Four Wheel Campers (FWC) will be holding a grand opening for its new showroom at the FWC factory in Woodland, California, on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 10am to 4pm. The grand opening will include free tours of the FWC factory, free BBQ and drinks, and free FWC T-shirts while supplies last. In addition to tours, attendees will be able to see and climb into 15 campers on display as well as tour an additional 20 truck camper rigs brought in by private owners.
“We’re excited to open our new showroom. It’s three times larger and redesigned to display over 10 campers, complementary camping products, and truck suspension products,” said Dan Welty, VP of Four Wheel Campers “The greater breadth of product will deliver an enhanced learning experience for our customers. Having the ability to “step into” more campers and have exposure to more products helps ensure people select exactly which camper is best for them.”
During the grand opening, visitors will be able to meet the FWC staff—including the CEO and VP—preview FWC’s newest pop-up truck camper lineup, see other camping products and accessories, and get answers to questions about what’s needed to haul a Four Wheel Camper on a truck.
The FWC grand opening promises to be a fun and informative event. The Four Wheel Camper staff encourages everyone interested in a FWC pop-up to stop by for just a few minutes, or stay for a few hours. The factory is conveniently located off Interstate 5 at the Woodland “Main Street Exit.”
For more information call Four Wheel Campers at (530) 666-1442.
Wow, what can I say or better what should I say. Well, I will say I love the dedication of this company to have so much confidence in there product to go all in. This truly represents the American spirit of entrepreneurship. Building a high end product that has very limited market share and then further reducing that share by producing only pop ups that come with a serious price shows real guts. Obviously, the vision is working. Out of all the pop ups I see in California, Four Wheel units are by far the most popular. I again, admire the company’s focus on the few rather than the masses, after all, isn’t that what truck camping is all about?