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Pacific Coachworks to Display 2017 RV Models at California RV Show

PERRIS, California – October 4, 2016 – Pacific Coachworks, Inc. (PCW) (www.pacificcoachworks.com), West Coast’s leading RV manufacturer of toy haulers, travel trailers, and fifth wheels will have its 2017 models on display at the 64th Annual California RV Show in Pomona.

All new 2017 products include changes across the board, including two tone fiberglass exterior, new graphics, and revised profiles.

PCW’s RV dealer partners will be exhibiting several of its brands. Giant RV will be presenting its Blaze’n toy haulers and fifth wheels. Marjon RV will be displaying the Rage’n toy haulers as well as the Tango and Econ travel trailers. Mike Thompson’s RV will once again showcase the Sandsport and Powerlite toy haulers and fifth wheels.

“The 2017 models consist of the best PCW product offering ever,” said Jeff Daily, Vice President for Pacific Coachworks. “Aside from the trendy, eye-catching exteriors, all interiors offer decors with two wood choices per product line as well as new floor plans.”

RVIA’s 64th Annual California RV Show will be held at the Los Angeles County Fair & Exposition “Fairplex” in Pomona, California from October 7-16, 2016.

ABOUT PACIFIC COACHWORKS

Pacific Coachworks (PCW) has been manufacturing luxury recreational vehicles since 2006. Its products include the Econ, Mighty Lite, Tango, Panther, Sea Breeze, Surf Side, Sandsport, Powerlite, Rage’n, and Blaze’n. Committed to providing high quality travel trailers, fifth wheels, and toy haulers, PCW has established lasting partnerships with RV dealers worldwide.

For more information about recreational vehicles and Pacific Coachworks, Inc., please visitpacificcoachworks.com. You can also email PCW at info@pacificcoachworks.com or call (951) 686-7294. Follow PCW on twitter @PCWRVs, and on Facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/PacificCoachworks.

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