Awards

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2016-2017 NTP-Stag Canada RV Technician Bursary  Can RV Dealer of the Year button

 

For 2017, RVDA of Canada has awarded 11 bursaries valued at $1,000 and one bursary valued at $1,500 to eligible RV technicians in all Canadian provinces who have enrolled in RV apprenticeship or related education programs.

The following recipients have enrolled in formal RV apprenticeship and related programs (see list below) have achieved higher than average grades and demonstrated serious interest and desire to succeed in the RV industry.

  • Okanagan College (Apprenticeship, entry-level, online training, Atlantic propane training)
  • SAIT Polytechnic (Apprenticeship)
  • Ontario RVDA/TSSA (RV 2 and RV 1 propane certification)
  • Mike Molino RV Learning Center (RV Technician Certification Preparation)
  • FRVTA Distance Learning network (RV Technician certification Preparation)

 

2016-2017 RVDA of Canada RV Technician Bursary Recipients

$1500 Bursary Recipient

Vonne Bergstrand Fraserway RV

$1000 bursary recipients

Daryl Plaza Woody’s RV World
Jerry Gade Morry’s Trailer Sales
Joyce Corfield Arbutus RV & Marine Sales
Keith Veness Sunwest RV Centre
Kyle Synnott Canadian Leisure RV
Lindsey Roberts Snowy Peaks RV
Mitchell Peterson Village RV
Nolan Abramson Prairie Sky RV
Rick Anderson Arrkann Trailer & RV Centre
Stephen Hauser Pine Acres RV
Teryn Hogan Traveland RV Supercentre

Walter Paseska Canadian RV Dealer of the Year Award

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2016 Canadian RV Dealer of the Year Award Recipient

George Goodrick

Adventure Sports RV Centre

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Established in 1989 by Camping Canada, and dedicated to Walter Paseska for his many years of commitment and tireless dedication to the RV industry, this award is given to a Canadian RV acting dealer principal on the basis of the following criteria:

  • long-term dedication to the RV industry and promotion of the RV lifestyle by the acting dealer principal of a recognized full-service RV dealership;
  • commitment and participation in the RVDA at the provincial or national level;
  • recognition by customers and peers as a person with the highest integrity and credibility in both work and personal life; and
  • contribution to the community.