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Dicor’s Fore: Show Response Beyond Expectations


Gregg Fore

Gregg Fore

Editor’s Note: In the week following the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Gregg Fore, president of the Dicor Group of Companies and first vice chairman of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), had the following comments on the show’s success and to Dicor’s new product introductions.

With nearly a dozen new products on display from the Dicor Companies including frame window shades, RV burglar alarms, updated remote control systems, SURV motorized rear bug screens, all aluminum steps and the Innova interior cabinet systems, Dicor President Gregg Fore indicated that the response from dealers and manufacturers was beyond expectations.

“Each of our companies released new product initiatives, aimed at changing the way RV components are perceived by manufacturers, dealers and consumers,” Fore stated. “The encouragement we received from our customers indicates that we are, in fact, challenging the status quo with our new product offerings. They strongly encouraged us to rapidly get these products into their newest unit designs.”

Standing at the forefront of new product development for the RV Industry, the Dicor Group of Companies, which includes Alta Resources, Seal Designs, United Shade and Dicor Corp., is bringing products to the mix that will help manufacturers to change the landscape of the industry to meet the needs of today’s dealers and consumers as well, he said. Some examples of this new product innovation include:

“With these and other new product introductions Dicor is setting a tone for the RV industry to think differently when it comes to new product design and the choice of options that are now available,” Fore said. “Of course, Dicor will continue its role as a key supplier of its core products, roofing and wheel products, as well as its aftermarket emphasis on roof care and maintenance and wheel accessories.

“The reaction to new product ideas coupled with the reported success of the National RV Trade Show from our manufacturing customers is yet another sign that the Industry recovery is continuing , and that 2010 should be a healthy year for the RV Industry,” Fore concluded.

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