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Sierra RV didn’t become Utah’s largest family owned dealership and one of the state’s largest retailers of aftermarket parts and accessories by chance: It was several specific actions taken by the dealership that have earned it those notable distinctions.    
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As in years past, there will be a changing of the guard among the RV Dealers Association Board of Directors when the group meets in Las Vegas this month in conjunction the RVDA Convention & Expo.
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With the emergence of new, hands-free laws and legislation sweeping the nation, Bluetooth technology is likely to become a necessity for the roaming RV community.
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The dealership in Fort Worth, Texas, secures profits in finance and insurance simply by taking the time to explain available options to customers and working hard to keep financing in-house.
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After a much-publicized split with Camping World, dealer Tom Stinnett found himself in early 2008 with nearly 14,000 square feet of vacant retail space in his dealership and some big questions about what to do next. Major distributors came calling, offering to load the business up with parts and accessories.
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