RV, orthopedics firms keep Region 2 busy

Maurer, Katie
May 2004
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/24/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p22B
Reports on the contributions of the recreational vehicle industry and orthopedic products companies to the economy of region two of the state of Indiana. Factors that contributed to the surge of the recreational vehicle industry in the area; Orthopedic device manufacturers operating in the region.


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