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30 • RV PRO • SEPTEMBER 2014 rv-pro.com Keystone: Keystone will display 125 products. Every Key- stone division will have new floorplans, features, and in some cases completely new product segments. Dutchmen: Dutchmen will be displaying 50 models that are new or redesigned, including some with new floorplans, exteriors or interiors. A continental breakfast will be offered for dealers each day begin- ning at 8:30 a.m. with a lunch buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cocktails will be served at 1 p.m. Sept. 16 and 17 with dinner and entertainment from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sept. 16 and 17. On-site financing will be available. K-Z RV: e newest addition to the or family will have 54 models on display, most with new floorplans. Two new fifth wheels will be on display and the company is putting a big emphasis on the products. e Durango Goldrush fifth wheel is getting a new look and the name will be changed to Durango Gold. e StoneRidge line of fifth wheels also will have a new name, though that had not been finalized by press time. "From floorplans to stripe changes to décor changes, we have a lot of new things to show," says Marlene Snyder, K-Z's product manager. Snyder says floorplan changes included new front living rooms, numerous models with island kitchens, and the Sportsmen Show Stopper travel trailers all will have new floorplans. e company also will have special event pricing available. CrossRoads/Redwood: The two Topeka, Ind., brands will be showing 69 units on the southwest portion of the or area. Among these, CrossRoads will be reintroducing the Carriage iconic brand of luxury fifth wheels. The Carriage legacy brand will cater to the needs of the high-end residential style of living with un-shoppable master suites, full-body painted exteriors and a full two-year residen- tial warranty. Additionally, CrossRoads also will reintroduce the Cameo fifth wheel brand, which offers such potential features as mul- tiple bunkhouses and outside kitchens, in a variety of lengths. Meanwhile, Redwood will display a new Cypress and Sequoia line of fifth wheels. "In every line across the board we have new floorplans and new interiors," says Kathy Fuller, CrossRoads marketing director. "On the Zinger side of it, they're coming out with a new Ice House like you would use to go ice fishing that you would put out on the lake." or Motor Coach: TMC's Tuscany Class A will debut a 40-foot, non-tag axle motorhome with a 450-horsepower engine among the 50 vehicles on display at the Open House event. All TMC brands will introduce new floorplans and numerous brands will have all new décors and cabinetry options. Elkhart Open House Week CrossRoads will reintroduce the Carriage brand of luxury fifth wheels. The brand will cater to the high-end residential customer. CrossRoads also will reintroduce the Cameo fifth wheel, with multiple bunkhouses and outside kitchens. K-Z's Durango Goldrush is getting a new look and a new name: Durango Gold.

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