When was Winnebago Industries incorporated?
Winnebago Industries was incorporated under the laws of the state of Iowa on February 12, 1958, and adopted its present name on February 28, 1961.
Where is Winnebago Industries' stock traded?
Winnebago Industries' common stock is traded under the symbol "WGO" on the New York and Chicago Stock Exchanges.
When was Winnebago Industries first traded?
Winnebago Industries' first public offering was on January 24, 1966 at $12.50 per share and the Company was listed on the NYSE on September 9, 1970.
Has Winnebago Industries' stock ever split?
|June 17, 1966 - 2 for 1 split|
|December 14, 1966 - 5 for 1 split|
|September 16, 1967 - 2 for 1 split|
|May 27, 1968 - 2 for 1 split|
|May 27, 1969 - 2 for 1 split|
|September 13, 1971 - 2 for 1 split|
|June 7, 1972 - 2 for 1 split|
|March 5, 2004 - 2 for 1 split|
Does Winnebago Industries pay a cash dividend?
Winnebago Industries’ currently pays a quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per share.
How can I purchase shares in Winnebago Industries?
You can purchase Winnebago Industries' common stock through any registered broker.
Does Winnebago Industries offer a dividend reinvestment plan?
Winnebago Industries does not offer any direct dividend reinvestment plan.
Who do I contact regarding lost stock certificates or change of address?
|Our transfer agent is Wells Fargo Shareowner Services|
|1-800-468-9716, 651-450-4064 or|
When does Winnebago Industries' fiscal year end?
The last Saturday in August.
Is it true that Winnebago Industries has the single largest motor home manufacturing facility in the world?
Yes. Winnebago Industries has approximately 2.7 million square feet of production and warehouse space under roof; of which over 2 million is situated at the Company's main manufacturing complex in Forest City, Iowa. Comprised of 18 separate facilities, this complex is approximately 200 acres, not including parking facilities outside the grounds. In addition to the Forest City complex, Winnebago Industries also has motor home and/or component production facilities in Charles City, Iowa and Middlebury, Indiana.