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Heartland Honors Texas Dealer Explore USA

May 23, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

(L-R) Heartland regional managers Don Bloom and Mike Aplin, Explore USA CEO Scott Chaney and Sean Chaney, Explore USA corporate marketing manager

(L-R) Explore USA regional manager Don Bloom, Mike Aplin, Heartland regional manager, Explore USA CEO Scott Chaney and Sean Chaney, Explore USA corporate marketing manager

Explore USA RV Supercenter, a Texas-based dealer with eight locations, recently was named the No. 1 dealer nationally for Heartland Recreational Vehicle’s line of Cyclone toy haulers.

Heartland Regional Manager Mike Aplin marked the milestone by presenting a plaque to Scott Chaney, Explore USA CEO, during an event at the dealer’s headquarters in Plano, Texas.

“Explore USA has been an outstanding partner for Heartland over the last six years with our Cyclone brand,” said Coley Brady, vice president of sales. “They have consistently been our top-rated dealer nationally, recognizing the great value, overall quality and compelling features in the Cyclone.”

Brady noted that Cyclone was ranked as the top-selling toy hauler by Statistical Surveys Inc. through March, due to the “outstanding efforts of premier dealers like Explore USA.”

“We are very excited and honored to be the No. 1 Cyclone dealer,” said Chaney. “Our customers love the Cyclone product and we share their passion while we sell it. Rest assured we’ll work hard to maintain that honor during 2012.”

Heartland recently added a new 3800 Cyclone fifth-wheel, equipped with a triple-slide floorplan and the “best living space of any toy hauler on the market,” according to Brady.

In addition, he noted, selected models in Heartland’s Cyclone franchise feature the company’s exclusive Titanium Technology. The aerodynamic cab-over design, acquired by Heartland from now-defunct Canadian builder Glendale International Corp., offers more living space than comparably sized fifth-wheels in a shorter overall towing length because of the patented use of space over the cab normally wasted.

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