Roadtrek RV Manufacturer Wins 2017 Motorhome Magazine Reader’s Choice Gold Award

RV manufacturer Roadtrek won the 2017 Motorhome Magazine Reader's Choice Gold Award sponsored by Motorhome Magazine, coming out on top over 12 other competitors.

Kitchener, Canada - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Roadtrek was named winner of the Motorhome Magazine Reader’s Choice Gold Award beating out 12 other competitors to take home top honors. Motorhome Magazine presented the award to Roadtrek online ceremony. Details about the award can be found on the company website at http://www.roadtrek.com/news-events/roadtrek-awarded-gold-for-motorhome-magazine-readers-choice/.

Roadtrek, a 40 year old company offering a full line up of Class B Motorhomes built on Mercedes-Benz, Chevrolet or Ram ProMaster chassis, continues to be a customer favorite.

For more information visit: http://www.roadtrek.com

Erwin Hymer Group North America, Inc. the leading class B manufacturer in North America has been awarded Readers’ Choice Gold Award for the Roadtrek Class B camper van brand.

Roadtrek is one of Erwin Hymer Group North America, Inc.’s four brands and offers 10 models and innovative products including the EcoTrek Lithium power module system and VoltStart auto-start system. Roadtrek has celebrated creating 30,000 units this year and continues to grow to offer customers award winning products.

Potential award recipients were required to be RV Manufacturer in order to be in contention for the Motorhome Magazine Reader’s Choice Gold Award, and were judged based on reader survey. Erwin Hymer Group North America, Inc., Corporation of Roadtrek was pleased about the company’s performance, saying:

“The future for ERWIN HYMER GROUP NORTH AMERICA is very bright and expanding to create new class B models and towable trailers. All models have innovative technology and environmentally friendly features, keeping comfort, practicality and the owner in mind.”

ERWIN HYMER GROUP NORTH AMERICA, INC. is the leading manufacturer of class B motorhomes in North America, selling its motorhomes through a network of independent RV dealers in the USA, Canada and Japan. They are also part of ERWIN HYMER GROUP in Germany. ERWIN HYMER GROUP is Europe’s largest manufacturer of motorhomes and caravans. The group sells more than 35,000 vehicles annually and employs a staff of some 4,400 in its associated companies.

Persons interested in learning more about Roadtrek and the award can visit the website at http://www.roadtrek.com/news-events/roadtrek-awarded-gold-for-motorhome-magazine-readers-choice/.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Wilkinson
Organization: Erwin Hymer Group North America, Inc.
Address: 100 Shirley Ave., Kitchener, Ontario N2B 2E1, Canada
Phone: +1-844-464-9637

For more information, please visit http://www.gohymer.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 312859

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