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Top Airstream dealers in Canada awarded

An Airstream trailer for sale at Traveland Leisure Vehicles in Airdrie, AB.
Traveland Leisure Vehicles in Airdrie, AB was named one of the top dealers in Canada. — Photo courtesy Traveland RV

Airstream has announced its top dealer rankings based on retail units sold between May 2017 and May 2018. The awards were announced at the company’s annual national dealer meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Airstream Adventures Northwest, with locations near Portland, Seattle, Boise and San Francisco, was named the top Airstream dealer group for the second consecutive year. Airstream Adventures Northwest is a dedicated Airstream-exclusive dealer group, known for its exceptional sales support and customer service. Top Canadian dealers included Ontario’s Can-Am RV Centre and Traveland Leisure Vehicles in Airdrie, AB, along with Airstream of Montreal.

“Our success in the industry and rise in quarterly consumer ratings and responses can be attributed to our professional dealer network and their laser-focus on outstanding customer experiences,” said Bob Wheeler, Airstream president and CEO. “We could not be prouder to bestow these awards of excellence and congratulate all of these dealers on a job well done.”

Top Canadian travel trailer dealer and Service Excellence award

  • Can-Am RV Centre – London, ON

Top Canadian Touring Coach dealer:

  • Traveland Leisure Vehicles – Airdrie, AB

Top Canadian Basecamp dealer:

  • Airstream of Montreal – Terrebonne, QC

“Our top dealers performance over the past year has been exceptional,” said Lenny Razo, vice president of sales for Airstream. “It takes a lot to earn these honors, and we’d like to thank each dealer team for their tremendous effort and hard work.”

 

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