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RV Industry Vet Joins Dutchmen Sales Force

Posted By Bruce Hampson On October 15, 2010 @ 5:37 pm In Breaking News | No Comments

Tim Dunn

Tim Dunn

Dutchmen RV announced Thursday (Oct. 14) the appointment of Tim Dunn as regional sales manager with responsibility for the Goshen, Ind.-based towables manufacturer’s Kodiak and Four Winds brands within the western sales region.

A 21-year veteran of the RV Industry, Dunn spent the majority of his career as the general manager of one of the largest dealerships in the Rockies. He also held positions with a major RV rental firm and as an independent manufactures representative for several RV brands.

“We are very excited to be able to attract Tim to the Dutchmen team,” said Ryan Thwaits, product manager for Dutchmen RV. “His years of retail and wholesale experience make him very valuable to our dealers. He understands the complexities of running a retail RV dealership — this experience will allow him to partner with his dealers and create a relationship that extends well past the point of the wholesale delivery. He also is an excellent product trainer and will work tirelessly to assure his dealers that the product Kodiak and Four Winds will retail quickly and profitably.”

Dunn cited the “strong and progressive attitude” of Dutchmen, a division of Thor Industries Inc., in making his decision. “I am honored to be given the opportunity to become a part of it and look forward to a long and rewarding career with the ‘new’ Dutchmen.”

Dutchmen RV brands include the Denali, Four Winds, Grand Junction, Aerolite, Kodiak, Voltage, Rubicon and Dutchmen brands. For more information on Dutchmen RV and its products visit www.dutchmen.com or call (574) 537-0600.

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