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Minnesota RVDA Gives $5K to Learning Center

The Minnesota Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) donated $5,000 to the RV Learning Center, according to a press release.

This donation brings the fundraising drive for FY2013 closer to its goal of providing more opportunities for cost-effective training that makes better use of technology. Fundraising for 2013 began during the Convention/Expo and continues through June.

“Minnesota dealers want to show our commitment to all the good the RV Learning Center does for us,” said Will Jarnot of Pleasureland RV. “We know this donation is money well-spent because supporting the RV Learning Center is an investment in the future of our industry. If we didn’t have the RV Learning Center, where else would dealers turn for continuing education that speaks to our unique needs?”

“Minnesota RVDA’s donation is a fine example of what we as dealers can accomplish working together,” said RV Learning Center Chairman Jeff Pastore. “This gift will go a long way toward keeping the RV Learning Center leading change in our industry through innovative and cost-effective educational programs.”

Donations to the RV Learning Center fund programs including webinars on current topics, training and certification for dealership staff, essential publications and learning guides, and the Convention/Expo. Convenient online donations as well as a printable form that accommodates customized pledges and donations have simplified giving for 2013.

The RV Learning Center is supported by dealers, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and other RV industry members who are committed to dealership education and the high levels of customer service that is provided by educated employees

For more information go to www.rvlearningcenter.com and learn more about what the RV Learning Center does for dealers and how you can help keep it going. The RV Learning Center is a tax exempt organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions may be tax deductible as charitable donations.

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