TrailManor is taking a cue from a wildly popular TV show centered around ducks by offering a special “duck blind” edition of its trailers that features special camouflage graphics and trim, making the trailers even more appealing to hunters and outdoorsmen.
The new graphic package is offered as an option and can be retrofitted to existing trailers.
It is also available on TrailManor’s new RISE truck camper.
“We continually listen to our owners and dealers, and the Duck Blind edition is based on feedback that they provided about new styling and uses for TrailManor trailers,” said Cleo Eickhoff, vice president of marketing, in a news release.
“We want to make TrailManors as versatile as possible, and the Duck Blind edition gives our owners who are hunters another reason to take out their TrailManors for an adventure.”
TrailManor’s ultra-low profile is ideal for getting into the back country by being towed in the retracted position, he explained.
The patented torsion power lift design allows “raising the roof” quickly and easily. There is an added sense of security provided by the hard side wall construction, said Eickhoff.
TrailManor travel trailers are unique in that they are hardwall travel trailers that fold down like tent campers for easy towing. They are also much lighter than traditional travel trailers due to TrailManor’s unique laminated construction, he explained.
TrailManor trailers can be towed with properly equipped minivans, crossovers, and small SUVs, so owners don’t have to buy big tow vehicles. It only takes about one extra gallon of gas to tow a TrailManor 100 miles, said Eickhoff.
A TrailManor trailer sets up in less than two minutes and owners don’t even have to unhitch. Inside, TrailManors have the amenities of upscale travel trailers, including a full kitchen, a hardwall bath with shower and tub, plenty of storage, and great living space.
TrailManor Manufacturing Company, LLC
TrailManor was founded in 1983, but the story goes back much farther.
Before the first TrailManor was shipped to a dealer, the design went through ten years of prototypes and testing. It was only after the innovative TrailManor design was thoroughly tested and proven that it was made available to the public.
Founder, William J. Hulsey, has a Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering and more than 25 years of experience in developing high technology materials and products. He transferred this knowledge to a dedicated group of current TrailManor employees who continue to manufacture trailers that are light in weight, easy to tow, engineered to last, high in resale value, and fun to use from the moment you leave your driveway.
Today, TrailManor has two locations, a manufacturing plant in Jacksboro, Tennessee, and general offices in Hartington, Nebraska.
The product line has expanded to include both the classic TrailManor design and a new series of Sport models that are exceptionally light, very affordable, and a delight to own.
That’s what you should expect from a travel trailer, and that’s what you get with TrailManor.
General Offices: P.O. Box 397, Hartington, NE 68739
Manufacturing Plant: 1202 McGhee Lane, Jacksboro, TN 37757
Phone: (423) 563-6685
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