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USA’s Priority RV network and Canada’s RV Care network expand to 194 dealers in North America

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When RV’ers purchase their new or used RV at an RV Care Network or Priority RV Network dealership, they are assured of Emergency Service at one of the 194 dealership locations across North America. — Photo courtesy RV Care Network

It’s been a busy 12 months for the RV Care and Priority RV Networks. RV Care’s Derek Paterson and George Tibbo and Priority’s Corey Ruzicka have been on the road signing new dealers and filling open markets.

The big winner for their hard work is the RV consumer.

When RV’ers purchase their new or used RV at an RV Care Network or Priority RV Network dealership, they are assured of Emergency Service at one of the 194 dealership locations if their vehicle suffers a major breakdown and they are traveling more than 100 miles away from their home. The two groups can boast of having North America’s largest emergency service network.

“No RV group or group of dealers in the two countries can offer what we can -- 194 dealership locations in North America,” said Manning. “With the reciprocal agreement between RV Care and Priority RV, our customers can obtain emergency service from coast-to-coast not only in Canada but also in the United States. It’s a major reason for RVers to buy a new or used RV from an RV Care or Priority RV dealer.”

While wait times in the industry right now for emergency service for transient customers can last for weeks, the RV Care and Priority RV Networks offer the customer the most value in the industry—immediate attention.

“We don’t want one of our transient customers to have to wait a long period of time for emergency service like they might when buying elsewhere or from a third party,” explained Ruzicka. “It’s a great North American Emergency Service Network.”

Both Manning and Ruzicka aren’t taking the summer off.

“Corey is pounding the pavement in the states filling the remaining open markets and visiting their current dealers and so are we up here in Canada. We look forward to reaching the 200 dealer mark,” said Manning.

The Priority RV Network still has a few open markets. If you are an RV dealer who sells and services RVs, and would like to join the Priority RV Network, please contact Corey Ruzicka at [email protected]. Likewise, if you are a supplier and would like to increase your dealer sales in 2018, please contact Corey Ruzicka.

For more information about RV Care Network, please contact Earl Manning at [email protected].

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