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October 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
RV Maker to Buy Oregon Luxury Line: Perris-based National RV Holdings Inc.'s definitive agreement to buy Country Coach Inc. of Junction City, Ore., will expand its product line into the luxury market. The deal, whose terms were not disclosed, will combine National, which had sales of $89 million last year and profit of $3 million, with Country Coach, which had sales of $70 million and pretax income of about $2.8 million.
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February 19, 2007 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles-based Riley Investment Management has gone luxury shopping, buying high-end recreational vehicle maker Country Coach Inc. The investment firm will pay $38.8 million and assume $13 million in debt to purchase the subsidiary of Perris-based National RV Holdings Inc. The deal is expected to close this week. The RV industry has been reeling from high gasoline prices, but Junction City, Ore.
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February 19, 2007 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles-based Riley Investment Management has gone luxury shopping, buying high-end recreational vehicle maker Country Coach Inc. The investment firm will pay $38.8 million and assume $13 million in debt to purchase the subsidiary of Perris-based National RV Holdings Inc. The deal is expected to close this week. The RV industry has been reeling from high gasoline prices, but Junction City, Ore.
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October 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
RV Maker to Buy Oregon Luxury Line: Perris-based National RV Holdings Inc.'s definitive agreement to buy Country Coach Inc. of Junction City, Ore., will expand its product line into the luxury market. The deal, whose terms were not disclosed, will combine National, which had sales of $89 million last year and profit of $3 million, with Country Coach, which had sales of $70 million and pretax income of about $2.8 million.
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September 14, 1995 | BARBARA PESCHIERA, ASSOCIATED PRESS
As the summer vacation season reaches its end and families squeeze one last adventure into the calendar, the effect of the RV industry is inescapable along the Oregon highways. * Oregon is ranked as one of the largest producers of recreational vehicles, in large part because of the high interest in outdoor recreation in the Northwest.
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August 18, 2004 | Rukmini Callimachi, Associated Press
Back when they owned a basic camper, Mike and Marina Wolfgram parked it on riverbanks, in rustic campgrounds and on the sides of highways. That all changed when they bought their first luxury motor home -- a 45-foot coach the size of a yacht and at $1 million just as expensive. They chucked their California home for a new life. But driving in luxury created an unexpected problem for the couple -- parking.
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November 7, 1987 | PETER FREY, Frey, who resides in Sherman Oaks, specializes in automotive writing.
He was standing in the doorway of what seemed to be a cruise ship on wheels. It was parked among 900 recreation vehicles in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium at what claimed to be the largest RV show ever assembled. Bob Lee, president of Country Coach Inc., pointed to a small statue sitting on a coffee table in front of the soft leather couch.
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