Alabama Gov. Bob Riley proclaimed Feb. 24 “Tiffin Motorhomes Day” as the Red Bay, Ala., manufacturer rolled its 50,000th coach off the production line. More than 300 suppliers, customers and employees cheered as the 2005 40-foot quad-slide Tiffin Allegro Bus powered by a Cummins 400-hp diesel engine was presented. Tiffin’s latest milestone reflects the company’s growth in the past few years to increase capacity and stay abreast of demand for its high-end line of motorhomes. “Today, we are not building enough motorhomes to meet our demand,” said Bob Tiffin, president and CEO of the privately held family-managed business founded in 1972. “Today our production capacity is 3,000 motorhomes annually. I know we can still give the customer service we consider so vital as we gradually increase our production to 5,000 motorhomes a year.” The 50,000th coach was headed to Lazydays RV Super Center in Seffner, Fla.