Lance Camper to Hold its First Ever Open House, Oct 13 to 22

Lance Camper Mfg. Corp., a REV Group company, is holding its first ever factory open house. The ten-day event will run from October 13 through 22, from 8am to 5pm every day.

The Open House will include factory tours, and for the first time in the company’s history, a red-carpet on-site factory showroom experience, including the ability to walk through all Lance production models with factory staff.

Seminars will be available and are aimed at educating attendees about the finer points of what makes Lance a quality product, company history, Lance’s suppliers, and the Lance lifestyle. In addition to product education, attendees will be able to meet with Lance employees, preview and provide input on their newest 805 prototype truck camper as well as all Lance models.

“Our team is very excited to have the opportunity to open our doors to the public and show them what Lance is all about,” said Gary Conley, Lance’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “Never before has a person interested in Lance had the opportunity to not only see behind the curtain of what makes our brand special but also see the difference directly on the manufacturing line and then walk over and tour the finished product, all with factory staff there to answer all questions.”

Lance is one of the very few RV manufacturers located on the west coast, which makes this a rare opportunity for those who are local. Their factory is conveniently located in the high desert, just one hour north of Los Angeles, at 43014 Exchange Pl., Lancaster, CA 93535. Those flying in have choices between LA’s Los Angeles International (LAX) or Burbank (BUR). There is also the option to fly privately, directly to Lancaster, to General William J. Fox Airfield.

Pre-registration is not necessary to attend the Factory Open House but is available on the Lance website for those interested in making an appointment.

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