Howe, Ind.-based Galileo RV recently launched its all-new website. The new website showcases all aspects of the JMS Galileo concept, along with all available models including two innovative 21-foot travel trailers, and two new 29-foot models, one with dual entry doors.
“The Galileo RS is immediately identified by the unique exterior styling,” said William Gibson, president of JMS, in a press release. “Not only does it look great, the aerodynamics help improve towability, while improving fuel economy.”
According to the company, every Galileo trailer is hand-built to order by craftsmen with extensive commercial trailer manufacturing experience. On the new website, the customer can choose colors, fabrics and equipment to personalize the RV of their dreams. This is born from the company slogan, “Discover the Memories.”
Galileo also uses environmentally friendly materials along with advanced production techniques to minimize waste and maximize recycling. Options include solar packages and environmentally friendly flooring products.
Interior appointments are of the finest materials, furniture grade cabinetry and upscale hardware. Over-sized appliances and a cleverly laid-out galley make for galley reminiscent of an upscale loft. Optional Bose sound brings audio-video to a new level for an RV. And every Galileo has separate bathing facilities – especially unique for 21-foot models.
“This is a passion project,” states Gibson. “We don’t want to make the most RVs. We want to make amazing RVs – One at a time.”
To view the new site visit http://GalileoRV.com.
Today’s video comes from RV Buddies offering a tour of the Galileo travel trailer produced by Howe, Ind.-based JMS.
JMS will unveil its first ever recreational vehicle, the Galileo travel trailer, at the 41st Annual Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Show Sept. 14-20 in Hershey, Pa.
The Howe, Ind.-based manufacturer of mobile commercial facilities, will show what company president Bill Gibson described as a “high end, capsule-shaped” all-fiberglass 21-foot trailer resembling a spaceship and featuring solar panels, cork floors, high-end electronics (SONY flat screen TV, Bose cube speakers, AM/FM CD/DVD player with iPod), Mysteria countertops and Euro-style interior. MSRP for the 4,900-pound unit will be $34,917.
“If 100% of the people who come and look at it don’t go ‘Wow!’ I’d be very much surprised,” he told RVBUSINESS.COM.
“I believe it will have mass appeal, but not mass application,” he predicted. “We expect to sell hundreds, not thousands.”
Gibson, 45, a lifelong RVer, said the Galileo sprung from a discussion two years ago that he had with its original designer. He revisited the idea earlier this year and struck a deal to take over the project.
Gibson is the active partner in the venture and said the company will build the Galileo in JMS’s 90,000-square-foot complex in Howe.
The Galileo will apply the same quality standards and innovation that have made JMS commercial facilities the industry standard, he said.
For more information contact Gibson at (888) 709-1999.