Sharp increases in demand have encouraged National RV Supply (NRVS) to expand its product offering by nearly 60% since announcing its program for independent dealers earlier this year, according to press release.
NRVS, a subsidiary of Camping World Inc., has added brands and expanded offerings in towing and air conditioning categories with several brands, including Curt and Advent. The move extends the company’s range of products available from key vendors like Camco Manufacturing Inc., Cequent Performance products, Valterra and Thetford/Norcold, and from leading vendors of towing, roofing, electronics, and sanitation products. National RV Supply will also be incorporating the repair parts programs and web-based lookup tools developed by the recently acquired Lightning RV Supply operations across the country, as part of the expanded National RV Supply offering.
“While our initial thoughts when we launched NRVS were to offer a more limited product range, dealers have convinced us to expand that range dramatically, and we expect the expansion to continue,” says Johnny Sirpilla, president of National RV Supply.
Additional vendor and product additions will be announced to dealers in the coming months.
“Our goal is to provide the customer with what they need, when they need it, at fantastic prices,” says Sirpilla.
The dealer portal, which can be viewed at www.NationalRVSupply.com, is only available to RV dealers, campgrounds and RV service centers that have established a wholesale account with National RV Supply.
Camco Mfg. Co., a leading manufacturer of products for the RV, residential, automotive and marine industries, was named one of Business North Carolina magazine’s Top 100 privately held companies for the fourth consecutive year. The Greensboro, N.C., company moved to number 77 in the rankings, a jump of eight places from its position last year on the list.
The revenue-based rankings are compiled by accounting firm Grant Thornton.
Camco was founded in 1966 by Donald Caine to produce non-toxic freshwater antifreeze. The company has grown from a single employee to more than 250 workers and produces upwards of 3,000 products at manufacturing facilities in Greensboro, Elkhart, Ind., Portland, Ore., and Boston.