Flyte Camp

Crown Wave Replaces Ladders and Scaffolding to Boost Safety and Productivity

Eliminate the Ups and Downs of Ladders and Work Platforms

Increase Safety

The Wave allows for maximized safety when working at various heights around vehicles by eliminating the instability of ladders and temporary work platforms.

Reduce Fatigue

Employees are able to maintain stamina throughout long hours by the Wave’s ability to easily position workers and their equipment where they need to be and move efficiently around vehicles as a project progresses without having to climb up and down.

Maximize Productivity

The versatility of the Wave has helped Flyte Camp run a smooth operation by eliminating downtime that occurred as scaffolding and ladders were repositioned around vehicles.

“I can’t imagine doing this job here without the Wave. We use it in so many different applications. It’s an incredible product to have. The only thing I would change here at the shop with the Wave is getting another one!”

Justin Scribner

Owner – Flyte Camp

Flyte Camp Owner


Flyte Camp, located in Bend, OR, is a vintage travel trailer restoration and custom renovation shop. Since its establishment in 2010, owners Justin and Anna Scribner have expanded the company’s project to include the television series, Flippin’ RVs, for the Great American Country network and have recently filmed a new series for the Travel Channel titled Beachin’ RVs. Turning their passion into reality, Justin and Anna have also developed their own line of vintage-inspired travel trailers, the Flyte Camp Neutron.



With multiple projects moving through a variety of workstations throughout the restoration facility, space is often at a premium. Working at height alongside each vehicle for hours at a time is crucial to completing the restoration or manufacturing process. Climbing up and down scaffolding and ladders all day long with all of the necessary tools and equipment creates worker fatigue and potential safety issues. Constantly moving scaffolding and ladders around each vehicle as the work progresses wastes valuable production time and risks damage to irreplaceable restoration projects.


For the Flyte Camp team, their work is a labor of love and they welcome the opportunity to focus on their craft. With Crown’s Wave Work Assist Vehicle they can maneuver safely and efficiently around each vehicle and within their facility, eliminating the inefficiencies and safety risks of ladders and scaffolding. The Wave helps them maximize productivity, enabling workers to optimally position themselves and their tools to work at height for hours at a time without interruption. Eliminating the instability of ladders and temporary work platforms has dramatically decreased the risk of injury while avoiding frequent trips up and down ladders has reduced worker fatigue and improved productivity and worker satisfaction.