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Pleasure-Way releases rear bedroom Class B

Pleasure-Way releases rear bedroom Class B

The Plateau-RB features a 76-by-70-inch permanent bed with a dual density memory foam mattress and more than 20 cubic feet of under bed storage. A front dining/entertainment area, private bathroom and large kitchen area completes this ultimate two person coach.SASKATOON, Sask. – Pleasure-Way Industries introduced a revolutionary rear bedroom Class B floorplan built on the Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis last week during the RV Dealers Association convention in Las Vegas.

“Our new Plateau-RB (rear bedroom) floorplan received rave reviews from dealers attending the RVDA convention in Las Vegas last week,” claimed Dean Rumpel, following his acceptance of the RVDA Quality Circle Award for 2011. “Market research indicated this was a segment of the market not being fulfilled and the Plateau RB is the only Class B motorhome available with a distinct rear bedroom.”

The Plateau-RB features a 76-by-70-inch permanent bed with a dual density memory foam mattress and more than 20 cubic feet of under bed storage. Unique sliding maple doors with frosted inlay separate the bedroom from the rest of the coach.A front dining/entertainment area, private bathroom and large kitchen area completes this ultimate two person coach.

The Plateau-RB will make its consumer debut at the 59th annual California RV Show in Pomona Oct. 14 to 23.

With a network of more than 60 dealers in North America, Pleasure-Way Industries is located in Saskatoon, Sask. The family-owned and operated company began manufacturing Class B van motorhomes 25 years ago and has grown to be the second largest Class B motorhome manufacturer in North America, said Rumpel.

For more information, call 800.364.0189 or visit www.pleasureway.com.

SOURCE: Pleasure-Way press release

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