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February '21

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And then when Ron Hoover showed up those really nice Forest River Flagstaffs with a whole bunch of bells and whistles. Now we're able to really teach what is out there today. They've never been titled – they were brand, spanking new. So, these were not junk. When they showed up, the plastic was still on the couch and on the beds. I did not see that one coming. I really didn't. Many thanks to Ron Hoover. RV PRO: You've had quite the interesting journey, going from master certified technician to running a mobile RV training academy to the NRVTA. What have you taken away from this experience? Cooper: Wow. Well, I started on the production line with Skyland way back in 1972, and I thought I'd never do that again. And when I left and went into the military, I thought I'll never work in the RV business again. 66 • RV PRO • February 2021 rv-pro.com NRVTA has several new travel trailers on which students can practice their skills thanks to the generosity of Ron Hoover RV. Cooper is pictured with some of his instructors at the NRVTA headquarters. Students perform a hands-on final exam.

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