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Lance debuts new models and decor at Open House

LANCASTER, Calif. — “Man we are jazzed and can hardly wait to show our latest models and all new decors off this week,” said Bob Rogers, director of marketing.

Since joining the show two years ago, Lance has had nothing but great success at the Open House and is looking forward to continuing the trend this year, a release from the company stated.

Interior changes are numerous, including stainless steel appliances, planked wood flooring, new counter and table top designs, residential styled sinks with high rise pull out faucet, galley overhead cabinet soffit with puck lighting, new window treatment design and new euro inspired cabinet door and dinette drawer hardware.

Exterior enhancements include a tapered/radius roof design, molded LP tank cover, “tri-five LP tank option, locking sidewall located battery compartments, new aluminum wheel design, gray exterior fiberglass rear wall and available 2 5/8” chassis lift kit.

“Along with three stunning all new interior decors, we will be showing an all new 23-foot rear living room model in our travel trailer line up in Elkhart this year,” adds Gary Conley, national sales manager. “With over 50 feature enhancements there will be a lot to review with our dealers and dealer prospects this year and invite everyone to stop by the Lance display.”

Lance’s display can be found once again adjacent to the original Chubby Trout landmark restaurant at the corner of Cassopolis and Country Road 6 (Heaton Lake Rd.) at 2740 Cassopolis St.

SOURCE: Lance press release

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