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January 8, 2014

Don Emahiser to lead Skline RV

GOSHEN — Don Emahiser has been hired as president of Skyline Corp.’s recreational business group.

Emahiser will focus on product development, marketing and sales along with production and engineering, according to the company.

Prior to joining Skyline, Emahiser served as the president of Crossroads RV, Redwood RV and Carriage RV. 

“I’m honored to be a part of the tradition-rich Skyline organization and can’t wait to assist with future successes,” Emahiser said.

Skyline Corp. has manufactured housing and RV manufacturing divisions headquartered in Elkhart.

Terry Decio, Skyline’s vice president of marketing and sales said, “We are truly excited to have Don join our team and we look forward to harnessing his solid RV experience as we grow our business.”

Skyline manufactures RVs under the brand names Nomad, Aljo, Layton, Weekender, Koala, Walkabout and EcoCamp.

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