said Rich Dotson, president of Arterra Distri- bution. "His extensive expe- rience in the RV aftermarket and proven track record of success in sales, partners well with our team as we respond to growth within and out- side of the RV industry." Vice has more than 16 years of experience in the RV industry's aftermarket. He has worked with Carefree of Colorado and, most recently, as an RV and marine sales manager at Walex Products. Regency Hires Gonyon, Meredith as Territory Reps Regency RV has hired Will Gonyon as regional sales manager for its newly acquired National Traveler brand. He will be responsible for new business development, sales training systems and assisting dealers with their Regency customers. Gonyon brings more than 15 years of RV industry management and sales experience to the company having worked for some of the best-known brands in the RV industry including Forest River, Keystone and CrossRoads RV. Separately, Larry Meredith has been appointed regional sales manager, western region, for Regency RV and its newly acquired National Traveler brand. He will be responsible for new business development, sales training and assisting dealers with their Regency customers. Meredith brings more than 41 years of RV industry management and sales experience to the company, having worked for companies including Forest River, Carriage, Monaco Coach and Fleetwood RV. Streich Martin Vice

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