Monday, January 21, 2008

CrossRoads RV expands destination trailer and park model product lines

Topeka, Ind. -- CrossRoads RV announces expansion of its Hampton destination trailer and Tranquility park model product lines. The company is doubling production of its Tranquility park models and introducing a new floor plan to its Hampton destination trailer line to meet increased market demand.

According to CrossRoads RV President Mark Lucas, the Tranquility has grown rapidly in popularity since its introduction last year, and sales volume for the Hampton has increased dramatically as well. ìBy doubling production and adding a new model to an already great line-up, we can meet the needs of all of our customers for quality-built, high value destination trailers and park models,î explained Lucas.

Tranquility park models come in six floor plans, including three loft models. CrossRoads is the only manufacturer to produce all six floor plans under 13í6î for unrestricted towing in all regions of North America. The new 38-foot Hampton model joins the current five-model line-up and features two slide-out bedrooms. The Hampton carries a two-year hitch-to-bumper warranty with the Tranquility covered by a one-year warranty. Both product lines meet all manufacturing standards of the Recreational Park Trailer Industry Association (RPTIA) and comply with all American National Standards Institute standards including about 500 safety requirements.

Headquartered in Topeka, Indiana, CrossRoads RV manufactures a wide variety of travel trailers, fifth wheels, destination trailers, and park models at five plant locations. Its products are distributed by dealers throughout the United States, Canada, France, Japan, and Australia. CrossRoads is a division of Thor Industries. More information on the Tranquility and Hampton product lines, the company, and its full product offering can be obtained online at or by calling 888-226-7496.
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