Moving Ahead

Beck, Bill
August 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p8
Focuses on Elkhart, Indiana-based recreational vehicle manufacturer, Forest River Inc. Founder; Background of the company; Number of employees; Projected 2004 revenues; Number of recreational vehicles manufactured in 2003; Business strategy; Factors contributing to the success of the company; Performance of the recreational vehicle industry in Indiana.


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