The RV industry is family-oriented, both in its approach towards customers and in the structure of many businesses that focus on the industry. That’s certainly true at RCV Custom Coach Service in Junction City, where owner Bob Vinson has operated his family-run business for the past six years.

Bob started working with RVs at Country Coach in 1998. After some time in R&D and production, he found his calling in the service department. Troubleshooting and problem solving has always been a passion for Bob, and he has a unique ability to listen to customers, find the real issue with their coaches and repair it correctly the first time.

“It’s important to us that we do a job well, but it’s just as important that you are completely comfortable and knowledgeable about all aspects of what we’re doing with your coach,” said Bob. “We want you to be able to talk to the technician who is actually doing the work.”

“Too often, other people take the easy path of changing parts until the right one is finally replaced,” Bob said. “We always look deeper to find the real problem, fix it, and send you on your way. At RCV we do mobile service, but if the job requires your coach to be in a shop, we can do that too.”

Some RV owners have already met Bob at Camp Country Coach, or perhaps in California where he worked as a Service Specialist in field support. He and his team were there to meet Country Coach owners’ needs, which often meant leaving at a moment’s notice to help get a coach back on the road. That work lead Bob to the position of Custom Product Specialist, where he worked on the entire process, right from the build through a coach being picked up by the owner, and even through that crucial first year of ownership.

In 2008, with the fall of so many industries, Bob made a hard choice and left Country Coach to work at Oregon Motor Coach as their Service Manager for a short time. There he became familiar with brands such as Monaco, Liberty, Holiday Rambler, Winnebago, Foretravel, Alfa and more that crossed his path.

  • Mobile inspections and services are provided when and where you need them. The technicians at RCV can handle just about any RV problem they encounter, including all work on:
    Water Filtration, Hydronic Heating, Toilets and Plumbing Systems
    Monitor Systems and Electrical Systems
    Inverters, Generators, Batteries, Chargers and Converters
    Hydraulics and Slide Outs
    Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
    Flooring, Furniture, Lighting and Ceiling Fans
    Entertainment Systems and Appliances

“Our technicians are trained in many different services and take great pride in performing them to your satisfaction,” Bob said. “It’s important to us that you feel free to ask questions while we perform any service for you, so that you are familiar and comfortable both with the problem and with the best solution.”

“We’ve recently opened our shop in Junction City and we continue to offer our mobile services. Give us a call or email us to make an appointment.”



A serious fire at Premier RV Services in Junction City, Ore., the morning of Nov. 6 that caused an estimated $8 million in damage was contained by multiple fire departments on the scene that day to a single 65,000 square-foot storage facility – a fact about which former co-founders Louie Courtemanche and Gary Obermire, both former Country Coach Inc. managers, are quite grateful today.  

“The positive thing, if there is any, is that this was limited to our storage facility,” Courtemanche told “Our service facility and showroom and other structures were not involved in the fire. So, all of our employees are still at work and we are taking care of our customers.”

“The one thing I would like to do is to publicly thank all our fire departments that came out and did what they did to make sure we didn’t lose the entire business,” added Obermire. “I think there were six fire companies that came to help us. They worked their tails off to keep this thing under control so that it only burned the one building. We thank them so much.”



Go RVing Scores During MLB Game 7

November 3, 2017

via The Go RVing Coalition scored a key prime-time media placement Wednesday night (Nov. 1) as the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) secured an ad spot that ran during Game 7 of the World Series pitting the Houston Astros against the Los Angeles Dodgers.  

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September Shipments Retain Record Pace

October 26, 2017

via RVIA The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) September survey of manufacturers found RV wholesale shipments finished at 43,598 units, an increase of 29.4% over the 33,704 units shipped last September. September 2017 shipments are the best September on comparable record. RV wholesale shipments have climbed to 378,006 units through nine months of 2017, up […]

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Industry Icon Pioneer: Bob Lee

October 18, 2017

via Country Coach Inc. founder and RV industry icon Bob Lee, 78, passed away on Oct. 8 at his Oregon home surrounded by family. “RVIA mourns the passing of Bob Lee, one of the RV industry’s leading innovators and pioneers,” the leadership of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) stated in a Tuesday (Oct. 17) morning release. […]

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Jim Cooley joins Premier RV of Oregon

September 29, 2017

Premier RV of Oregon ( is pleased to announce its new service manager, Jim Cooley. “Adding Jim to the Premier team further improves and expands our ability to offer the best of care and attention to our service clients and friends,” said Gary Obermire, co-owner of Premier RV of Oregon. Jim Cooley is no stranger […]

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Winchester Bay, Reedsport and Salmon Harbor

August 24, 2017

Take a half-hour’s drive south of the coastal city of Florence, and you’ll pass through the quiet riverside communities of Gardiner and Reedsport. Go just a few minutes further down the road and you’re at Salmon Harbor in Winchester Bay. The whole region has a population of about 5,000 people, so you’ll never feel crowded […]

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Oregon’s Country-to-Coast Tasting Trail

August 10, 2017

via Lauren Mowery (USA Today) Oregon is a tale of the outdoors. It is a land of both grand and intimate landscapes, from the widest desert vistas to the tiniest tide pools. It is a place where residents’ time is measured not by meetings nor to-do lists, but by the length of bike track left […]

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‘Glamping’ resorts lure Boomers and Millennials alike

July 18, 2017

via Trevor Hughes (USA Today) Vacationers are plunking down thousands of dollars a week to sleep in tents or RVs at luxury “glamping” resorts featuring massive televisions, private docks and farm-to-table dinners, with concierges ready with fishing guides or to rustle up cowboys for horseback rides. It’s all part of the newest trend to target […]

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RVs are Back and Bigger Than Ever

July 12, 2017

by: Peter Valdes-Dapena ( In the ultra-modern age of virtual reality, online shopping and hot yoga, the old-school pastime of RV touring just happens to be booming. Sales of recreational vehicles are at genuinely never-before-seen record levels. And buyers are getting younger. The RV category includes both motorhomes and trailers of all sizes. Last year, […]

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