News: Curtiss – New Business
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 24 Nov 1971
The Curtiss Industries, Inc., started production of Curtiss Camping trailers and snowmobile trailers on Monday, November 15, 1971.
The Curtiss Industries, Inc. is housed in the former Laabs Cheese Factory in Curtiss. The factory is being remodeled to comply with the needs of the new industry.
Curtiss Industries, Inc. is owned in part by the people of Curtiss, who purchased stock in the industry and dealers. The General Manager is Clyde Grambsch.
The trailers are to be distributed in about six states, and will be known as Curtiss Campers and Snowmobile Trailers. When in full production there will be nine models of campers available on the market.
Grambsch states, “there will be a unique addition to their snowmobile trailer in the near future for the snowmobile enthusiasts.”
The industry will be employing eight employees for the present time, as the industry gowns more employees will be needed.
Clyde Grambsch, General Manager of Curtiss Industries, Inc., is a resident of the Town of Sherman. He served on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Recreational Vehicles Institute. The RVI aids the recreational vehicle industry in promotion sales, encourages testing of the vehicles manufactured, and aids in the government regulations on production of recreational vehicles.
Grambsch also served on the Washington Affairs Committee, which studies proposed legislation concerning the recreational vehicles.
His work in design and Marking of camping trailers is well Known throughout the nation.
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