Friday, April 18, 2008

RV manufacturer County Coach cuts employees' wages.

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. - More bad news for the local recreational vehicle industry. Junction City RV manufacturer County Coach announced they're cutting all of their employees' wages.

More than 1,000 people will see a 5 percent loss on their checks. That means a person making the starting $10.50 per hour will lose more than $500 each year.

The company's president, Chief Executive Officer Jim Howard is also cutting his pay by 25 percent. Altogether saving the company an estimated $2 million this year.

Officials tell us the company is trying to withstand tough economic times, as RV sales continue to decline.
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