Weekend Warrior Expands Mfg. 27 Acres

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Weekend Warrior, a division of Omega RV, acquired a 27-acre campus in Caldwell, Idaho, to expand its production capacity since the revival of the legendary toy hauler and return of its founder, Mark Warmoth.

With the expanded manufacturing capacity, Weekend Warrior is positioning itself to recapture market share and industry prominence by providing toy haulers a “gold standard in design, innovation, and user-experience.” New models will be released including the long awaited fifth wheels after the new campus is renovated and online.

The 27-acre manufacturing campus in Idaho is part of the former Kit Manufacturing complex in Caldwell adjacent to the current manufacturing plant, where thousands of RV’s have been manufactured over the course of four decades.

“The current wave of sales fueled by pent up demand for the brand and improving economy has led us to invest significantly in R&D and property expansion,” said Don Day, Weekend Warrior GM and partner. “We are fortunate to have a great local work force that has many years of experience. The local and state government have been very helpful to help our company in this expansion to meet the demand for the Weekend Warrior toy haulers.”

Mark Warmoth, the founder of the Original Weekend Warrior in 1988 and partner in Omega said, “This was a perfect fit for the next chapter of Weekend Warrior.”

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