Who Owns Leisure Travel Vans?

If you’re looking at Class B vans but really want some additional space, consider the Class C options made by Leisure Travel Vans.

This Canadian company manufactures smaller Class Cs that provide more interior space than Class Bs without losing the ease of maneuverability.

About Leisure Travel Vans

Leisure Travel Vans is a company dedicated to producing functional Class C vans.

Through their innovative use of space and technology, Leisure Travel Vans develops options that suit the travel needs of many different travelers. 

The Wonder and Unity lines are sleek and stylish, providing multiple floor plans. That includes the Murphy bed, twin bed, and rear lounge options.

P.W. Enns founded Triple E in 1965 with his two sons-in-law. The following year, they made 97 small travel and 327 trailers in 1967.

Who Owns Leisure Travel Vans?

In 1969, Jim Pattison of Neonex Leisure Products acquired a controlling interest in Triple E, which led to the company’s substantial growth over the next few years.

However, in 1974, Phil Ens and P.W. Enns bought back the company, restoring it to family ownership. During the late 1970s, Reg and Saide Harder founded Leisure Travel Vans.

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