The RV Assistance Corporation (RVAC) has donated an additional $7,000 to the Mike Molino RV Learning Center, bringing its total contribution to $38,000. According to a press release, RVAC is the for-profit subsidiary of the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association RVDA that develops member benefits for the association.
“When our members use RVDA-endorsed business products and services, they enable RVAC to support the important educational resources of the RV Learning Center,” said RVAC Chairman Tom Stinnett of Derby City RV in Clarksville, Ind. “This is an important way that RVAC programs help dealers, by reinvesting in high quality continuing education that keeps pace with changes in the industry.”
“RVAC’s support helps the Learning Center continue to give dealers the educational resources they need to continue to prosper,” said RV Learning Center Chairman Jeff Pastore of Hartville RV Center in Hartville, Ojio. “As we near the end of the year, it is an ideal time to think about giving back to an industry that has been very good to many of us. A tax-deductible contribution to the RV Learning Center is a great way for us to invest in our business and in the industry.”
The RV Learning Center is dedicated to providing dealers and their employees with innovative ways to operate RV dealerships through an array of education resources including publications, distance learning, live workshops, online products, training, and certification programs for RV dealership personnel.