GEN-Y Hitch Partners with R&R Marketing Consultants

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NAPPANEE, Ind. – R&R Marketing Consultants Inc. (RRMCI) has been chosen by GEN-Y Hitch to provide sales and marketing services throughout the United States and Canada.

RRMCI will represent GEN-Y Hitch’s entire lineup including the MEGA-DUTY, The BOSS, Aluminum Loading Ramps, accessories and more.

“R&R Marketing Consultants prides itself on partnering with clients whom we believe to be the very best at what they do, and GEN-Y is that perfect partner,” stated Chuck Lenhart, COO, RRMCI. “GEN-Y strives to build the very best product possible and whose innovations are now setting the high-bar standard in towing safety, reliability and job site dependability. We are extremely excited to help GEN-Y to the next level and beyond.”

Since 2011, GEN-Y Hitch has been bringing value and safety to the towing/hauling industry. Carl Borkholder, Founder and Co-Owner, started with a design that had an adjustable tri-ball/pintle combination hitch which allowed a truck to tow multiple trailers, that is when the MEGA-DUTY was born. A few years later the TORSION-FLEX products were developed and added to GEN-Y’s product offering. The growth and demand of GEN-Y’s hitches has only led to more towing/hauling solutions offered by the company. GEN-Y Hitch continues to grow in Nappanee, Indiana where their products are designed and built, making them 100% manufactured in the United States of America.

GEN-Y Hitch is excited to announce our partnership with R&R Marketing,” said Jason Helmuth, Sales Manager, GEN-Y Hitch. “Through months of research, we believe that R&R is the best fit in the industry to help us develop new key marketing avenues and to grow our current customer base. Their reputation in the industry is that of working hard and getting the job done.”

For further information, please visit genyhitch.com.

About Gen-Y Hitch

Gen-Y Hitch was formed in 2011 by Carl Borkholder. The foundations of Gen-Y Hitch were based upon the involvement of Carl in the recreational vehicle industry, which drove home the inconvenience of not having a hitch system that was compatible among all the trucks and towable units necessary for the company’s operation. As a result of this incompatibility, crews were constantly forced to make special arrangements to make sure their vehicle could pull the particular trailer necessary for a particular job. Based upon this experience, Carl began to design an adjustable tri-ball/pintle combination hitch which allowed a truck to tow multiple different trailers. The result of this work was the development of the patented Gen-Y Hitch. Gen-Y Hitch has continued to develop the Gen-Y Hitch line, which currently encompasses eight Class IV hitches as well as 3 Class V models.