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March '21

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36 • RV PRO • March 2021 rv-pro.com NEW TOW-PRO ELITE BRAKE CONTROLLER T h e R E D A R C To w - P r o E l i t e brake controller has earned its reputation in the toughest place on Earth — the Australian Outback. Its two distinct modes make it a master of tackling any terrain — proportional for highway hauling and user-controlled for even the steepest, rockiest, most rutted- out trails. We know the world can be relentless, so it's our mission to only send you out there with gear we trust on our own rigs. Haul with Australian confi dence at redarcelectronics.com ON A SCALE FROM MADE-IN-CHINA TO OUTBACK-APPROVED, HOW BAD DO YOU WANT TO STOP? 20RED17580_TowPro_Elite_RVProMag_HalfPg.indd 1 20RED17580_TowPro_Elite_RVProMag_HalfPg.indd 1 1/22/21 3:01 PM 1/22/21 3:01 PM Expressions of Thanks Exhibitors and convention staff all expressed gratitude for this year's Expo – especially given the unique circumstances. "Not only is this an awesome facility," Ross said of the convention area, "but NTP-STAG, the hotel and convention center have gone out of their way to create a safe environment – communicating with us every step of the way and keeping us informed long before we even got on a plane." Liz White, national sales manager for ADCO, was pleased with the steady foot traffic at the show and grateful for the quality time with customers. "I think it was a huge step for NTP- STAG to break out of the box – commit- ting to the show and actually sticking to it. It was excellent," she said. "The industry needed that one person, that one company to get things started, and now I think 2021 will really push forward." NTP-STAG's Kaur, who said she went into the Expo with tapered expectations, said she "couldn't be prouder" of everyone involved, from exhibitors and attendees to convention staff. "What I hadn't really thought through – and what I didn't expect to hear – was (convention) staff so graciously thanking us for being there, for giving them a chance to take part in the show, for giving them an opportunity to serve," she added. "When someone you don't even know thanks you for bringing their job back after eight to nine months, it hits you … it really, really hits you." Looking back on the event, Rogers said, "There's this sense of 'We all did this together,' and that's a good thing." Read More About NTP-STAG: rvpro.ly/pjbtb rvpro.ly/jnbxr CURT Group used the Expo to debut several new hitch and towing products that generated strong interest from dealer attendees.

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