This is tragic - you would think that another mfg. might step in and buy
the line or the rights to the product. Being such an unique product has to
have its pluses and not just from a practical standpoint but a marketing
perspective as well. Maybe a larger manufacturer with deeper pockets
and a more streamlined efficient factory (not to say that the Bellville
facility wasn't) could take it on and make it work. There has to be a market
out there for Hi-Lo, the concept that drew me to them before is still there,
and if I were out looking for a new RV, that concept is still attractive.
I have to think that Hi-Lo will continue in some way and/or fashion.
Will this mean that the current existing Hi-Lo's that are out there are now