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New Members Boost RV Industry Association’s Drive for Innovation and Growth

The RV Industry Association (RVIA), a central force in the American recreational vehicle market, continues to extend its influence with the addition of new member companies. Representing over 500 manufacturers and component and aftermarket suppliers, the association accounts for the production of 98% of all RVs made in the United States. 

In its mission to promote safety and education, expand the RV market, foster a favorable business environment, and ensure a positive consumer experience, the RVIA has announced the latest companies joining the association, as per the News & Insights report of the RVIA.

Among the new supplier members is AIMS Power, a Reno, Nevada-based company specializing in the supply of batteries, converters, electric equipment, generators, and solar panels. Their addition to the RV Industry Association underscores the industry’s commitment to sustainable and efficient energy solutions for recreational vehicles.

Another new member, Expion360 Inc., is based in Redmond, Oregon, and focuses on advanced energy storage. The company supplies lithium batteries, a crucial component in modern RV power systems, further bolstering the association’s dedication to innovation in the industry.

Joining the ranks from Lacombe, Alberta, Spyder Controls Corp brings their expertise in control panels to the association. These control panels enhance the functionality and ease of use for RV owners, contributing to the continuous improvement of the RV user experience.

Terran Axle, a Westchester, Illinois-based company, has also joined the RV Industry Association. Providing axles and assemblies, this company ensures RVs are built with reliable and high-quality components, reinforcing the association’s commitment to safety and durability in the industry.

In addition to supplier members, the RVIA has welcomed a new manufacturer, Backyard Structures, to its ranks. Based in Loysville, Pennsylvania, Backyard Structures specializes in manufacturing park-model RVs. Their inclusion in the association offers consumers a diverse range of options when it comes to finding the perfect RV for their needs.

By welcoming these new members, the association strengthens its commitment to driving growth and innovation within the industry. Each company, with its unique offerings, contributes to the collective effort of promoting the expansion of the RV market.

As the national trade association representing RV manufacturers and their component parts suppliers, the RVIA invites those in the industry to join forces with over 500 other companies that build more than 98% of all RVs produced in the U.S. and approximately 60% of RVs produced worldwide.

By becoming a member of the RVIA, companies can play an active role in shaping the future of the industry while benefiting from the association’s unified initiatives and vast network of industry professionals.

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Susan Baker
Susan Baker
February 24, 2024 1:25 pm

Isn’t it remarkable how the RV Industry Association is embracing innovation and sustainability? These new members are certainly paving the way for an inspiring future for RV enthusiasts!

XanderQuartz
XanderQuartz
May 21, 2024 8:52 pm
Reply to  Susan Baker

Totally, I know, right? These new members are really shaking things up. It’s awesome to witness the RV Industry Association embracing innovation and sustainability. It reminds me of past industry shifts that paved the way for progress.

Riley Wind
Riley Wind
May 11, 2024 4:39 pm
Reply to  Susan Baker

It sure is impressive to see how the RV Industry Association is really diving into innovation and sustainability! It’s great to have new members on board to help drive that growth and progress. Did you know that some RVs are equipped with rooftop solar panels for eco-friendly power?

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