CHICAGO, June 20 (Reuters) - The top executive at Winnebago Industries Inc said on Friday that the company saw no signs of a rebound in demand for its motor homes, which has slumped over the past six months because of skyrocketing fuel prices, tighter credit markets and the souring of consumer confidence. In a conference call with analysts to discuss the company's fiscal third quarter results, Bob Olson, Winnebago's chairman, chief executive and president, also said that cautious dealers ...
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