Longtime RV Manufacturer Seeking Dealer Partners

A picture of Oliver Travel Trailers' Legacy Elite exterior.

Oliver Travel Trailers, a custom fiberglass travel trailer manufacturer in business for 18 years, will exhibit at the RVDA Convention/Expo in Las Vegas. The manufacturer, which previously sold solely to consumers, is looking to build a limited dealer network.

The RVDA Convention/Expo begins today and runs through Friday at Paris Las Vegas.

The initiative is led by Oliver Director of Business Development Phil Melfa.

“We extend a humble invitation to the dealers we have already partnered with and those that are interested,” Melfa said. “Our wish is to align with dealers that share our values of delivering the highest quality travel trailers in the market to customers who expect and deserve more from their ownership experience.”

The company is based in Hohenwald, Tennessee. Co-owner Scott Oliver said the manufacturer started to build a fiberglass travel trailer able to take Oliver’s family camping, hunting, fishing and otherwise outdoors. The company’s first travel trailer is in its Tennessee showroom.

A picture of Oliver Travel Trailers' Legacy Elite being towed on a road with mountains behind.

“We cordially invite dealers at RVDA to come and explore our exceptional travel trailers,” Oliver said, “renowned for their quality, durability and innovation. If you are ever in Tennessee, stop on by for one of our factory tours.”

Field and Sports’ Chase Rhode will represent Oliver at the RVDA booth. He said his company was honored to work with a high-quality, professional company such as Oliver Travel Trailers.

“Oliver has separated itself in the marketplace through the quality, attention to detail and unparalleled commitment to serving the customer,” Rhode said. “Oliver offers its partners the opportunity to capture incremental sales in a historically proven segment of the business with sophisticated and comprehensive marketing support, lead generation, and highly trafficked social platforms.”

Oliver Travel Trailers are listed in the NADA book and are approved by RVIA and the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers. Oliver Director of Operations Rodney Lomax said the company is working to set up multiple national banks for floorplan options.

“I look forward to showing and talking about our exclusive product features,” Lomax said, “reliable customer service, quality craftsmanship and marketing support.”

For more information, visit olivertraveltrailers.com and fieldandsports.com.

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