Regency RV recently announced that it will attend its first Elkhart RV Dealer Open House, running Sept. 24-27, to exhibit its 2019 Ultra Brougham Class B-plus motorhomes to select dealers. The firm stated that interested dealers can meet with Regency RV every day of the event from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the OEM West Display No. 2 across from the entrance to the RV/MH Hall of Fame on CR 17 in Elkhart, Ind.
Regency RV’s founder and CEO Wayne Davis, known worldwide for his award winning restorations of classic and rare automobiles, will be on hand with his 1955 Chrysler Imperial convertible – one of only two in existence. Davis’ favorite car was awarded the Best Street Cruiser in the Street Rodder Triple Crown of Rodding event in 2017.
“We thought we’d have a little fun at open house by bringing the Imperial up from Texas,” said Davis. “This restored classic says it all about the heritage of automotive excellence and quality here at Regency RV. Our motorhomes are built in the same facilities in which we restored this and dozens of other award-winning automobiles.”
Davis explained that the Regency motorcoaches are not built on a conventional assembly line. “Our coaches are built one at a time with handcrafted cabinetry and upholstery,” he said. “We’re looking for dealers that really want to sell something different. Our most successful dealers understand the customer who is looking for a true luxury driving experience.”
The entire Texas-based Regency RV management and sales teams will be on hand for private consultation or dinner with select dealers in the evenings after show hours from Monday to Wednesday. Dealers interested can contact Regency RV at [email protected] or call Vandee DeLeon, national sales coordinator at 817-847-7974 to schedule an appointment during the show.
“We are excited to exhibit our newest 2019 coaches at our first Elkhart RV Dealer Open House,” said Alan Osicka, general manager and co-founder of Regency RV. “Over the past two years we’ve built-up our dealer roster with excellent motorhome dealers that understand our unique offering. Now we are looking to fill the protected trade territories and states we still have open.”