About Pro World in Washington and Oregon

Pro World began in 1985 as RV Pro. In 2019, the company was acquired and renamed Pro World Industries, serving customers throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. In 2020, we acquired Bend RV, in Bend, Oregon serving Central Oregon and its surrounding communities. Wherever you are from, and wherever you may go, you are always welcome to stop in to Pro World. We look forward to serving you!

THE RIGHT ADVICE FROM OUR FRIENDLY TEAM

Protecting your investment and keeping you safe wherever you travel is our top priority. Our expert staff will advise you on the best options before any work is done.
Preventative maintenance and care will put more money in your pocket and keep all systems running smoothly: electrical, plumbing & refrigeration, HVAC, hydraulic, and more. Experience body damage or need new paint? With our Pro Body Shop with Paint & Fabrication Services, you won’t notice it ever happened.

Our Repair and Body Shop Teams – Left to Right: Ashley, Ryan, Mike, Tom, Tracy, Mike, Steve, Chuck, Tim, and Jim. Pictured on right: Elias, Tracee, and Clint.

Mike 

CEO & Business Owner

With a serious focus on outstanding customer service, Mike is responsible for the direction of the Company and its growth. With the acquisition of Bend RV repair in January of 2021, Pro World is expanding and looking to continue adding outstanding RV repair businesses in Washington and Oregon.

Tracee

Accounting & Bookkeeping

 Tracee is our Business Manager and responsible for the daily business operations. Tracee is the bookkeeper, in charge of HR, Insurance, safety regulatory compliance as well as a host of other things that have to be taken care of for a small business. She is our shop mom and we couldn’t get along without her.

Tom on the team

Tom 

Shop Foreman

Tom is the shop forman and valuable team member for Pro World. He’s knows how to effectively  manage both the technicians and his own projects. He has extensive knowledge of all RV, Motorcoach and Trailer Systems and keeps the shop running efficiently. He works with the front office as well to ensture accurate bidding of projects. 

ryan

Parts & Customer Service

Ryan is the Parts Manager and responsible for ensuring the correct parts are ordered for all service work as well as keeping the parts store stocked up. Ryan interacts with all of our parts vendors and is the keeper of all things parts. Ryan looks like he should be playing football at 6’6” and solid as a rock.

Ashley

Ashley

Service Manager

Ashley is the Service Manager and responsible for the service and repair side of the business. Ashley runs the daily operations to ensure our customer receive a smooth service experience. Well witted and sharp as a tack, she keeps everyone in the office on their toes. Ashley adds considerable value to our team. 

Elias 

Body Shop Manager

Elias is the Body Shop Manager who is responsible for the output and performance of the body shop team. He’s well regarded in the Northwest as one of the top fiberglass fabricators around. With 30 years of boat building and fabrication experience, there are no limitations to what he can create. Elias handles all insurance estimating for the body shop and his work is truly outstanding.

clint

Paint & Body Shop

Tim on the team

Tim

Maintenance & Repair

Steve

steve

Maintenance & Repair

CHUCK

Maintenance & Repair

Man fishing

Mike

Maintenance & Repair

Man fishing

Jason

Maintenance & Repair

Munchie the Office Dog

Rich

Maintenance & Repair

Munchie the Office Dog

MUNCHIE

Our shop dog

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Mobile Medical Bus – Hood River, Oregon

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Will insurance cover RV roof replacement costs?

When does your insurance cover damage to the roof of your RV? It all depends on the type of damage, how long it was there, and how well your RV was maintained. If there's neglect to your vehicle, and damage wasn't addressed early, over time, the situation will worsen...

The Joy of RV Camping on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

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Bend RV repair acquisition

For Immediate Release Vancouver, WA -- February 4, 2021 On January 1, 2021, Pro World Industries Owner and CEO, Mike Montgomery, acquired his second RV repair and fabrication facility, Bend RV Repair, located at 62980 Boyd Acres Road, Bend, OR 97701. Combined, the two...

How do you know when your trailer needs new brakes?

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Leaky roofs wreak havoc

One of the most common issues with RV's is a leaky roof. While you may think you can leave your recreation vehicle out in the elements like you would a small vehicle, this is a huge mistake. RV's and trailers have large seams that weaken over time, due to the elements...

Airstream Buff & Shine

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Jet ski repair – Serious damage for serious fun

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Vehicle & Trailer Restoration

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The top 10 things that go wrong with trailers

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Absolutely amazing service. I came in for an odd brake controller wiring issue on my tow vehicle and they were able to work me on the same day and get everything fixed very quickly. Steve was absolutely fantastic to work with. I would definitely give RV Pro my business again.

Tom C.

Palazzo paint

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