Monday, November 24, 2008

Country Coach owes nearly $100,000 for promotional material

A small Eugene, Oregon, business that makes promotional and marketing materials has sued Country Coach, alleging the RV maker hasn’t paid for nearly $100,000 worth of shirts, caps, windbreakers and other accessories emblazoned with the Country Coach logo.

Kim O’Brien, president of TNT, said in an interview that her company has done business with Country Coach for about five years, and has had a good relationship with the RV maker. Country Coach orders shirts, pins and caps with the company logo to sell at rallies and other events, she said.

“We enjoy working with Country Coach,” she said. “They have not been slow pays before. It does sadden us it had to come to this.”

But TNT is a small, family-owned business, and couldn’t afford to not get paid, she said. Founded in 1997, TNT has just six employees, including O’Brien.
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