Truck Camper magazine has published an interview with Jim Jones, CEO, and Ward King, COO, of Northwood Manufacturing. Interview topics include the status of Northwood Manufacturing’s founder and president, Ron Nash, the leadership transition, Outdoors RV and the vision for Northwood Manufacturing moving forward. The article is available now on Truck Camper magazine’s website at www.truckcampermagazine.com.
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Editor’s Note: Darin Nelson, sales manager for Outdoors RV Manufacturing, provided this release on the health of Ron Nash, founder and president of Northwood Manufacturing Inc., who suffered a stroke on Jan. 12 and was hospitalized in La Grande, Ore.
After his condition stabilized, Ron entered a rehabilitation facility in Boise, Idaho, where he is working daily with speech and physical therapists. He has been communicating regularly with his family and company management, and is expected to make a complete recovery. Ron would like to thank all the employees, customers and friends who have sent expressions of concern and well wishes.
During Ron’s absence, Northwood and Outdoors RV continue to operate on a normal basis under the guidance of an experienced management team. The company has nearly 400 employees at its two manufacturing facilities in La Grande, making it one of the largest private employers in the area. Northwood and Outdoors RV products are distributed by dealers throughout the Western United States and Canada.
Nash founded Northwood Manufacturing in 1993 and the company has grown steadily under his leadership. Northwood manufactures travel trailers, campers, toy haulers and outdoor support vehicles. In 2009, Nash purchased the Fleetwood Travel Trailer plant in La Grande and formed Outdoors RV Manufacturing, which produces four popular travel trailer models.