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rv-pro.com MARCH 2016 • RV PRO • 67 ride to the hotel, which they'll also get back (to the airport) tomorrow," Mullin said. The Task at Hand In the years since the recession, consoli- dation has reshaped the RV industry, and the distribution sector is no exception. Some of the largest distributors in the market merged as a handful of smaller names were absorbed or shuttered their doors. But the couple is careful to avoid allowing a bustling industry become a dis- traction, according to Andrea Mullin. "We do not let the stress of everything going on in the industry affect us," she said. "We keep moving forward, and we don't let it bother us." For Andy Mullin, it's more important that the company focus on the company's customers. "We're aware of what's going on in the industry, and aware of the trends and our competition, but our main focus is to take care of our dealers," he said. "If we see an area of opportunity and want to dive into it, we do it. We are growing where it makes sense and where it's smart and where we're still supporting a dealer base while making a logical expansion." Taking care of dealers is such a focus, Andy Mullin said, that its been the over- arching goal of the company's for the past year, and will remain a big part of the com- pany's 2016 business strategy. To deliver what dealers need, Andy Mullin said the formula is simple. "We're going to stock up on inventory," he said. "We've been doing that all of last year, and that's our goal: To have inventory to take care of dealers." John Tinghitella (center) with RV Designer poses with fellow exhibitors. INNOVATION ZION #1 QUALITY COMFORT SAFETY CRAFTMANSHIP SPACIOUS LUXURIOUS BUCKETLIST TRAVEL CONVENIENT www.roadtrek.com 1.888.ROADTREK (762.3873)

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