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rv-pro.com February 2018 • RV PRO • 21 rv-pro.com February 2018 • RV PRO • 21 Jessica Ulanowicz Safety Director, Horizon Transport Ul a n ow i c z b e g a n h e r c a r e e r w i t h H o r i z o n Tran sp or t in 2004 as a c o m p l i a n c e o f f i c e r. Through determination and a strong work ethic, she worked her way up to safety director in early 2015. She is a strong person who has demon- strated an ability to assert herself in a predominantly male workforce. Ulanowicz is married to a local police officer, and together, they have three children. "As a young child, my family would get together annually to camp in the motorhome at Indiana Beach in Monticello, Ind.," she says. "This experience was something all of the grandkids looked forward to every year. We still reminiscence about the memories today." Jim Hoogendoorn CEO, Jim's Camper Service Hoogendoorn has worked on RVs since he was 6 years old. In 2008, he helped his father expand his business by adding body work and fiberglass lamination to the service center. The shop started seeing 60 percent annual growth. In 2013, he bought the business and also started a service-based dealership. Hoogendoorn says he believes pur- chasing a camper is a small part of the RV experience, and he wants the customer's back-end experi- ences to remain just as positive. "When I was 9, we went on our summer vacation in a vintage Winnebago motorhome made for two that my dad was fixing up to sell," he says. "It was fun packing all seven of us into that thing every night."

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