Alliance Recreation Vehicles in Elkhart plans to add 650 jobs by 2023 for the manufacturing of its luxury RVs, the company announced Tuesday.
The company said it will invest $33 million to expand its bustling Elkhart campus, which opened in 2009.
If the company reaches its job-creation commitment, it will receive up to $9.3 million in tax credits. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. also offered the company up to $1.7 million in additional tax credits from the Hoosier Business Investment program.
Alliance already has three manufacturing and office facilities totaling 254,000 square feet in Elkhart. It plans to add two more, totaling 120,000 square feet, by December.
The company was founded by brothers Coley and Ryan Brady and serves 150 RV dealers in the U.S. and Canada. Increased demand for RVs throughout the pandemic has driven the company’s growth, adding to Elkhart’s reputation as the RV capital of the world.
Nearly 83 percent of the RVs in the United States are manufactured in Indiana, mostly in the Elkhart area.