The RVDA Education Foundation Inc.’s RV Learning Center recently received contributions from an RV lender and two high-profile dealerships.
Contributors include:
• Key Recreation Lending, a division of Cleveland-based KeyBank NA, pledged an additional $25,000, bringing the firm’s total contribution to $50,000. “Better trained RV dealership employees will help grow the entire RV market and allow more people to invest in the freedom of the RV lifestyle,” said Grant H. Skeens, president and CEO of Key Recreation Lending.
• The Altman Family Foundation contributed $5,000 to the RV Learning Center. “Through educating employees on best practices, the RV Learning Center is improving the way dealers interact with everyone from the manufacturer, to suppliers, to the customer,” said Dave Altman, founder of Altman’s Winnebago in Baldwin Park, Calif.
• Reines RV Center Inc., Manassas, Va., contributed an additional $3,000 to increase its total donation to the RV Learning Center to $10,200. “The RV Learning Center is an extremely valuable resource for RV dealers, their employees, and the entire industry,” said Reines RV Center’s owner Lindsey Reines.
The RV Learning Center provides dealers and their employees with 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.