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Jayco to showcase new towables at RVIA

Jayco to showcase new towables at RVIA

MIDDLEBURY, Ind.– The Jayco, Inc. towable team will unveil several new models at this year’s RVIA trade show in Louisville, starting Nov. 28 at the Kentucky Expo Center.

For the first time, Jayco dealers will be able to preview all-new travel trailer, fifth wheel, and toy hauler models spanning the entire Jayco lineup. New models will be available in such popular brands at the Jay Feather, Eagle, White Hawk, Pinnacle, North Point, Octane, Talon and Seismic models. Also on display will be several new Jay Flight models, the No.1  selling travel trailers in North America for 13 consecutive years.

The Jayco towable product development team, led by Brad Whitehead, general manager, has been working overtime to get these models from concept to the display and is excited to show-off the new products to Jayco dealers.

“Our entire product team has been very focused on developing the ‘what’s next’ for Jayco and did an incredible job getting these new models through the development stages and ready for display at Louisville,” stated Whitehead. “I could not be prouder of what this team has accomplished and I truly believe that our dealers will be ecstatic with what they will see in the display this year.”

For any questions regarding Jayco Towable products, please feel free to contact Brad Whitehead at brad_whitehead@jayco.com.

SOURCE: Jayco press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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