Omega RVs Information:
In November 2014, Omega RVs purchased the intellectual properties, equipment, and materials at the KIT Manufacturing plant in Caldwell, Idaho. From the start, Omega RV focused on travel trailers, fifth wheels, and toy haulers. Omega RV built their team from those who worked at KIT, Extreme RV, and Extreme Warrior. In April 2015, they revived the popular Road Ranger, Companion, Sportsmaster, Monterey, Megalite, and Extreme brands. The Road Rangers included new designed that include metal and fiberglass units.
As a startup company, Omega RV prides itself in continuing the legacy of the original products. From the start, they looked to grow of the company. Within months, Omega RV announced that they had started to build a 60,000 square foot manufacturing space that would also include 5,000 square feet of office space. This addition in Caldwell was needed due to the great launch of their retail and wholesale. This would also allow Omega RV to begin to introduce their new toy hauler products.
In August 2015, Omega RV launched the Toxic toy hauler line. They focused on what consumers wanted. This includes ten- and thirteen-foot garage areas. There is 116 gallons of fresh water, along with a 38-gallon fuel tank. In addition to this, the Toxic pump station has a 4,000-watt Onan generator. The unique architecture and styling of the Toxic units set it apart from others. In October 2015, Omega introduced the Sportsmaster which is an entry level travel trailer.
Mark Warmoth, founder of Weekend Warriors who started the toy hauler revolution joined forces with Omega in April 2016. Warmoth took over designing the models and expanding upgraded interiors and features within them. They also rebranded the Toxic under the new Warrior badge. This allowed Omega RV to have two lines, one being standard and the other extreme. Price differentiation was key for those looking into their products. Weekend Warrior branded RVs continue to be manufactured in Superlite and Widebody.