RV/MH Hall of Fame News

C.T. McCreary

Beginning his production career in 1945, he was one of the earliest RV manufacturers to open production facilities in various parts of the country. His company, building Aljo brand trailers, grew to be recognized as the second largest RV manufacturer in the nation in 1957. A long time active Trailer Coach Association member and show organizer, C.T. was one of the founders of the giant Los Angeles RV show. He is responsible for many innovations to industry products including installation of the first RV central vacuum system. (His midwest division, Moderistic Industries of Iowa, became Winnebago Industries after a change of ownership.)