NRVTA Names Kelly Bradley as Chief Operating Officer – RVBusiness – Breaking RV Industry News

ATHENS, Texas – The National RV Training Academy (NRVTA) announced in a press release the appointment of Kelly Bradley as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). With a distinguished career marked by significant achievements in the RV industry, Kelly is set to enhance the Academy’s mission of providing premier training for RV owners and professionals.

Kelly Bradley

Kelly Bradley joins NRVTA with a wealth of experience and a proven track record of success. He has been brought on to lead NRVTA’s 2024-2025 expansion projects, which aim to open up more seats for students and develop additional benefits for association members.

Kelly Bradley is not only a seasoned professional but also a dedicated family man, committed to his wife and three children, and a man of faith. His hands-on approach and commitment to excellence align perfectly with NRVTA’s values and goals.

“I have witnessed firsthand the exceptional quality of graduates from NRVTA and the comprehensive, hands-on training they receive. The Academy’s commitment to excellence is beyond compare, and I am excited to contribute to its continued success. Together, we will enhance the student experience, ensuring they are well-prepared to thrive in the RV industry, whether they start their own businesses or join leading dealerships,” said Kelly Bradley.

Terry “Cooper” Cooper, Managing Director of NRVTA, added, “Kelly’s extensive experience and dedication to improving the RV industry make him the perfect fit for our team. His leadership will undoubtedly enhance our programs and further solidify NRVTA’s reputation as the premier training facility for RV professionals.”

As COO, Kelly will collaborate closely with the existing directors to further improve the educational journey of NRVTA students and provide robust support post-graduation. His goal is to ensure that NRVTA graduates continue to be highly sought after in the RV industry for their exceptional skills and knowledge.