Equal-i-zer Hitch Partners with Tom Manning & Associates – RVBusiness – Breaking RV Industry News
PROVO, Utah – Equal-i-zer Hitch is pleased to announce a partnership with Tom Manning & Associates (TMA). For decades, both companies have regularly received recognition as market leaders and have hundreds of years of combined industry experience, making this a groundbreaking and powerful partnership.
“We are honored to be partnering with Tom Manning & Associates,” said Jed Anderson, CEO of Equal-i-zer Hitch. “When the leader in innovative towing, partners with the most distinguished rep group in the industry, it creates a unique synergy that will benefit the entire towing industry.”
For 11 years running, the Original Equal-i-zer Sway Control Hitch has been awarded RV Magazines’ Readers’ Choice Award for Gold trailer hitch. Trailer owners across North America have voted Equal-i-zer as America’s favorite hitch. Known for its quality and performance, Equal-i-zer Hitch has been innovating the towing industry for over 75 years by introducing products that keep customers safer on the road, with a more comfortable, enjoyable tow. Many of the company’s innovations can be found in their Fastway® Trailer Products brand.
TMA was recognized as the Rep Group of the Year at the 2022 and 2023 RV Aftermarket Conferences, and Tom Manning, founder, was honored with the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award by the same group. Manning also serves as president of AP Products, which has been supplying the RV industry with quality replacement parts since 1992, and Manning was inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2023.
“Tom Manning and his team are powerfully positioned to provide expert assistance to Equal-i-zer Hitch’s dealers and distributors,” said Rich Elliott, sales and marketing vice president for Equal-i-zer Hitch. “We congratulate Tom for being inducted into the Hall of Fame, and to his entire team for being named the Rep Group of the year. We are excited to combine forces with the best rep group in the industry.”