The stocks of motorhome manufacturers Winnebago and Monaco both reached new 52-week highs today (Dec. 19) and Fleetwood, another major motorhome builder, also posted a strong gain.

Winnebago, mostly likely due to its strong quarterly earnings report issued Tuesday (Dec. 18), saw its stock reach a new 52-week high for the second consecutive day.

Winnebago stock climbed as high as $41.32 before closing at $40.13, up 28 cents for the day.

Meanwhile, during today’s trading session, Monaco’s stock reached a new 52-week high of $22.40. The company’s stock closed at $22.15 in New York Stock Exchange trading today, up 56 cents.

Fleetwood shares gained 8%, or 79 cents, today, to close at $10.29.