The RV Care Network launched its second national sale of RV parts and supplies this past Friday (June 21) through 45 participating dealerships across Canada. According to a press release, the event continues until July 1 in celebration of Canada Day. The first weekend of the event coincided with St Jean Baptiste Day in Quebec and Discover Day in Newfoundland and Labrador which mark the start of summer in those provinces.
Similar to the event held in May, the sale features a short list of popular products offered at competitive retail prices. Each location adds in-store specials that reflect their local market trends and traditions. National and local advertising of the event help to bring new buyers to the RV Care locations and build awareness of the RV Care brand across the country.
“We don’t have any solid statistics yet, but early feedback and website activity both indicate we’re off to a great start,” said Earl Manning, vice president of RV Care.
The national promotion included a “Door Crasher Special” last Saturday morning which featured four roll packs of RV toilet tissue at below cost. Jeff Stewart, the parts manager at Christie’s RV in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario reported that the “door crasher” helped make it their busiest Saturday all year. Other parts managers have reported stronger than normal traffic as RVers across Canada prepare for their summer vacations.
These national promotions of RV parts and supplies are seen as an important feature and strong benefit of the Canadian dealer network. Working together with partner suppliers, RV Care programs provide strong value for the member dealers and all of their customers – whether they stay close to home or travel with their RV.
The RV Care Network is Canada’s largest network of top independent RV dealerships with locations in all provinces from coast to coast. Through an alliance formed earlier this year with the Priority RV Network in the U.S., RV Care customers can rely on the support of over 160 quality RV dealerships should they need help or simply parts and supplies while traveling in the RV they bought from an RV Care dealership.
For more information please visit www.rvcare.ca.