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Dealers Turning Pacific Coachworks’ Panther

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July 12, 2011 by   1 Comment

Riverside, Calif.-based towable builder Pacific Coachworks Inc. reported initial sales of its recently introduced Panther series of premium travel trailers.

According to a press release, Baird Family RV in Irvine, Calif., and Tip’s RV in Layton, Utah, have retailed their first Panther trailers “despite just receiving them at their respective dealerships.”

“The positive response for Pacific Coachworks’ all-new products from dealers as well as retail consumers have been very exciting,” said Jeff Daily, general manager for Pacific Coachworks. “However, we know that we must remain open to suggestion as we rely heavily upon the dealers and their customers for feedback or suggestions as to how we may continually improve as a company.

“With the help of the dealer network we expect tremendous growth for Pacific Coachworks as we continue our quest to becoming the fastest growing RV manufacturer in the Southwest.”

Panther sales representatives Bobby Combs and Ernie Kish are working the territory and, according to the company, “are actively seeking the proper Panther representation in each market while responding to the several inquires that they have received regarding the new products.”

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One Response to “Dealers Turning Pacific Coachworks’ Panther”

  1. Stuart on September 23rd, 2012 8:29 pm

    I bought a 2010 Tango from Meridian RV in BC and two years later my floor is rotting out the trailer has a water leak and the dealer tells me that Pacific Coachworks has gone out of business and it is not coverd under warranty, is this true. Am I screwed?

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