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Equal-i-zer Adds Pat Hunt to Sales Team

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Pat Hunt

Equal-i-zer hitch has added Pat Hunt to the RV sales team. Hunt is working with RV dealers in the west and northeast regions.

“I’m excited to have Pat as part of our team here at Equal-i-zer hitch,” said Rich Elliott, VP of sales and marketing. “Pat has 20 years of experience in the RV industry and will be an incredible asset to our company and brand.”

Hunt started in the RV industry at 16 years old as he washed trailers and ran needed errands. He worked his way up the industry and has held many different positions, including managing the service department at Blaine Jensen RV. The store was bought by Camping World and Hunt then had the opportunity to open Camping World of Colorado Springs.

This opening process included hiring, organizing and opening the store up to the public. After time in Colorado Springs, Hunt moved to Utah, where he managed Camping World of Salt Lake City, and from there went to State Trailer in Utah.

He is no stranger when it comes to the Equal-i-zer hitch and through his experience selling the hitch it became the only option he liked to offer customers.

“The Equal-i-zer hitch has always been my favorite hitch,” said Hunt. “It’s the only hitch I had on display in my stores, it’s the only hitch I would sell to our customers. It was never hard to sell the Equal-i-zer hitch, because it’s the obvious option. The hitch is made in America and backed by a great company. I never had to worry about customers coming back to me upset about their purchase. I fully believe in the product.”

With years of experience, Hunt’s advice to Provo, Utah-based Equal-i-zer’s dealers is to sell the hitch with confidence.

“Help your customers understand the value of the product, while knowing this isn’t a product they’ll be calling about with problems six months after their purchase,” he said.

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