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Podcast 122 features Infinity Woven Products

Podcast 122 features Infinity Woven Products

Fusion June 2016 160x600This week’s guest is Warren McCrickard, the vice president of sales for Infinity Woven Products. Headquartered in Dalton, Ga., Infinity has introduced a flooring product that can be found in some of the RVs coming out this model year, like the Airstream Classics.

The company calls it a luxury woven vinyl and it’s a canvas-type product that can be applied to flooring or used in awning construction as well. It is made to withstand pretty heavy use and it includes ultraviolet fading protection. It’s also warranted for 10 years, which explains why manufacturers and dealers are taking a closer look at the product.

In the RV industry, the product is distributed to manufacturers through Patrick Industries. For dealers looking to remodel an RV for a customer, Infinity ships orders direct to dealers. Infinity Woven Products has a big presence in the yacht and marine market, and the firm is trying to expand its presence in the RV industry, too.

During the interview, McCrickard describes his product in more detail and explain why it’s a great fit for RV manufacturers and dealers alike.

For more information about Infinity Woven Products, visit www.infinitylwv.com.

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