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Four Winds International Adds to Sales Team

Elkhart, Ind.-based Four Winds International has beefed up its sales staff with a trio of appointments and promotions.

Industry veteran Mark O’Connor has joined the Four Winds International sales team, effective April 1, as the sales manager for Hurricane and Windsport Class A’s, along with Four Winds and Chateau Class C motorhomes for the western United States, according to a news release.

O’Connor will be an instant asset for dealers as he has held positions on the wholesale and retail side of the business. Most recently, he held the position of national director of aales for the Fleetwood towable division, and prior to that he was the inventory manager for Mike Thompson’s RV in California. Dealers can contact O’Connor at moconnor@4winds.com.

Barry Hughes will be leading sales development in the middle section of the U.S. for the Serrano and Montecito diesel-powered Class A products. He has held positions on both the wholesale and retail sides of the business. Hughes rejoins the Four Winds team, after a successful year in the retail side of the business. Previously he managed the Midwest for Four Winds Class A and C products. Dealers can contact Hughes at bhughes@4winds.com.

Elliott Bond has been promoted to the sales manager for the West Coast for the Serrano and Montecito diesel-powered Class A products. Bond will be responsible for dealer development and training in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Arizona, Utah, California and Nevada. He joined the Four Winds team last year as the West Coast sales representative for the Ventura Class B product. Dealers can contact Bond at ebond@4winds.com.

Four Winds International is a subsidiary of Thor Industries Inc., Jackson Center, Ohio.

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#1 Comment By David Robinson On April 5, 2010 @ 1:39 pm

Way to go Barry. Know you will do a fine job.


#2 Comment By joe On April 5, 2010 @ 9:30 pm