April '14

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A sample of how your company will be featured in the July Issue: June, 1965 Arthur Vaughn launches Turbo Trailers in an abandoned gas station outside of Middlebury, Indiana, and begins production of custom fifth wheels. August, 1968 Turbo Trailers acquires a major production partner, Lester Vinyl Laminates, for $1.2 million. The first "lightweight" RV in the industry is produced soon after. January, 1969 Turbo Trailers moves into a new 20,000-square-foot warehouse in Elkhart, Indiana, the current corporate location. Staffing ramps up to 100 employees. April, 1970 Turbo Trailers streamlines production, launches an industry first — a bunkhouse model. Sales hit a record milestone: $70 million. September, 1989 Turbo Trailers opens two new manufacturing facilities in TX and CA to lower production and shipping costs. December, 1991 Founder Arthur Vaughan passes away. His son, Gregory Vaughan, is named CEO. May, 1995 Turbo Trailers builds its 10,000th unit. August, 2005 Turbo Trailers launches its Infinitus brand, the company's leading sales brand for the next five years. Infinitus becomes the top- selling travel trailer in the industry within two years. June, 2011 Turbo Trailers is acquired by MobileMasters, and begins new business unit, MobileTech Trailers. Humble Beginnings to Tech Mogul Turbo Trailers RVP-Made in America-2014.indd 2 3/17/14 1:49 PM

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