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605 West Crystal Lake Road

Forest City, IA 50436

United States

Phone: 641-585-3535


Winnebago Industries, Inc. operates as a manufacturer of recreation vehicles (RVs) used primarily in leisure travel and outdoor recreation activities in the United States. Other products manufactured by the company consist primarily of original equipment manufacturing parts for other manufacturers and commercial vehicles. The company owns facilities in Middlebury, Indiana, where the company manufactures travel trailers and fifth wheel RVs and Junction City, Oregon, where it manufactures motorhomes. Principal Products The company designs, develops, manufactures, and markets motorized and towable recreation products along with supporting products and services. Motorhomes, Parts and Service A motorhome is a self-propelled mobile dwelling used primarily as temporary living quarters during vacation and camping trips, or to support some other active lifestyle. The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) classifies motorhomes into three types, all of which the company manufactures and sells under the Winnebago brand name. Class A: Conventional motorhomes constructed directly on medium- and heavy-duty truck chassis, which include the engine and drivetrain components. The living area and driver's compartment are designed and produced by the motorhome manufacturer. Product offerings include Adventurer, Sightseer, Suncruiser, Sunova, Sunstar, Sunstar LX, Vista, Vista LX (gas); and Forza, Grand Tour, Journey, Tour, Via (diesel). Class B (Gas and Diesel): Panel-type vans to which sleeping, kitchen, and/or toilet facilities are added. These models might also have a top extension to provide more headroom. Product offerings include Winnebago Touring Coach (Era, Paseo, and Travato). Class C (Gas and Diesel): Motorhomes built on van-type chassis onto which the motorhome manufacturer constructs a living area with access to the driver's compartment. Product offerings include Aspect, Cambria, Fuse, Minnie Winnie, Navion, Spirit, Trend, and View. Motorhomes generally provide living accommodations for approximately seven people and include kitchen, dining, sleeping and bath areas, and in some models, a lounge. Optional equipment accessories include, among other items, generators, home theater systems, king-size beds, and UltraLeather upholstery and a selection of interior equipment. With the purchase of any new motorhome, the company offers a 12-month/15,000-mile warranty on the coach, and for Class A and C motorhomes, a 3-year/36,000-mile structural warranty on sidewalls and floors. The company’s Class A, B and C motorhomes are sold by dealers in the retail market. The company’s motorhomes range in length from 21 to 44 feet. Towables A towable is a non-motorized vehicle that is designed to be towed by passenger automobiles, pickup trucks, SUVs or vans; and is used as temporary living quarters for recreational travel. The RVIA classifies towables in four types, such as conventional travel trailers, fifth wheels, folding campers trailers, and truck campers. The company manufactures and sells conventional travel trailers and fifth wheels under the Winnebago brand name. Travel Trailer: Conventional travel trailers are towed by means of a hitch attached to the frame of the vehicle. Product offerings include Winnie Drop, Micro Minnie, Minnie, Ultralite, Instinct, and Spyder (Toy Hauler). Fifth Wheel: Fifth wheel trailers are constructed with a raised forward section that is connected to the vehicle with a special fifth wheel hitch. Product offerings include Destination, Latitude, Voyage, Voyage XLT, Scorpion (Toy Hauler). Other Manufactured Products The company uses its incremental capacity to manufacture product for outside customers. To a limited extent, it manufactures other component parts sold to outside manufacturers. The company also manufactures commercial vehicles, which are motorhome shells, primarily custom designed for the buyer's special needs and requirements, such as law enforcement command centers, mobile medical clinics and mobile office space. These commercial vehicles are sold through the company’s dealer network. In addition, it provides commercial vehicles as bare shells to

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