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JB Caravans celebrate the opening of its new Burpengary site

JB Caravans celebrate the opening of its new Burpengary site

'Champion' of Aussie-built products

JB Caravans launch new dealership at Burpengary

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JB Caravans is celebrating the launch of its new Burpengary retail centre north of Brisbane.

It was officially opened by Caravan Industry Association of Australia chief executive Stuart Lamont and offers potential buyers an opportunity to see a much bigger range and new products.

"They have been a champion of Australian jobs and Australian-made products and are showcasing both JB caravans and Cub campers at their new centre," he said.

"It is fantastic to see them expanding with this bigger range and new product offering ... it is a great indication of the popularity of caravanning and demonstrates that the industry really is going from strength to strength.

"JB Caravans is extremely dedicated to the Australian caravan industry and we are very proud to celebrate their expansion with their new retail centre of excellence."

Mr Lamont said the Burpengary area off the Bruce Highway had grown into a "must-visit" hub for caravanners looking to buy Australian-made quality caravans.

Victoria-based JB Caravans was spawned a decade ago in a humble workshop, with an output of just one caravan weekly.

It is now one of Australia's leading and most respected manufacturers.

Director Alex Bi said the new location provided the Australian-owned and operated company with the opportunity to expand its product offering to the area, as well as support to the local community.

"With the acquisition of the site we have been able to open a large service centre, accessories store, motorhomes division and enter into an agreement with Cub Campers," he said.

"This in turn will allow us to contribute back to the community who has supported us through jobs and social programs."


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