The LeBlanc family first started doing business in Rayne, Louisiana in 1919. Lynn LeBlanc opened a livery stable selling horses and mules after returning from WWI. Lynn's son, Larry, began selling horse trailers in 1967. Larry and his wife Clara, along with their family, grew the business from just horse trailers to add utility trailers, cargo trailers, gooseneck floats, cattle trailers, and parts.
In 1990, Larry and Clara's youngest son David took over as president and general manager. Adding many valued employees over the years, LeBlanc's has become known as the go-to trailer dealership for quality trailers of all types, a full line of parts, and the best repair service and customizers of trailers in the south.
The LeBlanc family now has the fourth generation working in the family business, keeping the core values of their Catholic faith at the center of their business. They are striving to serve their customers with a fair price, excellent service, and best employees the trailer industry has to offer.