Rural Pine River, Minn., has added another travel trailer based business to the local economy with the introduction of Micah Eveland’s Blackline Conversions, just north of Pine River on Highway 371.
Eveland is well-known locally for his basketball prowess in high school, his rodeo talent and his family name. He's the son of Kent Eveland, current owner of Eveland’s Inc. and the Scamp travel trailer plant in Backus. That’s where the younger Eveland started making custom interiors almost 12 years ago, according to the Brainerd Dispatch.
Eveland says the shop manufactures custom interiors for horse trailers, fish houses, RVs and pretty much anything where a custom interior would be desired.
The company has contracts with Yeti, Featherlite and Elite Horse Trailers.