Winegard Awarded the 2015 Readers' Choice Gold Winner for Trailer Life and MotorHome Magazines
BURLINGTON, Iowa (December 1, 2015) — Winegard, a pioneer in antenna design and development, is honored with Trailer Life and MotorHome's annual Readers' Choice Awards as the Gold Winner in the Satellite Hardware category. This is the fourth consecutive year that the Burlington-based company earned the top spot. Winegard's current RV satellite TV antennas include the TRAV'LER, RoadTrip, Carryout, and Pathway antennas.
"Our goal is to provide our customers with the best, most reliable, and efficient technology, so to be chosen as the Readers' Choice award recipient is a big honor for us," says Jon Manley, President of Winegard. "We have a lot of exciting projects in the works, and we look forward to continuing to serve RVers with the best in satellite and over-the-air TV antenna technology."
Each year, Trailer Life and Motorhome conduct an online poll to find the places and brands readers rely on during their travels. The awards are then broken down into gold, silver, and bronze medalists in 28 RV-centric categories.
Winegard will also be showcasing its new Carryout G2+ and RoadTrip T4 at the National RV Trade Show. The new Carryout G2+ works with DISH, DIRECTV and Bell TV programming. This sleek, compact portable is ultra lightweight, requiring minimal space, and is fully automatic. The RoadTrip T4 provides 100 percent automatic, easy one-button operation, with full in-motion tracking capability. It receives DISH, DIRECTV and Bell TV programing.
For more information about Winegard's RV antennas, please head to www.winegard.com.
About Winegard Company Winegard Company designs and manufacturers a spectrum of world class antenna products from mass produced consumer antennas and accessories to enterprise focused broadband solutions. Since its incorporation in 1954, Winegard has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and been granted over 80 U.S. patents. The company's heritage includes recognition by NASA for contributions to the Apollo 11 mission, and the induction of founder John Winegard into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. Winegard's superior antenna design and manufacturing facilities that total 410,000 sq. ft include a state of the art testing and measurement center. The company's in-house and vertically integrated capabilities support its accelerated product design and development cycle