The entities that appear to be covered by the bankruptcy look like Signature Motorcoach Resorts, Inc., MCC Acquisition Corp.: Signature Resorts, Naples Motorcoach Resort, Inc., Outdoor Resorts of Naples, Inc., Port of the Isles Motorcoach Resort, Inc., Outdoor Resorts of Las Vegas, Inc., Signature Resorts of Las Vegas, Outdoor Resorts Motorcoach Country Club, Inc., Signature Resorts Motorcoach Country Club, Signature Resorts of Michigan, Inc., Signature Motorcoach Resort at Bay Harbor, La Quinta Motorcoach Resorts, Inc., R-Vision Holdings, LLC, R-Vision, Inc., R-Vision, Trail-Lite, R-Vision Motorized LLC, Bison Manufacturing, LLC, Bison Trailers, Bison Horse Trailers, Roadmaster LLC, Roadmaster Trailers.
Additional names listed for Monaco Coach Company include Holiday Rambler, Holiday Towables, Safari, Beaver, McKenzie Towables, McKenzie, Roadmaster Chassis, Nappanee Wood Products, Holiday Graphics, Salmon Acquisition, Inc., SMC Corp., Electronic Desgin and Assembly, INc., Safari Motor Coaches, Inc., Beaver Motor Coaches, Inc., Magnum Manufacturing, Inc., Royale Coach and Harney County Operations, Inc., among others.
The bankruptcy case and filings can be monitored at this website: http://omnimgt.com/Public/files/frmMainCase.aspx?cboclient=854
Having filed bankruptcy now, no creditor is allowed to file any lawsuits against the company and all its assets are under the ultimate control of the bankruptcy court although for now Monaco is a "debtor in possession" which means they are still running their business but under the protections given by the federal bankruptcy law.
If you own a vehicle manufactured by Monaco or one of its corporations or divisions involved in the bankruptcy, and are still covered by the new vehicle warranty and have defects, you should talk to an attorney before doing anything so you can be sure you understand your rights, remedies and obligations.
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