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44 • RV PRO • November 2019 rv-pro.com O P E N H O U S E C O V E R A G E methods, which RVTI officials say goes a lot further than simply reading educational books. New, Improved Venues for Forest River & Thor It was hard to tell if the Open House Week crowd was enthusiastic because the outlook is getting more positive or if it was just a reaction to sparkling new facilities. Forest River's exhibit moved to the spacious new East to West facility, with buildings and a campus that seemed to dwarf the previous home at the Dynamax plant. And the newly paved grounds around the RV/MH Hall of Fame changed the Thor exhibit from a potential quagmire if it rained into gorgeous manicured grounds – no more bark mulch From left: RVDA President Phil Ingrassia, U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, RVTI President Curt Hemmeler, Newmar President Matt Miller and RVIA Interim President Craig Kirby cut the ribbon to open the RV Technical Institute in Elkhart, Ind. Above: Riverside RV debuted the Intrepid, marking a break from its standard stick-and- tin retro lineup. At right: Forest River's East to West division unveiled its first laminate trailer, the Alta.

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