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Six Elected To Board, Runoff Underway For Supplier Seat

RVIA members elected five incumbents and one new member to the Board of Directors in the association’s elections while a runoff will determine the final Supplier seat due to a tie in the voting.

Because of the tie between Adam Dexter, president of Dexter Axle Co., and Stan Sunshine, chairman of Stag-Parkway, Inc., in the balloting for the third and final Supplier seat, a special runoff election is being held. RVIA official representatives will be able to cast their vote electronically over a two week period, from Aug. 27 – Sept. 10. The candidate receiving the most votes at the end of that period will assume the Supplier seat for a three-year term.  Instructions and further details regarding the special election were emailed to RVIA official representatives.

Incumbents re-elected during the association elections were Matt Miller, president of Newmar Corp. (Manufacturer); Gregg Fore, president of Dicor Corp. (Supplier); B.J. Thompson, president of B.J. Thompson and Associates (Supplier); Bob Parish, vice president for G.E. Capital (At-Large); and, Jonathan Randall, director of sales and marketing for Freightliner Custom Chassis (At-Large).

John Rhymer, co-founder of Heartland Recreational Vehicles, was newly elected to a Manufacturer seat.

The association’s annual elections took place from Aug. 3 – Aug. 24 with official representatives from member companies casting their votes electronically. Those elected to the Board will begin serving their three-year terms on Oct. 1, 2010. 

The RVIA Board of Directors has the highest level of authority in the association’s organizational structure and is responsible for association matters on a broad policy basis.

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