The RV Industry Association (RVIA) continues to grow its membership with the inclusion of six new companies in its mission to unite the industry’s initiatives on safety, education, and promoting a positive experience for all RV consumers.
The RVIA represents over 500 manufacturers and suppliers who produce 98% of all RVs manufactured in the United States.
This month, the organization has welcomed two new RV manufacturers, Out & Upfitters LLC and Vintage Trailer Works Inc., and four suppliers, City Bonfires, LinksWell Inc., Renogy, and MetalX, LLC, to its ranks, as per the News & Insights report of the RVIA.
Out & Upfitters LLC, based in Gladstone, OR, produces Type B motorhomes, while Vintage Trailer Works Inc., located in Dothan, AL, specializes in the manufacturing of teardrop trailers.
City Bonfires, based in Rockville, MD, supplies portable fire pits, and LinksWell Inc., based in Riverside, CA, offers audio systems.
Solar panels and battery chargers are the specialty of Renogy, located in Ontario, CA, and MetalX, LLC, an independent scrap metals recycling business based in Fort Wayne, IN, has joined as a supplier.
By becoming a member of the RV Industry Association, these companies are now part of the national trade organization that represents the RV manufacturers and their component parts suppliers, who produce 98% of all RVs made in the U.S. and approximately 60% of RVs produced worldwide.
The association is dedicated to driving growth, innovation, and expanding the RV industry through its various initiatives and programs.
RVIA is committed to unifying the industry’s efforts in safety and education and promoting a favorable business environment for RV manufacturers. The association’s mission is to ensure a positive experience for all RV consumers, and with the inclusion of these new members, it continues to make strides toward achieving its goal.