RV Today Archive- Jayco Headquarters

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April 20, 2009

Television host Stew Oleson and crew stop by the Jayco Corporation, the largest privately owned manufacturer of RV’s, for a quick tour of the facilities. The Jayco Corporation houses nine factory lines employing over 1,100 people including some from the local Amish community. 125 Rv’s are produced everyday or around 600 a week, and each product is checked and re-checked before it’s shipped out.

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  1. I HAVE A 28 FOOT MOTORHOME A GREYHAWK I LOVE IT VERY MUCH .ONE THING I HAD TO REPLACE THE SLIDE OUT MOTOR .THE MOTOR COST LOTS OF MONEY

  2. mark schomaker

    I ordered a jayco trave trailer in december of 2008 i have problems from the day i picked it up it is a 298rls it is minor stuff but i can not beleve it is sepember and i called everyone wrote to anyone i purshedit from rv direct now i have to start letting everyone how bad there service was and still is ill make sure alot of people do not buy a jayco rv i spoke to jatco headquarters rv direct about 12 times they just keep giving me #s to call that get me know where i took it with a grain of salt but now im gonna make it bad for jayco if i did not pay for it in full i bet my problems would be fixed mark schomaker

  3. mark schomaker

    my 2009 rv came to me with 3 water leaks a broken draw under my j sofa edge of tub sinks when you shower tabel dont stay up sals man steve bulton promsed me the wourld and gave me nothing if there is someone from jayco that cares call me 201–306-5686 before i start going to people that will listen

  4. Claude Madison

    I was wondering if anyone would know how to find an owners manual for a 2002 jayco featherlite travel trailer.
    Thanks
    Claude Madison

  5. The layoffs were completed on Thursday, said Akos Sefcsik, director of operations for Jayco in Twin Falls. He declined to provide a figure for how many employees were laid off, but told the Twin Falls Times-News in November 2009 that the plant planned to operate with a payroll of more than 180 employees after hiring 30 during a companywide production increase.