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Posted on: December 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] New Business Coming to Campbell County's Seneca Commerce Park

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RUSTBURG, VA -  The Campbell County Board of Supervisors is proud to announce a new business coming to Campbell County’s Seneca Commerce Park. Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc. has purchased 15.7 acres of land in Seneca Commerce Park, south of the intersection of U.S. Route 24 and 29, to set up operations for the central Virginia region. The company is an authorized sales and service dealer for East Manufacturing Trailers, Innovative Trailers, Timpte Hopper Bottom Trailers, CPS/Manac Trailers, McLendon Log, Low Boy Trailers, Big John Log Trailers, Talbert Trailers, Landoll Trailers, and Kalyn Seibert

Trailers. Pinnacle’s mission is to provide customers with the information and tools to help them be successful in their hauling projects.

Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc. sells, services and repairs stock parts for most over the road trailers. With over 200,000 parts in stock and many additional parts available within a day, Pinnacle’s Service Team has the experience and tools needed to get a trailer back on the road.

Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc. currently operates out of three other locations; Wilmington, North Carolina; Spartanburg, South Carolina; and St. George/Charleston, South Carolina. Each location features service facilities with multiple bays equipped with cranes that span the building. Pinnacle Trailer Sales Inc. has the capability to lift the heaviest of trailers or trailer parts and handle the most complex structural repairs. Pinnacle can efficiently service trailers, minimizing billable hours for their customers.

“We are excited to see what Virginia has to offer and look forward to working with so many new customers,” said a spokesperson for Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc.

Kenny Brown, Spring Hill District Representative for the Campbell County Board of Supervisors stated “We are delighted to have Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc. join the Campbell County community. It is wonderful to see businesses thrive and grow during such uncertain times and Pinnacle is a great example of that determination and sustainability. They will be a welcome addition to Seneca Commerce Park.”

Pinnacle Trailer Sales, Inc. will join two other businesses that currently operate in Seneca Commerce Park. In the last four years, Campbell County has seen an uptick in development. The most recent being the Campbell County Industrial Development Authority’s development of a shell building that is currently occupied by Simplimatic.

For more information, please contact Nina Rezai, Economic Development Manager, (434) 332-9595, or

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