SYRACUSE, ind. — R V Manufacturing Enterprises, doing business as Ameri-Camp, broke ground this week on a 105,000-square-foot building project in Syracuse.

Accompanying Norman Frohreich, vice president of Ameri-Camp, was Chris Witman, purchasing director; Tim Concannon, Midwest sales manager, Ameri-Camp; Randy Huffman and Andy Nesbitt, Nuway Construction; and Jeff Noffsinger, Syracuse town manager.

Amer-Camp produces fifth wheels and travel trailers under the Summit Ridge Reserve, Summit Ridge, Wrangler, Ridge Runner Lite, Ameri-Camp LE and Daytona Trail Boss brand names.

According to Frohreich, “This expansion is necessary because of the success of our new innovative product introductions. In May of 2005, RVME took over operations at Ameri-Camp and brought tremendous stability, success and direction to the company.”

“After a very strong acceptance of our new products at Louisville we are going to need the extra capacity that our new plant will provide. Upon completion of the new facility Ameri-Camp will have a total of 242,580 square feet of manufacturing and office space,” Frohreich said.

Nuway Construction, a general contractor located in Goshen, was chosen for the project. The new plant is located on ind. 13, just south of U.S. 6. Along with the manufacturing, the new facility will house production offices. Construction is scheduled to be completed in May.

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