Country Coach gets reprieve

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Friday, October 23, 2009

A bankruptcy judge said Country Coach has "at least a reasonable chance" to get out of bankruptcy and gave the company a few more months to do so.

“If this debtor can be saved, it’s in everybody’s interest,” U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Albert Radcliffe said near the end of a daylong hearing.

Country Coach, a privately held maker of luxury motor homes, closed its Junction City factory in November, putting about 500 employees out of work. The company filed for bankruptcy in March to re­organize its finances while getting breathing room from creditors.

Read the full story at The Register-Guard.

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