CrossRoads Resurrects Cameo, Carriage Lines
CrossRoads RV announced it will resurrect the Cameo and Carriage fifth-wheel brands during this year’s Elkhart County RV House, introducing the iconic lines as part of parent Thor Industries Inc.’s expansive display at the RV/MH Hall of Fame.
CrossRoads and sister company Redwood RV acquired the Cameo and Carriage brands during a Feb. 21 court-ordered liquidation of Carriage Inc.’s assets. Carriage, a longtime luxury fifth-wheel builder based in Millersburg, Ind., was forced to close its doors in late 2011 as a result of the Great Recession.
According to a press release, the Cameo brand will target both weekend travelers and extended-stay snowbirds with a lineup that will offer a range of floorplans in a variety of lengths.
CrossRoads said the Carriage brand will provide “high-end, residential style of living” as “each floorplan has been carefully designed and specifically created to ensure a permanent way of living anywhere you choose.” The upscale brand will feature master suites, full-body paint exteriors and a full two-year residential warranty.
“The team here at CrossRoads RV is extremely excited to offer these two iconic names back to the marketplace,” stated Product Manager Rudy Boals. “We are confident that both past and new customers will appreciate the quality, craftsmanship and design of these fifth-wheels.”
Several floorplans of the Carriage and Cameo will be on display at the Sept. 16-18 Open House.