Stampede Partners with Furrion to Introduce Outdoor, Compact and Mobile Living Lifestyle Solutions at CES 2020

Underscoring its commitment to create new growth opportunities for resellers and manufacturers, Stampede, the global leader in value-added distribution, today introduced a new line of Furrion AV and appliance products custom-designed for compact living and mobile living lifestyles. Stampede is the exclusive North American mobile living market distribution partner of Furrion.

The introduction was made today at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Booth #26409 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“With approximately 1 million Americans living in RV’s full-time, an aging generation of Baby Boomers and an emerging generation of families are choosing to downsize and live in compact living environments that empower them to hit the road and see the country through the windows of their custom-designed recreational vehicle (RV) on vacation,” Stampede President & CEO Kevin Kelly said today. 

“Since 2005, RV ownership has grown from 7.9 million households to over 10 million today,” Kelly said today. “We believe that the North American outdoor and mobile living market is going to continue grow over the next decade, creating a huge opportunity for manufacturers and resellers who can meet the growing consumer demand for custom-designed AV and appliance solutions that enable them to live the way they want to live in smaller places with more time spent outdoors and on the road — connected to their technology, devices, and appliances.”

According to Kelly, Furrion offers a wide range of innovative consumer products that include outdoor televisions, consumer electronics, solar energy solutions and kitchen appliances that enable consumers to a more compact and mobile lifestyle. “We’re highlighting these solutions at CES and showing resellers how they can make them an important part of their portfolio in 2020.”

Furrion Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Aaron Fidler embraced the new market opportunity created with Stampede, noting that, “Teaming up with Stampede marks a significant expansion of our long-term sales and market development programs. We have worked hard to design, engineer, and manufacture the next generation of innovative consumer products that offer new value to customers across the traditional recreational vehicle, home, hotel, and marine markets. Stampede’s business development team and reseller network will help to take these new products to the broadest range of markets and grow our consumer business.”

The selected Furrion products being exhibited at CES include its Aurora 4K LED Outdoor Television line consisting of a Full Shade and Partial Sun models that deliver perfect screen resolution thanks to their, respectively, 350-nit and 700-nit anti-glare LCD screen and ambient light sensor with auto-brightness control. Furrion innovation is all about experiencing and enjoying life. Aurora is designed to withstand all conditions. These sets are weatherproof with an IP54 rating and built with an aluminum metal casing that protects the TV from rain, dust, snow, salt, air, humidity, and even insects. Also included in the Aurora line-up are universal outdoor fixed tilt and full-motion TV mounts, 2.0 outdoor soundbar, and 2.1 outdoor soundbar with built-in subwoofer models that are designed to withstand extreme environments and deliver outstanding audio quality. 

Energy products on display include the Furrion eRove™ 45Q Electric Cooler that is designed to enable consumers to keep food cold for extended periods of time and Furrion ePod™ PowerStation and Rechargeable Battery that works with the Furrion eRove™ to keep food cold for up to seven days on a single charge. Furrion’s compact appliances include a 15.3 cu.ft. 4-Door French Door Refrigerator, 18” Built-in Top Control Dishwasher, 24” 4-Burner Gas Range and 1.3 cu.ft. Over the Range Microwave

“Outdoor, compact and mobile living presents an entirely new market opportunity for our consumer AV resellers,” Kelly emphasized. “At this CES our customers have the chance to get in on the ground floor of an emerging market that is only going to grow larger in the years to come.”