Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) announced today (Nov. 20) that it will be starting the New Year at a new manufacturing facility in Perris, Calif., according to a press release.
After three years under new ownership, the Riverside-based company reported it has outgrown its current production space. The new factory nearly triples the manufacturing capacity with ample space to meet the demands from RV dealers and their customers.
PCW manufactures the Econ, Tango andPanther travel trailers along with Sandsport and Powerlite toy haulers and fifth-wheels. During the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association’s (RVDA) RV Dealers International Convention/Expo PCW introduced its new 7-foot wide travel trailer and most recently revealed a new line of metal toy haulers.
“Through lasting partnerships with RV dealers, high quality travel trailers and a great team we have continued to grow. We are excited about this move and look forward to a prosperous New Year,” said Jeff Daily, general Manager of Pacific Coachworks.
Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) announced the hiring of two product managers to further develop relationships in the Northwest.
According to a press release, Chris Robinson joined the Riverside, Calif.-based company as product manager for the Panther and Mighty Lite travel trailers and Powerlite toy haulers and fifth-wheels.
Robinson has been in the RV and manufactured housing industries his entire career having worked in different capacities for companies such as Fleetwood Enterprises Inc., Kit Manufacturing Co. and Weekend Warrior Trailers Inc. At PCW he will further develop sales and grow relationships with dealers in the Northwestern U.S. and Western Canada.
Todd Timmerman also joined the PCW team as product manager promoting the Econ and Tango travel trailers, and Sandsport toy haulers.
Timmerman brings over 20 years experience in the RV industry. Previously at Fleetwood, he represented several trailer brands across various Western states and subsequently moved to the retail side where he managed a Northwest multilocation RV dealership. He will be responsible for developing sales and increasing dealer relationships in the Northwest region as well as Western Canada.
“As the demand for our products continues to grow, so is our team, and we’re delighted that Chris and Todd have joined the PCW team,” said Jeff Daily, general manager of Pacific Coachworks. “Both bring valuable RV industry experience which will help maintain and accentuate PCW’s success and increase brand recognition.”
Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) announced Lifestyle RV of Arizona as its most recent dealer to feature the Tango travel trailer, according to a press release.
Located in Mesa, Ariz., and just recently opening its doors, Lifestyle RV is owned by former NFL Pro Bowl offensive tackle Levi Jones, former co-owner of SST Auto and RV, David Steele, and Kenny O’Quinn, owner of KDOG’s Garage in Gilbert.
“It’s exciting to be part of Lifestyle RV’s endeavor,” said Jeff Daily, general manager of Pacific Coachworks. “They strive to become one of the largest towable dealers in their market and we feel confident PCW’s Tango will assist in supporting that goal.”
Riverside, Calif.-based Pacific Coachworks builds a travel trailers, fifth-wheels, and toy hauler RVs under the Econ, Tango, Panther, Sandsport and Powerlite brands.
Pacific Coachworks Inc.(PCW) announced that its new lines of travel trailers, toy haulers and fifth-wheels manufactured beginning Sept. 1 will include a one-year membership to Coach-Net emergency roadside assistance.
“As our mission states, we are focused on exceeding customer expectations by providing the highest level of customer support and service,” said Jeff Daily, general manager for the Riverside, Calif.-based builder. “Ensuring our customers have roadside coverage 24/7 is part of that commitment.”
For details of the new owner program 24/7 emergency roadside assistance, visit http://www.coach-net.com/PacificCoach/.
Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) is partnering with Colorado-based RV America to display its full line of Powerlite travel trailers and fifth-wheels.
“We are pleased to be expanding in the Colorado market with RV America,” said Pacific Coachworks General Manager Jeff Daily. “They are dedicated to delivering a great customer experience coupled with quality RVs and we look forward to a successful partnership.”
The Powerlite will be available at RV America by late August or early September.
For more information on Pacific Coachworks visit www.pacificcoachworks.com.
Pacific Coachworks, Inc. (PCW) announces the addition of Holiday Travel Trailers of New Mexico to its dealer network, representing the Riverside, Calif.-based builder’s line of Powerlite travel trailers, fifth-wheels and toy haulers.
According to a press release, Albuquerque-based Holiday Travel Trailers is family owned and operated and has been in business since 1972 selling new and used RVs, motorhomes and boats.
“We are thrilled to have Holiday Travel Trailers as part of the PCW family,” said Jeff Daily, general manager of Pacific Coachworks. ”They offer high quality recreational vehicles coupled with exceptional customer service which has awarded them a fantastic reputation and repeat business.”
He added, “We are confident that Powerlite will meet or exceed Holiday Travel Trailers’ customer expectations and look forward to a prosperous relationship.”
In addition to Powerlite, Pacific Coachworks builds towables under the Econ, Tango and Sandsport labels. For more information visit www.pacificcoachworks.com.
Riverside, Calif.-based Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) announced that Ketelsen Campers of Colorado is the newest dealer to handle its line of Sandsport toy haulers, according to a press release.
Located at the gateway to the Rocky Mountains, Ketelsen Campers is a full-service RV dealer selling new and used camping trailers, fifth-wheels, travel trailers and toy haulers.
“Ketelsen Campers is highly recognized in the RV industry. They operate a first-class dealership providing high quality recreational vehicles. We’re excited to have them represent our product and look forward to a long, successful relationship with them,” said Jeff Daily, general manager of Pacific Coachworks. “Ketelsen Campers are hosting a big RV event May 31 and June 1, at which time they will be introducing PCW’s Sandsport toy haulers.”
With PCW recently announcing an increase of 30% for its RV sales for the first quarter compared to last year, the company said the new partnership “will further strengthen our presence in the RV market, and certainly the Colorado and surrounding area.”
In addition to the Sandport line, builds travel trailers under the Econ, Tango and Panther brand names along with Powerlite toy haulers. For more information visit http://www.pacificcoachworks.com/.
Pacific Coachworks Inc. (PCW) recently named Paul Skrivanich as sales representative for the company’s Panther and Powerlite lines of travel trailers and fifth-wheels.
According to a press release, Skrivanich was previously sales manager at Camping World RV where he was responsible for recruiting and leading sales staff, conducting training sessions and increasing retail sales and profits of towable and motorized RVs. At PCW he will further develop sales in the Southwest territory and grow relationships with dealers.
In addition, Chris Gonzales joined the Riverside, Calif.-based builder as a sales representative, promoting the Tango travel trailer line and Sandsport toy haulers. An industry veteran, Gonzales recently managed his own wholesale business where he successfully increased the dealer network in seven states and British Columbia, Canada, while managing all aspects of dealer operations.
In his new role, Gonzales is responsible for developing sales and growing PCW’s relationships with dealers within the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
“We’re pleased to have Paul and Chris on board with the PCW team,” said Jeff Daily, general manager of Pacific Coachworks. “Their vast experience in the RV industry will undoubtedly assist in further enhancing PCW’s growth and brand recognition.”
Riverside, Calif.-based towable builder Pacific Coachworks Inc. reported initial sales of its recently introduced Panther series of premium travel trailers.
According to a press release, Baird Family RV in Irvine, Calif., and Tip’s RV in Layton, Utah, have retailed their first Panther trailers “despite just receiving them at their respective dealerships.”
“The positive response for Pacific Coachworks’ all-new products from dealers as well as retail consumers have been very exciting,” said Jeff Daily, general manager for Pacific Coachworks. “However, we know that we must remain open to suggestion as we rely heavily upon the dealers and their customers for feedback or suggestions as to how we may continually improve as a company.
“With the help of the dealer network we expect tremendous growth for Pacific Coachworks as we continue our quest to becoming the fastest growing RV manufacturer in the Southwest.”
Panther sales representatives Bobby Combs and Ernie Kish are working the territory and, according to the company, “are actively seeking the proper Panther representation in each market while responding to the several inquires that they have received regarding the new products.”
Pacific Coachworks Inc. has begun shipping its initial offering of the all-new Panther Xltralite, Widelite and Elite series trailers, according to a press release.
Brett Bashaw, CEO and president of the Riverside, Calif.-based company, said that the Panther “premier series trailers” will be introduced in August of this year with fifth-wheels scheduled for release in early fall.
The Panther product lineup will consist of three tiers of products designed to “meet the needs for every RV consumer,” said General Manager Jeff Daily. The line will include the Panther Xltralite, Widelite and Elite series trailers, each offering its own “exclusive set of standard and optional items based solely on consumer demand.”
Daily added that the initial response for Pacific Coachworks Panther products has been both “exciting and overwhelming.”
“Our order intake for the past six weeks has caused us to double our daily production rate and we’re just getting started,” he said.
Next up for Pacific Coachworks will be the Panther Powerlite toy hauler line with several innovative features designed to meet the needs of the most demanding off-road enthusiast.
The company said that Panther sales representatives Bobby Combs and Ernie Kish are actively seeking the proper Panther representation in each market while responding to the several inquires that they have received regarding the new products.