Supporting the needs of the community during the COVID-19 crisis, Fresno-based RV Country is providing a motorhome as a rest and meeting location for frontline health-care workers at Kaweah Delta Medical Center in Visalia, Calif.
RV Country has donated the use of a 37-foot-long, fully outfitted THOR Challenger motorhome as a place to rest and meet for nurses, doctors and assistants. Located outside the testing area, the RV comfortably seats six and has the capacity to serve as a command center in an emergency.
“Our team now has a place outside the hospital for our team to rest and meet as they work extremely long days,” said Dru Quesnoy, director of marketing for Kaweah Delta Health Care District. “RV Country reached out to us and we’re excited and appreciative for their support during these challenging times.”
“We have been serving the Fresno area for 59 years, and we’re proud to support the needs of our health-care community and their patients during this unique crisis,” said RV Country President Curt Curtis. “We will all work together to overcome this, and we will all emerge stronger.”
Curtis said the hospital may use the RV for as long as necessary.
RV Country’s flagship sales and service center is located at 3633 S. Maple Avenue in Fresno, Calif. Founded in 1961, RV Country owns and operates ten dealerships in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.