Brad Williams, president and CEO of Riverside, Calif.-based MVP RV Inc., was recently appointed to a seat on the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) board.
According to a press release, Williams takes up a vacated manufacturer seat with a term running until Sept. 30, 2013. RVIA board members fill seats from a variety of categories in the RV industry to help manage the affairs of the association.
RVIA recently revised the association’s bylaws to have interim appointments to the RVIA board serve the balance of the vacating incumbent’s term so that the election cycle is not disturbed. By maintaining this balance, elections each year will always be for seven seats and each seat will always be for a three-year term.
Williams is a 30-year veteran of the RV industry who previously worked for Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. and Thor California before co-founding MVP RV in 2008. He has also served on RVIA’s Industry Education Committee.
The MVP RV manufacturing facility, which encompasses almost 500,000 square feet of manufacturing space on 23 acres, produces travel trailers under the brand names Coast and Summit, fifth-wheels under the brand names Jazz and Destiny, and toy haulers under the brand names Impact, Vortex and Envy. The company employs more than 250 people and continues to grow its dealer network in the United States and Canada. For more information about MVP RV’s products, visit to www.mvprv.com.