Redneck Trailer Supplies Opens Branch in Georgia

Redneck Trailer Supplies held the Grand Opening of its branch in Byron, Georgia. The branch, Redneck’s 20th, is located at 308 James E. Williams Dr. The branch’s normal business hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Redneck’s most recent branch opened in 2005 in Mira Loma, California. Redneck has effective market coverage from the East Coast to the West Coast, which has enhanced and strengthened the customer service it can offer.

Redneck Trailer Supplies began in 1979 as “Redneck Trailers and Supplies”, a manufacturer building gooseneck trailers. These gooseneck trailers were primarily painted red and that was the start of the "Redneck" name.

In those early manufacturing years, one of the major problems Redneck faced in common with all other trailer manufacturers was finding good sources for trailer parts. It soon became apparent that one of the greatest needs in the industry was a centralized vendor location where a broad variety of parts could be purchased, especially parts for stock, utility, marine, and agricultural trailers.

In 1981, in response to these problems, Redneck made a change in direction, shifting from manufacturing trailers to trailer parts distribution, with the goal of becoming the most reliable source for trailer parts in the industry.

The first Redneck Trailer Supplies branch opened in September 1981, in Springfield, Missouri, which is also the site of the company’s administrative offices.

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