Warrior Lifestyles, a company that filled a service void after a local trailer manufacturer went out of business will be building its own brand of toy-hauler trailers, according to an article, New trailers being built for warriors of a weekend variety, in The Press-Enterprise of Riverside, California.
Broyles said he bought some of the former company’s inventory and assets as well as Warrior Manufacturing’s 1-800 number after it went out of business.
Starting next week, Warrior Lifestyles will begin building its own brand of travel trailers. Just two a day and no more than 10 a week, Broyles said. The company wants to keep it simple, and not grow beyond their means.
The company is in the process of moving from Perris to Corona near the Interstate 15 and 91 freeway interchange.
See the Press-Enterprise article, New trailers being built for warriors of a weekend variety, for full details.