Originally Posted by Mad DADDY
To all wanting to know the details, I would want to know them myself if I followed this mess for this long. I am not at liberty to tell the details and I am sorry. I do appreciate the following of all of you, your words did help more than you know. People are watching this forum, many people are. We were treated fair, no one really wins this kind of thing but in this case no one lost either ,it's a give and take kind of thing.
So very good to hear.
It is time to get back to your and your wife's life of what you wanted to do all along. Traveling and camping.
Blessing to you.
Thank-you Forest River
for making this saga right in the end.
As one that has worked in Public Relations and Customer Service. Studies have shown that when an error has occurred the best course of action is to admit it.... fix it... and go on.
If you have quality control issues in your factory, they need to be addressed. If you have concerns from your customers they need to be listened to. The economy is not in very good shape and can turn down at any time. The demographic that buys your product from Dealers have the credit and money to spend. Where they spend that money goes to the companies with the perceived value of what they are going to get for it.