Regency RV Gains National Attention on the Cover of Two Major Consumer RV Magazines
Sep 6, 2018
Media Contact: Ron Barger
Regency RV Media Relations
Fort Worth, Texas— “As a young company, we are humbled and honored that our motorhomes received this kind of positive attention in these two publications,” said Alan Osicka, general manager and co-founder of Regency RV. Osicka was referring to his Xalta motorhome being featured on the cover of Family RVing magazine in July and Motorhome magazine in August of this year.
“It made us feel very proud and was a real morale booster around the shop here when we posted the two articles up for our team members,” he said. “It’s tough breaking into this business and we feel as though we’ve been recognized by these two publications for all our efforts. I just can’t thank them both enough for this honor.”
The young Fort Worth, Texas firm came on the scene in late 2015 building its Class B Concept One and Xalta motorhomes with a different approach to the market. According to Osicka with the positive reception by dealers from the introduction of its new Class B+ Ultra Brougham motorhome in 2018, the fresh approach is working and the company is gaining momentum.
“We’ve never wanted to be a mainstream luxury motorhome builder,” he said. “We strive to be different and to go after a more savvy kind of luxury traveler. Our dealers and owners understand the Regency RV difference. Basically no two coaches are exactly the same. Each is handcrafted in our facility. There’s no cookie cutter assembly line.”
Osicka referred to his firm’s specialized manufacturing process at its Fort Worth facility, “a series of custom production processes.” He explained the Texas facility is a group of manufacturing shops and departments where handcrafted cabinetry and hand-sewn upholstery are made in-house— never outsourced. A “12 Reasons to Invest in a Regency” section of the company’s new website is dedicated to this unique process.
Two of the firm’s brands for 2019, its Xalta Class B and the new Ultra Brougham Class B+ motorhomes are built on the 3500 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis. Regency’s newly acquired National Traveler brand is built on the Ram ProMaster chassis in Elkhart, Ind. The firm achieved the Mercedes-Benz Master Up-fitter designation in just six weeks. According to Osicka, Regency’s automotive expertise is a major factor in the quality, fit and finish of its motorhomes. The company’s founder and CEO Wayne Davis is recognized worldwide for his award winning restorations of classic American muscle cars and rare automobiles.
Dealers can visit Regency RV and its newly acquired National Traveler brand, for the first time at the 2018 Elkhart Dealer Open House at the OEM West Display #2 across from the entrance to the RV/MH Hall of Fame on CR 17 in Elkhart, Indiana, September 24 - 27.
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