Prime Time Manufacturing Debuts New LaCrosse

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September 24, 2009 by   1 Comment

The LaCrosse travel trailer by Prime Time Manufacturing

The LaCrosse travel trailer by Prime Time Manufacturing

Recently formed Prime Time Manufacturing introduced LaCrosse, its first entry into the towable RV market, during the 2nd Annual Forest River Pick Your Partner sales event this week in Elkhart, Ind. Designed to offer an affordable alternative to the more commonly used “stick and tin” construction, the aluminum-framed LaCrosse offers a laminated fiberglass exterior in eight models ranging in length from 26 feet to 36 feet. According to Chris Hermon, vice president, LaCrosse has many upgraded exterior standards normally found on more expensive RVs including remote keyless entry, bus style slam baggage doors, electric awnings, electric stabilizer jacks, and “EZ Tow” wide stance suspension. On the inside, LaCrosse features an extra large slide room called MAX SLIDE which utilizes a large 87” U-shaped dinette.

Prime Time production crew

Prime Time production crew

Other interior appointments include an air mattress hide-a-bed, adjustable shelf pantry, LCD television, DVD player, full extension drawer guides, raised panel kitchen overhead cabinets and residentially inspired furnishings and fabrics. Prime time has started full production of LaCrosse at its facility in Wakarusa, Ind. Prime Time Manufacturing is a division of Forest River Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company.

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One Response to “Prime Time Manufacturing Debuts New LaCrosse”

  1. melissa bates on October 31st, 2010 9:18 pm

    I would really be interested in purchasing one of these trailers but I can’t find a dealer that has any in stock in Michigan. Would you please give me a list of dealerships that may carry your product. The only one I could find was General RV in Wixom and they had none in stock. “Will they get the bunkhouse soon? Or is there another dealer either in Grand Rapids Detroit of Lansing area? If so and they have the 318bhs I would love to purchase one.