Alliance RV revealed its Valor toy hauler line at last week’s RV SuperShow in Tampa, Florida.
Alliance RV General Manager Jeremiah Dumka said the Valor line was a product borne of the pandemic.
“How much time we were able to give to it definitely enhanced the product,” he said.
Dumka said the company was given a clean slate when phones stopped ringing at the start of the pandemic in January 2020.
Alliance RV showed all four Valor toy hauler floorplans at the Florida RV SuperShow, including the 42V13, Valor’s first prototype.
Alliance RV’s sales were up more than 50 percent from last year’s show, Dumka said, with Valor’s addition to the company’s lineup.
Dumka also noted show-goers’ excitement at Valor’s floor-to-ceiling pantries and dual entrances to the side patios.
“The reviews were amazing,” Dumka said. “The new features really hit home with the consumers, from the built-in air compressor to the tie-downs in the garage.”