Our Guiding Principles and Heritage
The values that our founders imparted upon us are the same values that will guide us always.
We are committed to conducting all activities and interactions with our customers, employees, suppliers, and dealer partners according to the following principles:Courtesy | Fairness | Honesty | Integrity | Morality | Reasonableness | Reliability
Newmar is a company built around the Christian faith, specifically the beginning of the Mennonite faith in 1525 under the guidance of Ulrich Zwingli, and the founding of the Amish fellowship under Jacob Amman in 1693.
Today, there are a number of theological tenets that distinguish the Amish and Mennonites, including:
A Christian nonconformity, exemplified by an outward separation from the world, such as choosing to avoid modern amenities for personal use.
Membership in the church and a declaration of one’s faith on a voluntary basis as an adult. This declaration signifies a devotion to Christ and the principles found in the Bible.
The pervasiveness of the Bible. Both Amish and Mennonites adhere to simple obedience to the Scriptures and avoid liturgical ritual in their worship.
A strong sense of community, which means helping one’s neighbors, worshipping together and bearing the burdens of others.
Forgiveness towards others. Peace with one’s neighbors, whether down the road or across the oceans, is the preferred approach.
The separation of church and state.
At Newmar, we believe that a motor coach is more than just a vehicle, it’s a passport to countless hours of fun and a lifelong memories taken from quality time spent with family and friends.
For over 50 years, we’ve applied our principles to the creation of motor coaches that have allowed people all over the world to live the RV lifestyle. And we’ll continue to so for countless generations to come. It’s why we take pride in every rivet, weld, and mechanical function.
The Newmar difference is more than mere words