The North Carolina RV Dealers Association (NCRVDA) is hosting the largest RV show in North Carolina, Jan. 24-26 at the Park Expo and Conference Center in Charlotte.
According to a press release, independent RV dealers will be showcasing over 200 types and brands of RVs. There will also be RV-related products for sale, free campground information and free seminars. The NCRVDA is giving away $100 dollar gas cards every hour, various door prizes and one seven-day Orlando Resort vacation grand prize at the end of the weekend.
“The Charlotte RV show is the best opportunity for consumers to shop for a new RV and RV-related products, services and campgrounds,” said Jeff Haughton, event director at Apple Rock Displays. “With hourly giveaways, free seminars, clowns, face painting, shopping and more, our RV show promises to be entertaining for people of all ages, the best place to shop for an RV and a fun way to plan your next camping adventure.”
The NCRVDA also announced Carolina Chevy Dealers as the “Official Tow Vehicle” sponsor of the Charlotte show. The latest Chevy tow vehicles will be on display and there will be free seminars on matching truck to trailer.
Hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., and Sunday hours are 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The economy may not be what it used to be, but some companies can adapt. Such is the case with the sale of large-ticket items from Country Roads RV Center and Sunset Marine in Lexington, N.C.
As reported by the Lexington Dispatch, the economy is changing business, the two owners would tell anyone. Sales are not what they used to be, and a typical sale four years ago now might be a rarity. But Jeff Zimmerman of Country Roads RV Center and Sammie Bray of Sunset Marine didn’t fight the change, but embraced it, and now both companies are expanding.
Country Roads RV Center officially began in 2007 after separating from the family automotive business. After recreational vehicle sales overtook their vehicle sales at Enterprise Auto Sales, the RV center was located in a small section of the old country store building on Enterprise Road. The building was originally built in the 1940s.
The RV Center has grown three times since the opening, and the Independence Day holiday brought the fourth expansion when the company completed a new 10-bay service facility. This expansion was five times the room they had previously.
“We are now a 10-bay service facility with full retail parts as well. We are the only business to carry a full line of retail parts in the county as well as the only service facility in the county,” Zimmerman said.
But the hardest part for the Zimmerman family is managing the facility’s growth, he said. They started constructing the new facility over a year and a half ago. Zimmerman knew that if the economy ever straightened out, he would be covered up with service work having only a two-bay service garage.
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Multi-location dealer Campers Inn announced that Gary Weber was named the new location manager for the company’s Mocksville, N.C., store. According to a press release, Weber has been a part of the Campers Inn team since February 2012.
Weber is a long-time RV industry veteran of 26 years and his RV experience includes positions with Colonial Airstream, Sunbird RV and Driftwood RV. Weber has worked in all facets of an RV dealership, including sales manager, parts and service manager and finance manager, according to the release.
“I am enthusiastic about upholding Campers Inn’s 45-year tradition of exceeding guest expectations through Campers Inn core values of integrity, teamwork, excellence and corporate sustainability,” Weber said. “I see a lot of potential in the Mocksville location and I am committed to growing our dealership’s stature in the North Carolina market by reaching our sales goals and helping our customers make memories that will last a lifetime.”
Scott Hayden, Campers Inn operations manager, noted, “It’s very satisfying to attract such great as talent Gary Weber. We constantly strive to employ the best professionals in the industry.”
For more information regarding Gary Weber or Campers Inn Mocksville please contact by phone, 574-343-2272, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org