Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) members elected eight representatives to the board in the association elections that took place in August.
In the election for two manufacturer seats, Matt Miller, president, Newmar Corp., was reelected to a three-year term while Bob Martin, CEO, Thor Industries Inc., was newly elected to the board for a three-year term as well.
Incumbents Adam Dexter, president and CEO, Dexter Axle Co., and B.J. Thompson, president, B.J. Thompson Associates, were reelected to the board as supplier members for three-year terms. Martin Street, president and CEO, Stag-Parkway Inc., was also elected to a three-year term in a supplier seat.
The election for two at-large representatives saw incumbents Bob Harbin, president and CEO, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp., and Bob Parish, vice president, GE Capital, hold onto their seats for three-year terms. Dick Grymonprez, director of park model sales, Champion/Athens Park Homes, was also reelected as a Park Model RV representative for a three-year term.
The RVIA board elections took place from Aug. 5-28 with official representatives from member companies casting their votes electronically through an on-line ballot. Those elected to the board begin serving their terms on Oct. 1. The RVIA board has the highest level of authority in the association’s organizational structure and is responsible for association matters on a broad policy basis.