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July '20

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40 • RV PRO • July 2020 RV PRO SPECIAL SECTION Good Deeds Amid COVID-19 REV Recreation Group Donates PPE to Local Hospital REV Recreation Group, manufacturer of Fleetwood RV, Holiday Rambler and Amer- ican Coach motorhomes, has donated several boxes of N-95 masks to the staff at Adams Memorial Hospital in Decatur, Ind. "The masks are crucial at this time and very much appreciated as the hospital pre- pares for the apex of COVID-19," says Kevin Wellman, director of emergency medical services at the hospital. "Per CDC guidelines, if the N-95 masks are not visibly soiled or broken down, clinicians may wear the masks up to five times." "Our top priority is to ensure the safety of our team, but with our production temporarily suspended, we have the oppor- tunity to help keep our community safe," says Bill Reith, vice president and general manager, REV Recreation Group. "With the widespread shortage of PPE, our team, along with our paint supplier Rollie Williams, is delighted to donate a supply of N-95 masks to our local Adams Memorial Hospital. We are truly grateful to all the health care workers who are serving at the frontlines, risking their lives to save others in the fight against this pandemic." Maxxsonics Donates Gloves and Masks Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maxxsonics USA, a supplier of high-quality audio equipment for the RV industry, supported local hospitals and businesses by donating thousands of masks and gloves across the Midwest to aid in the battle against COVID-19. Maxxsonics says it is focused on still delivering products, but that its growing priority has been altered to aid those that need a helping hand. "We are thankful for all of the doctors, nurses, first responders, transportation specialists, and so many more that continue to carry us through this time," the company says. "In this moment of uncertainty, it has been an increasing focus to help those in need that continue to save so many lives day after day," says Alden Stiefel, president and CEO of Maxxsonics USA. "It is an honor to support those and to aid in the fight against COVID-19." Pictured here are several REV Recreation Group associates, hospital representatives, and two of the latest Fleetwood RV motorhome editions. Maxxsonics USA donated thousands of masks and gloves to hospitals across the Midwest. (Illustrated with Adobe Stock photo)

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