Nate Goldenberg Promoted at Dutchmen Mfg.

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November 5, 2010 by   1 Comment

Nate Goldenberg

Nate Goldenberg

Don Clark, president of Dutchmen Manufacturing Inc., today (Nov. 5) announced that Nate Goldenberg has been promoted to general manager for the company’s Denali, Voltage and Rubicon division. Goldenberg previous held the position of product manager for the division.

“Over the past year, Nate has shown a tremendous amount of leadership within our company,” Clark stated in a news release. “He has made huge strides with our Denali laminated mid-profile fifth-wheel and travel trailer product lines and as a result, we have seen a significant increase in market share for the brand.”

In addition to his responsibilities with the Denali line, Goldenberg has been working to develop Dutchmen’s all new toy hauler product lines — the Voltage luxury fifth-wheel and the Rubicon travel trailers. According to Clark, they have been the most successful product launches the company has ever had. “Both products have been enthusiastically received by dealers and retail customers and are already becoming major factors in the toy hauler segment,” he added.

Denali, Voltage and Rubicon will be featured in Dutchmen’s display at the 48th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30 through Dec. 2. The display is located in the South Wing Booth 1101.

Dutchmen RV is a division of Thor industries. Dutchmen RV produces several brands of towable recreational vehicles that are sold throughout the United States and Canada. Dutchmen RV brands include the Denali, Four Winds, Grand Junction, Aerolite, Kodiak, Voltage, Rubicon and Dutchmen brands. Goldenberg can be reached at Dutchmen by phone at (574) 537-0600 and email at More information on the Denali, Voltage and Rubicon product lines can be found on

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One Response to “Nate Goldenberg Promoted at Dutchmen Mfg.”

  1. Forrest Mathis on November 6th, 2010 10:02 am

    Congrats Nate. I’m sure you will do well.