PDA

View Full Version : EarthRoamer news


Jacket
01-30-2008, 10:16 AM
Saw this on another forum - very cool! I'm going to try and make it over there Monday morning to check things out.

************************************
Press Release
Contact:
Matt Nakari
EarthRoamer
1460 Overlook Drive
Lafayette, CO 80026
matt@earthroamer.com

***For Immediate Release***

EarthRoamer® Opens New World Headquarters!
Lafayette, CO (01/28/08) – EarthRoamer, the company behind the ground breaking XVLT and XV-JP expedition vehicles, has completed their new 56,000 square foot world headquarters! The new facility will open at 8:00am Monday, February 4th, 2008. A combination showroom, R& D think tank and production facility, the new location will allow EarthRoamer to keep pace with their rapid growth and product line expansion plans.
Built high above its surroundings in Lafayette, Colorado, the new facility’s glass walled showroom and dramatic snow-capped mountain views set the stage for expeditions to any part of the globe.
“Building our own showroom and tripling our manufacturing space marks an important milestone in the growth of EarthRoamer as the leader in the growing expedition vehicle market” commented Michele Connolly, EarthRoamer co-owner and co-founder, “Finally our corporate face to the world will match the quality and style of our vehicles.”
Phone, fax and email contacts will remain the same. As of February 1st, 2008 the new
address will be:

EarthRoamer
1460 Overlook Drive
Lafayette, CO 80026

About EarthRoamer
Founded by a pair of engineers with a thirst for adventure, EarthRoamer is in its sixth year designing, building and selling the only fully self-contained expedition vehicles in North America. Built in Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, EarthRoamer allows adventurers to travel far from the beaten path in unparalleled safety and comfort. More information is available at www.earthroamer.com, by calling 720-304-3174 or via
email: matt@earthroamer.com.
###

neliconcept
01-31-2008, 10:30 AM
no wonder i saw one of those massive trucks at the evergreen conoco off I-70. almost tipped over on the way out.

calphi27
01-31-2008, 02:46 PM
I checked out their old shop. It wasn't bad, but it seemed small. It also wasn't the best looking place for $250k vehicles.

Jacket
10-27-2009, 03:56 PM
http://www.bcbr.com/article.asp?id=102626

jacdaw
10-27-2009, 04:03 PM
Seems like he already has a new business up and running. Can't believe what they wanted for those things.

waggoner5
10-29-2009, 09:23 AM
Somebody should loose their head allowing a company with less than 300k in assets and 6.8 million in debt to even exist. Now he has started a new company? With what? I hope his suppliers are wanting cash plus a reduction in the old debt. Its amazing to me what American economics have become.

farnhamstj
10-29-2009, 09:34 AM
There's a guy from MN that's, brought one to CM for a few years. Don't recall his name. Has a tan fj40 he tows behind. It was a very well equiped / set-up from what I saw. He loved it. If you haven't been inside one, worth a peek.

MDH33
10-29-2009, 10:00 AM
There's a guy from MN that's, brought one to CM for a few years. Don't recall his name. Has a tan fj40 he tows behind. It was a very well equiped / set-up from what I saw. He loved it. If you haven't been inside one, worth a peek.

Was it Vince? That was a cool setup he had and a beautiful 40.

Hulk
10-30-2009, 04:58 PM
Yeah, Vince Farace, I think. I got a chance to get a tour of his Earthroamer a few years ago. It was really amazingly efficient, well-thought-out, and luxurious.