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Warrior Lifestyles Likes Move to New Location

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October 19, 2012 by   Leave a Comment

Warrior Lifestyles’ move to a new facility at 23120 Old Oleander Ave. in Perris, Calif.,
will allow it to become an industry leader in custom manufacturing and unlimited service, according to a news release.

The RV manufacturer’s new home is very close to the original manufacturing facility of the venerated “Weekend Warrior” that dominated the toy hauler market for so many years.

Warrior Lifestyles’ new facilities cover over 6 1/2 acres and include a 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a 10-bay under-roof service center. The service center, with the ability to repair any brand of RV from the tires up, brings the Warrior brand of customer service to owners of all makes and models.

Background

Warrior Lifestyles was started back in 2008 by Larry Broyles, and the Warrior brand has continued its popularity over the past four years with no signs of diminishing. Former customers as well as converts have shown an interest in Warrior Lifestyles custom units. With both the service and the production facilities equally committed to doing things the Warrior way, the customer gets everything they want and more, whether they are buying something new or fixing something that has become a part of the family.

Warrior Lifestyles is also partnering with RV parks, storage facilities, service centers, extended warranty providers, vendors, insurance companies and manufacturers to provide excellent service and repairs at a cost that rivals doing it yourself.

This new venture will be headed by the newest member of our management team, Bob Ohlund, who has over 15 years of experience in the RV industry with stops at manufacturers as well as parts suppliers and customer support firms. His quality background is based on the Crosby methods where improvement is a constant and quality is always improving. He has also been a key member of more than one start-up company and knows the best way to get Warrior Lifestyles quality service off the ground.

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