Executives from two RV manufacturing companies and from two major RV industry supplier firms will make presentations during an institutional investors conference on Thursday (Feb. 26) because they believe their stocks currently are undervalued by the market.
Presentations will be given by executives from Monaco Coach Corp., Winnebago Industries Inc. Spartan Motors Inc., and Drew Industries Inc. during the Robins RV Roadshow – an Institutional Equity Conference.
Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) President Dave Humphreys also will provide the keynote address during the event, which will focus on the RV industry.
The conference will begin at 9 a.m. Eastern Time Thursday and it will be webcast at www.robinsmediagroup.com/conference and www.fulldisclosure.com.
The event will be moderated by Marc Robins, founder of Catalyst Financial Resources and The Red Chip Review. The program will be structured “to match small and microcap companies to qualified institutional and individual investors interested in participating in the growth and success of these high-achieving, undervalued companies,” Robins said.
The presenters for Monaco, a leading motorhome manufacturer, will be John Nepute, president, and Marty Daley, vice president and CFO.
For Winnebago, also a leading motorhome manufacturer, the presenters will be Ed Barker, senior vice president and CFO, and Sheila Davis, manager of public and investor relations.
John Sztykiel, CEO and COO of Spartan, a supplier of diesel-pusher motorhome chassis, also will make a presentation during the conference, along with Leigh Abrams, Spartan’s president and CEO, and Fred Zinn, executive vice president and CFO of Drew, a supplier of towable RV chassis and other components through its Lippert and Kinro subsidiaries.