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Venture RV Opens Production Facility to Meet Increased Demand

By: On: Wednesday November 27 2013

Venture Sonic

Venture RV, a division of KZRV, has been seeing an increased demand in its products and has opened a new facility to keep up.

“We had an exceptional show with both the SportTrek lightweight travel trailer and the all new Sonic ultra-lightweight travel trailer,” says Dave Boggs, director of sales and marketing. “The dealers liked what we had to offer and responded with orders. The manufacturing facility recently started production of Venture RV’s newest addition, the Sonic Ultra-lightweight trailer. The opening of this facility will allow us to deliver the Sonic to our dealer base more efficiently and in a timely manner.”

The Sonic facility encompasses more than 65,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing, which includes an in-house sewing department.

“It’s nice to see our team pull together and achieve the goal of opening this plant,” says Boggs. “Our departments take pride in producing a quality product that delivers exceptional craftsmanship and innovation.

The Sonic is available in five floor plans that range from 17’-25’ in length and weigh between 2,995 -4,500 lbs. The MSRP for the nicely equipped Sonic ultra-lightweight travel trailer starts at $18,999.

Venture RV will be displaying both of these products at this year’s RVIA Show in Louisville, Ky. in Booth 3035 in the North Wing.

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