Lots of discussion of this on the various Class B forums. The family that built the company sold it to a private investment group after the 2008 financial problems. That group flipped it to another investment group a few years later. They ended up selling it to Hymer. Hymer is a large European manufacturer of motorhomes. Now, Hymer is selling to Thor and Thor discovered alleged financial irregularities at Roadtrek. The management installed by Hymer or one of the previous investment groups is reported to have defrauded the company of approximately one hundred billion dollars utilizing false invoices and paying the dough to themselves and family members who apparently have been phantom employees. So, several hundred people lose their jobs and Roadtrek is no more. We have owned two Roadtreks over the years and both were made back when the original family had ownership. I always said they were Beechcraft quality (referring to the top of the pile planes made by Beech). Roadtreks have suffered a decline in quality and an acceleration in price over the last few years in the minds of those that have great love and familiarity of the brand. This is just another example of growth, greed, and crime coming together in a once fine family owned company.
I cannot understand the logic that allows someone to steal from the company they work for and ultimately cost all employees their job.