GOSHEN, Ind. (AP) - Northern Indiana's embattled recreational vehicle industry isgetting some good news.
KeystoneRV announced Monday it will hire about 200 new employees for a140,000-square-foot facility it is acquiring in Goshen.
Spokesman Jim Mac said demand for RVs is up from January andFebruary. He expects the facility to be operating by late fall.
The building previously was owned by Dutchmen Manufacturing,another RV maker.
Dutchmen laid off 100 workers in February as part of a collapseof the RV industry that helped drive Elkhart County's jobless rateto 16.8% in June.
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