Born Free Motorcoach, which has been selling motorhomes factory-direct across the United States for 41 years, is now approved to sell its products in all Canadian provinces and territories.
Dodgen Industries Inc., the parent company of Born Free Motorcoach, has been notified by Transport Canada that it has been added to its “Pre-Clearance” list, according to a news release. The “Pre-Clearance” listing allows the Canada Border Services Agency to quickly check the vehicle against its List of Vehicles Admissible from the United States, thereby facilitating the import process and minimizing a customer’s time and effort before, at and after the vehicle crosses the border.
Doug Spencer, CEO of Dodgen Industries Inc., said he “is highly optimistic about the significant growth opportunity that is now available with customers just north of our border.”
Born Free Motorcoaches available for Canadian import are offered in a variety of floorplans ranging from 20 feet to 27 feet in length. Born Free Motorcoach is best know for its molded fiberglass body, aerodynamic design, roll-bar construction and high-end cabinetry. The company takes pride in the ongoing “family-type” relationship it has with its customers. Born Free Motorcoach caters to a niche market of RV enthusiasts. All Born Free Motorcoach floorplans have been awarded a 5-Star rating by the RV Consumer Group.
Born Free Motorcoach is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dodgen Industries, Inc., a privately held company based in Humboldt, Iowa. Dodgen Industries, Inc., also operates Dodgen Mobile Technologies, a group specializing in customized mobile solutions including handicapped accessible vehicles, emergency response vehicles, and veterinary and medical clinics.