Glen Ellyn, Ill.-based American Guardian Warranty Services Inc., a leading provider of extended repair protection for auto and recreational vehicle dealers, announced its nationwide release of USA Travel Care 2012.
“USA Travel Care has been one of American Guardian’s most profitable and successful programs for over a decade,” said Jon A. Anderson, senior vice president of sales and marketing, in a press release. “The 2012 product nationwide release just builds on that track record with additional value, protection and profitability.”
Anderson said that USA Travel Care continues to offer multiple levels of coverage including “Platinum” exclusionary coverage. “We now offer an unlimited mileage motorhome option – the ability to cover a motorhome or towable up to 21 years old, with benefits like unlimited towing, flexible deductibles and our A Rated customer service and insurance rating,” he said. “It’s no secret why five of the top ten RV dealers in the country do business with American Guardian and USA Travel Care.”
For more information contact Jon A. Anderson at American Guardian Warranty Services at 1-800-579-2233 ext. 4123 or email@example.com.
Systems 2000, American Guardian Warranty Services, RV America and RV123.com announced the winners of the free-to-play blackjack tournament hosted at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, Ky., during last week’s National RV Trade Show. The annual tournament took place Nov. 29 following trade show festivities.
According to a press release, the tournament consisted of two 45-minute rounds. Participants started with $10,000 in poker chips and at the end of each round, the person with the most chips won $1,000 in cash.
Helen Zag from Greeneway RV in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., won in the first round after earning $497,000 in chips, according to Systems 2000. Dave Maloney from Maloney’s RV in Paradise, Newfoundland, Canada, won the second round after earning a record-breaking $1.2 million in chips.
More than $1,000 in cash prizes were given out in raffle drawings throughout the night, according to sponsors.
American Guardian Warranty Services Inc., a leading provider of extended repair protection for auto and RV dealers and marketers across the U.S. and Canada, recently announced the release of its dealer commission advance program.
According to a press release, dealers can receive advanced commissions up front when they contract with American Guardian (AG) to offer the Glen Ellyn, Ill.-based company’s extended protection products.
Eligible products Include: vehicle service contracts, GAP, appearance protection products, tire and wheel protection, bi-weekly payment plans and roadside assistance plans.
“The addition of the AG funding program for dealers is another way that we are looking to support our dealership partners in growing their business profitability,” said Jon A. Anderson, senior vice president of marketing and sales. “Our products and services have provided that since 1998. Now we can partner with the dealership with cash up front.”
For more information contact American Guardian Warranty Services at 1-800-579-2233 ext. 4123 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sonny Rone, the owner of Sonny’s RV in Evansville, Wyo., was the second round winner of the Systems 2000 Blackjack Tournament held Dec. 2 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Louisville, Ky. The annual tournament was held during the National RV Trade Show.
As Carl Sconnely, president of Systems 2000, awarded the prize of $1,000 cash, Rone made the decision to donate the money directly to the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) Education Foundation to help the RV industry.
“I have known Sonny and done business with him for almost a decade; he has always been a great businessman and a class act,” said Sconnely.
The tournament was co-sponsored by American Guardian Warranty Services and hosted more than 100 RV dealers. The first round $1,000 cash winner was Chasity Hamond of TC’s RV’s St Albans, Vt., who during the tournament had the opportunity to split five hands of aces and win all five of those hands with perfect 21s!
There were also $500 in American Express gift cards and cash given out as door prizes in a raffle held throughout the night.