July '18

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RV PRO: Origins July 2018 • RV PRO • 131 Matt Bryan, RVIA-Certified RV Technician, Oregon Motorcoach Center I was looking for a challenging career that would allow me to put my knowl- edge, skills and abilities to work. This lead me to Monaco Coach in 1999, where during my tenure I earned my certification as an RV technician in 2004. My goals were to learn as much as possible about the industry, and to provide outstanding customer service. My first industry show was at the FMCA Rally. It provided great opportunity to network with other service technicians as well as industry leaders. I was able to gain understanding of the industry that I have become a part of. I have not had a significant turning point in my career. With that said, I still find my job interesting and challenging. I enjoy what I do, and I am satisfied with my career choice. An accomplishment that I am proud of is the experience that I have gained by working on multiple brands and styles of coaches throughout my 19 years of service as an RV technician. Key your RV with the Global Pro 1Key System that is safe and secure. Over 4 Million Units have at least one door keyed to these mass produced generic key codes: CH751, G391, CK330, CH502, R001, 357. 888-400-3044 www.cpgbrands.com

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