Lippert ‘Mobile Outfitters’ Unit Grows Network

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December 19, 2012 by   Comments Off on Lippert ‘Mobile Outfitters’ Unit Grows Network

Goshen, Ind.-based Lippert Components Inc. reported steady growth in its Mobile Outfitters division, which began operations in early 2012. According to a press release, the unit sells branded aftermarket RV and trailer products through warehouse distributors that supply RV dealers, and has continued to expand the network during the past year.

The Mobile Outfitters’ offerings include the Correct Track II alignment system, Ground Control automatic leveling system, Never Fail Bushings, Equa-Flex suspension systems, the integrated keyless entry system RV Lock, Solera awnings, All American Hitch fifth-wheel hitches and RV mattresses through their Traveler’s Sleep Center collection.

“The Mobile Outfitters has a two-pronged approach towards improving the mobile lifestyle for RV enthusiasts and specialty trailer owners,” said Mobile Outfitters’ General Manager Steve Paul. “First, is to channel the vast array of unique products that LCI has developed over decades of serving manufacturers in the RV and specialty trailer markets through warehouse distributors to dealers and consumers. Second, is to create a full line of RV accessory and safety innovations flowing from hands-on RV camping and field research resulting in new technologies that consumers need and demand.”

Mobile Outfitters recently showcased its aftermarket products at the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) National RV Trade Show.

“We are very pleased with the success of our Mobile Outfitters aftermarket display at the 2012 RVIA trade show,” said Paul. “Our booth, as well as the LCI booth were busy all day, every day of the show. The comments we received were very positive. We intend to continue building The Mobile Outfitters’ brand by offering new, innovative products to additional distributors and dealers throughout 2013.”



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