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Scott Hubble, CEO, nuCamp I n 2008, a colleague of mine intro- duced me to the world of teardrop trailers and I began doing some work as a consultant. That work turned into a full-time job and the rest is history. At the beginning, I wanted to raise the profile of teardrop trailers in gen- eral while increasing overall sales. Since Day 1, I have always had a strong desire to introduce new innovations within the micro- camper market; to increase production efficiencies and improve quality. My first industry show was an eye- opening experience. I had never been a part of an industry that had so many vendors and suppliers – it was a bit overwhelming . It ended up being a fantastic learning experience for me. T h e t u r n i n g p o i nt i n my c a re e r was when production was moved to Sugarcreek, Ohio, and I became heavily involved in the manufacturing side of our operations. I am so fortunate to have been involved in creating a unique culture here at nuCamp. From the level of care and quality that goes into each camper and the wonderful team that makes it happen, I am truly blessed. RV PRO: Origins July 2018 • RV PRO • 57 RV Pro Origins section continues on page 108 INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS The Cirrus Truck Camper is a marvel of RV engineering, incorporating the most innovative systems and components in the industry. A ROOMIER TEARDROP CAMPER Both our iconic TAB 320 and our TAB 400 set the standard for Teardrop Campers. Full-featured RVs in a small footprint. LIGHTWEIGHT AND READY TO GO Our hallmark TAG and TAG XL Teardrop Trailers have all the jaw-dropping features customers love in a compact platform. www.nucampr v.com RV-PRO-TwoThirds-Ad-06-2018.indd 1 6/14/18 4:42 PM

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