Richardson’s RV Pledges to Komen Foundation

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October 4, 2013 by   Leave a Comment

Richardson’s RV Centers Inc. announced Oct. 1 that it will donate $100 per every RV sold at their three Calif. dealerships to benefit the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in the Inland Empire.

Richardson’s  locations — in Riverside, Menitee and Temecula — are all located in the Southern California region known as the “Inland Empire” about 50 miles east of Los Angeles.

The dealerships’ owners, Steve and Mark Richardson, are no strangers when it comes to fighting breast cancer. Several family members had breast cancer and they want to help find a cure. The entire Richardson family has also lived in the Inland Empire and is very dedicated to the community.

“We have seen great things the Susan Komen Foundation has done and want to help them win the battle against breast cancer,” said Steve Richardson, company president.

“This could add up to a lot of money for the foundation, because it includes all our RVs, from popup tent trailers to the powerful diesel pushers.”

The dealership will be displaying a full line of RVs at the RVIA’s 61st Annual California RV Show at the Pomona Fairplex Oct. 11-Oct. 20.

Richardson’s RV began in 1981 and is one of the oldest RV dealerships in the Inland Empire. They also have a large service center with more than 18 bays and a parts department to serve RV customers from all over the area.

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