Winnebago

Motorhome renter going public

05 October 2016
Apollo Motorhomes has announced that it intends to make a stock market entry on the Australian ASX on 4 November 2016 with the aim of r
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US RV manufacturers enjoying best year since 2006

03 June 2016
In 2015, RV shipments from manufacturers to dealers in the US hit the a total not seen 2006 according to the Recreation Vehicle Industr
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Winnebago offering factory tours

21 April 2016
More than 10,000 people come to the Winnebago Visitors Center in Forest City, Iowa, each year to experience the story of one of America’s mo
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RV tourism rebounding in the US

17 February 2016
One hundred years ago, in 1916, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone helped popularise life on the road when they hit the roa
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Winnebagos recalled

11 February 2016
Winnebago is recalling its Travato, Trend, and Itasca Viva motorhomes manufactured between 27 February 2015 to 6 January 2016
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Camper vans fastest growing segment in US RV industry

16 December 2015
Camper vans, or as they are known in the US, Class B motorhomes, are now the fastest growing segment in the American motorhome industry
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Winnebago opens facility for diesel products production

02 December 2015
Winnebago Industries has announced ts purchase of motorhome production facilities and equipment in Junction City, Oregon. In total, the inve
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Winnebago sets weather forecasting record

18 November 2015
Winnebago assisted NBC’s Today Show weatherman Al Roker on his quest to set a record for the fastest time ever reporting the weather fr
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Ford increasingly popular as base vehicle for RVs

18 November 2015
The Ford Transit is the best-selling commercial van in the US and increasingly more motorhome manufacturers are using it as a base acco
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Winnebago burnt out in Monterrey

18 November 2015
The photograph shows the burnt out wreck of a Winnebago which although unattended burnt out in Seaside, California (about 100km south of San
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