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Dealers who attend the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.,  generally gave the show high marks, noting that both attendance and the number of exhibitors was up notably after 2009’s recession-stricken gathering.
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  Parts Manager Neva Eads and store owner Doug Johnson are pictured in front of Razorback Camper Sales in Hot Springs, Ark. The dealership draws customers from most of Arkansas and parts of Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.  
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If the measure of a successful dealership was limited to millions in annual sales and a prime location on an Interstate freeway, then Hawleywood RV Ranch would fail to meet that yardstick. However, if longevity and employee retention count for something, then the little dealership just outside of Dodge City, Kan., stands high above many of its peers.
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The New Mexico-based dealership finds success catering to customers looking for mid-range towables, including a sizeable group of younger customers in the military or in construction who use their RVs as temporary housing.

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