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Drew Industries Makes the Grade

September 25th, 2013 Comments off

Combining the manufactured housing (MH) and recreational vehicle (RV) industries together, investors.com ranks the combination 19th out of 197 industry groups that Investors Business Daily (IBD) tracks. The group has seven members but only three are significant, MHProNews has learned. Manufactured housing’s sister business Thor Industries (THO) ranks number one, followed by Winnebago Industries (WGO) in the second spot, and Drew Industries (DW) fills out the third position due to its strong earnings growth over the last three years. Through its subsidiaries, Lippert Components, Inc. and Kinro, Inc., Drew supplies components to the MH and RV industries. Drew closed up in today’s trading, +0.32% to end the session at 43.84.

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Hall of Fame Inducts Ten

January 31st, 2012 Comments off

The Recreational Vehicle/Manufactured Housing Heritage Foundation has announced to MHProNews.com its annual inductees into the RV/MH Hall of Fame to honor those who have made significant contributions to the industry. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the awards, to be held in Elkhart, Indiana, Aug. 6, 2012. The inductees are: Michael R. Evans, Aberdeen SD founder of Centennial Homes; Doug Gorman, Tulsa, OK founder of Home Mart, MHCC member; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson (deceased) Jackson of Myrtle Beach, SC founded the Ocean Lakes Family RV Park; Edith Lane (deceased) of Deming, New Mexico, founded RV singles organization; Gerald “Jiggs” Mereut, Wausau, WI owner of Housing Mart, longtime association board member; Bob Olson, Forest City, IA Winnebago Industries CEO; Stanley Sunshine, Atlanta GA RVIA member, strong industry supporter; Ellwood A. Titcomb (deceased), Lake Helen, FL housing community pioneer; Perry Yoder (deceased) Middlebury IN RV industry leader and board member IMHA; and Mary Irene Younkin, Columbus, OH 60+ year veteran of the housing industry, business founder and association member, joins late husband and son in Hall of Fame.

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