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Old 05-04-2011, 08:36 AM   #1
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Exclamation Monaco President Kay Toolson Set To Retire

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COBURG, OR (MAY 2, 2011) Monaco RV, LLC, manufacturer of motorized and towable recreational vehicles, announces President Kay Toolson will retire the end of June of this year. After 25 years at the helm, Mr. Toolson will step away from the day-to-day operations, but still be involved in special projects and take an advisory role in the company.


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Yep,

Navistar finally figured it out!

I quote from the release,
"During his tenure with Monaco Coach Corporation, the company grew from a small, specialty RV manufacturer recording $17 million in annual revenue to a 5,700 employee company producing a broad spectrum of RVs and annual revenue in excess of $1.4 billion."

What they fail to mention is that he also presided over the decline form $1.4 Billion to $0.
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This is great news. The "new guy" has amazing credentials. Let's hope that Monaco returns to being near the top of the heap. Seems like Navistar is very serious about doing so!

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