California-based Class A motorhome manufacturer Rexhall Industries Inc. reported its earnings were down 57% and its sales declined 23% during the year 2000.

The company earned $2.3 million on sales of $65.2 million last year.

Rexhall’s financial performance deteriorated because of the soft wholesale market for Class A’s which began during April 2000, and from the bankruptcy of its largest dealer, RV Supercenter in Arizona, which went bankrupt during March 2000. Rexhall eventually reached agreements with three Arizona dealers to take the units left unsold as a result of RV Supercenter bankruptcy.