Dragonfly Energy (DFLI) Says Battle Born Batteries Standard on Select ATC RV Models Beginning July 2023
Dragonfly Energy Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: DFLI) (“Dragonfly Energy” or the “Company”), maker of Battle Born Batteries and an industry leader in energy storage, today announced that the Company’s Battle Born Batteries brand of lithium-ion batteries will be standard equipment on two ATC models; the Plā 700 – Travel Trailer Toy Hauler and the Plā 700 – Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler starting with 2024 select models as early as July 2023, and as an optional upgrade for the Plā 350 – Ultra Lite Travel Trailer Toy Hauler. Founded in 1999, ATC’s philosophy of “Designed and Built for Life” guides the company’s efforts to produce products that bring travel solutions and adventure together.
“Continuing to find and work with customers that align with Dragonfly Energy’s core values remains a key focus for our business as we look for increased opportunities to grow our brand,” said Dr. Denis Phares, CEO of Dragonfly Energy. “With several of ATC’s dealers already carrying Battle Born Batteries, as well as the combined focus on delivering a high-quality customer experience and the desire to support how people are adventuring, it just made sense to further develop our partnership with ATC.”
“We’re excited to work with Battle Born Batteries because, like ATC, they’re known for their high quality in the market, which will allow our customers to enjoy their RVs to the fullest extent,” said Jason Schlabach, RV Category Manager of ATC. “Our company works diligently to provide service above all else and we know that is also one of Dragonfly Energy’s core commitments. As we continue to focus on our mission to understand how our customers are using our RVs and to support them over their lifetime, we couldn’t think of a better fit. Together we believe we are poised to provide better, more effective solutions for our customers when and where they want to play and adventure.”
ATC joins a growing list of RV manufacturers which now include Dragonfly Energy’s batteries as standard equipment.