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R-Vision Camping Club: News about our RV's

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Monaco kills off Holiday Rambler, Trail Light trailer production
News about our RV's ELKHART, IND – Feb. 10,. 2014 – About 100 employees at the Monaco RV towable manufacturing plant got a shock when they reported for work this morning. Security guards didn’t admit them to the plant, but instead handed them paperwork informing them they were out of work. Allied Specialty Vehicles, the parent company of Monaco Coach, has decided to leave the towables market. Brands affected include Holiday Rambler and Trail Light trailers.

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Posted by Administrator on Monday, February 10 @ 16:39:31 PST (8328 reads)
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Monaco RV, other brands, acquired by Allied Specialty Vehicles
News about our RV's nc_campers writes "Orlando, Florida – (May 16, 2013) – Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV), a $1 billion sales producer of specialty vehicles to the fire and emergency, commercial and industrial and recreational vehicles markets worldwide, today announced the purchase of the Monaco, Holiday Rambler and R-Vision recreational vehicle businesses and a collection of iconic brands, including Beaver and Safari (among others) from Navistar, Inc. (NYSE: NAV).

“ASV is honored to welcome all of the existing Monaco, Holiday Rambler, R-Vision, Beaver and Safari customers and an exceptional network of dealer partners to the ASV family,” said Peter Guile, CEO of ASV. “The ASV team is committed to providing our customers and dealers with exceptional product, service and support, and we are fully committed to re-establish the product leadership and extraordinary reputation for innovation, quality and service for which the Monaco family of brands has been known.”

Guile said that Mike Snell will serve as president of Monaco and Holiday Rambler. “We join the ASV family fully energized with worthy goals and high hopes as we jointly work to rebuild our iconic and proud RV industry brands,” said Snell. “With the commitment and support of ASV we’ll focus on developing innovative, distinct and aspirational products in keeping with the long and rich tradition of our brands. I look forward to working with our team, our dealers and our customers to make this vision a reality.”

SOURCE: ASV news release and RVtravel.com."

Posted by Administrator on Thursday, May 16 @ 09:18:30 PDT (8880 reads)
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DOMETIC EXPANDS Refrigerator Recall
News about our RV's Dometic recently expanded its recall on a population of two-door refrigerators. The original recall included some two-door refrigerators manufactured between April 1997 and May 2003. The recent expansion of this recall now includes the same two-door refrigerators, manufactured between June 2003 and September 2006.

You may want to visit the Link below and validate your Refrigerator's Serial number.


Posted by Administrator on Thursday, July 03 @ 15:25:05 PDT (8498 reads)
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R-Vision Recall
News about our RV's AgateHunter writes "R-Vision is recalling 646 Model Year 2007-2008 Trail-Sport, Trail-Cruiser, Trail-Lite Cross Over, Model Year 2007 Trail-Lite and Boogie-Box travel trailers. The converter neutral wire is connected to the bonding (ground) bar instead of the neutral bar. This could lead to a situation with a shock hazard increasing the risk of personal injury. Dealers will remove the neutral wire from the bonding (ground) bar and install on the neutral bar. The recall is expected to begin during December 2007.

NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number : 07V547000
Posted by Administrator on Monday, March 31 @ 12:13:06 PDT (10627 reads)
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R-Vision Exits the Fifth Wheel Market
News about our RV's Based on feedback from members and recent updates to R-Vision's Website, it appears that with the exception of Toy Haulers, R-Vision is dropping out of the Fifth Wheel Market.

This comes as a surprise to our membership considering that R-Vision had an appealing product that was also lightweight.

It should be interesting to see where this all leads for the company and maybe we will hear in the coming months what the ultimate driver was for this. High fuel prices could be one concern which would lead to dropping sales or movement over to Travel Trailers.

As more people move to smaller SUV's with better mileage as their daily driver, the market for ultra-lightweight trailers would be the growing segment of the market.

So far, inquiries to R-Vision have not be returned.


Posted by Administrator on Thursday, February 07 @ 17:04:06 PST (4778 reads)
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