ELKHART, Ind., Jan. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Thor Industries, Inc. (NYSE: THO) today announced that Andy Cripe, President of its CrossRoads subsidiary, has resigned from CrossRoads to pursue other interests. Mr. Cripe's resignation was effective January 22, 2016.
Announcing the transition, Thor President and CEO, Bob Martin stated, "We would like to thank Andy for his many years of service, including his service as President of CrossRoads, and we wish him well in his future endeavors. We will begin an immediate search for new leadership at CrossRoads, but in the interim, we have confidence in our team to continue meeting the needs of CrossRoads' dealers and consumers. The team at CrossRoads has made great progress in improving the quality of products and efficiency of our operations, and we expect their momentum to continue during the transition."
About Thor Industries, Inc. Thor is the sole owner of operating subsidiaries that, combined, represent one of the world's largest manufacturers of recreational vehicles.
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