An industry publication, RV Business, has named Guaranty one of North America's top 50 dealers for six consecutive years and a top Dealer Message. Founded in by Herb Nill, Guaranty RV Super Centers is named among North America's top five RV dealers by. A spokesperson for Guaranty did not return requests for comment before publication. Evans alleges that he was denied “promising sales leads”.
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Linkedin Three former recreational vehicle salesmen have pleaded guilty to federal charges that they helped out-of-state RV buyers evade property taxes in seven states, including Utah, by illegally registering their motor homes in Oregon.
Lloyd Eugene Odland, 61, and his brother, Jan Odland, 60, each pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Kenneth Cooper, 47, pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud. The Junction City dealership, about 17 miles northwest of Eugene, has cooperated with the investigation and continues to do so, said Pat Horton, Guaranty's at-tor-ney. Guaranty also fired other employees as a result of the internal investigation, he said.
Most states require residents who buy vehicles elsewhere to register them in their home state and pay in-state taxes. Oregon, with no sales tax, long has been a magnet for people in neighboring states who want to buy RVs, cars or other high-priced items. Allegations that Guaranty salespeople were providing fake Oregon addresses to RV buyers from other states first surfaced publicly last August, when a Southern California couple sued Guaranty in Lane County.
Postal Service had been investigating the scheme since December The men are to be sentenced June 9. However, each has agreed to help the federal government in exchange for recommending a lighter sentence. Next Up In Utah.
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The Junction City-based RV dealer denies this happened, court documents show. Evans is suing the company for equal rights violations, a hostile work environment and retaliation for reporting the behavior, among other things. A spokesperson for Guaranty did not return requests for comment before publication.
Evans is also suing the company for disabled and injured worker discrimination. Evans says he was terminated for opposing unlawful employment practices, according to court documents, but Guaranty denies that he was terminated in April Attorneys for Guaranty RV denied the behavior of its employees toward Evans; however, they do acknowledge that Evans complained to Guaranty about racist behavior that happened at a company dinner.
The complaint does not specify what that behavior looked like. Evans alleges employees retaliated against him for reporting the behavior, and says he overheard a conversation between employees that led him to believe that they would break into his car and leave incriminating items that could cause him to lose his job.
Evans reported the incident to the police, court documents show. The litigation is still ongoing and in the process of discovery. In February, the attorneys for both parties submitted a motion to extend discovery until July.