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LAS VEGAS – Texas and Oklahoma may be bitter rivals on the football field, but when a Texan handed the reins of the RV Dealers Association over to an Oklahoman on Wednesday at Caesar’s Palace, there were more hugs and friendly banter than blocks and tackles.
Bruce Marsh of Cape Breton Trailer Sales was presented with the prestigious 2019 Canadian RV Dealer of the Year Award Wednesday at the RVDA of Canada’s Annual Meeting held at the RV Dealers Convention/Expo in Las Vegas.
As Camping World Holdings pivots away from outdoor retail and as the RV market continues to sputter, the Lincolnshire, Ill.-based company sees the sale of used RVs as a logical path forward for the business, according to Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis.
Bouma will discuss how the RV Trader survey findings and industry insights can help dealers take advantage of the growing popularity of RV rentals at 2 p.m. today at the RV Dealers Association Expo in Las Vegas.
The Washington state dealership has thrived for more than two decades – overcoming literal and proverbial storms along the way – thanks in part to its large and well-run parts and service operations, as well as its strong company culture.
Certified technicians and fixed operations employees were recently recognized for their commitment to professionalism during a reception held by the Society of Certified RV Professionals during the RV Dealer Association’s annual convention.
Although the company has been around for 53 years, the comparatively recent growth came from values founded by Ben Hirsch’s grandfather. Today, the company has 27 locations and will continue growing with dealers that share those values.