Make It Mine, All Mine
There are some jaw-dropping, wow-worthy motorhomes out there. Beautiful colors, awesome paint jobs and matching pull-behind vehicles are just a few of the features of these camp-in-comfort coaches boast.
But when’s the last time you saw one totally decked out like a beer can, a shrine to the Grateful Dead or a cool camo hideaway?
“Our teardrop trailers are customizable in a way that motorhomes and fifth wheels never will be,” said Chris Baum, Chief Operating Officer of Little Guy Trailers. “It allows people to be creative and make it their own. You can see someone’s personality just by looking at what they’re pulling behind their car.”
Baum estimated that there are approximately 50 different teardrop trailer organizations in operation, bringing together enthusiasts from around the globe.
“Teardrop owners really feel—and we agree with them–that they’re part of a cool club,” Baum said. “They love their trailers, they love to have fun with them, and they want to talk to each other about them.”
In fact, Baum said that the company receives photos, videos and emails almost daily from customers who want to share what they’ve done with their trailers and where they’ve taken them.
“People are excited, and they’re having fun,” he said. “We’re glad that they want to share that with us. We like to see what they’ve done with their trailers—and learn what they’ll be doing next.”
Perhaps one of their customers, “Paul L.” from Kansas, summed it up best.
“I’m sure the Federal Govt. [sic] will soon want you to add a warning sticker to the ‘Little Guy’,” he wrote. “ Something like this: WARNING– PASSING DRIVERS MAY RECEIVE SEVERE BACKLASH AND NECK PAIN WHEN RUBBER-NECKING AS THEY PASS YOUR LITTLE GUY.”
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