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Meadowcliff RV Resort rebranding as a KOA

(April 23, 2014) -- “We believe that joining forces with KOA is not only a good move for the Meadowcliff brand, but also for our community of local businesses,” said Mary Fesko.

COLEVILLE, Calif. — The Meadowcliff RV Resort is currently in the process of becoming the Coleville/Walker KOA, with an anticipated grand opening scheduled for the end of May.

Tim and Mary Fesko, owners of the Meadowcliff Lodge and RV Resort, have decided to take the RV portion of their resort and join forces with Kampgrounds of America, Inc. Meadowcliff Resort is a five-time award winning resort as designated by GuestReviews.com.

Kampgrounds of America (KOA) is the world’s largest system of privately held campgrounds, with 486 locations across the United States and Canada. Known for its yellow and red logo by families of campers, Kampgrounds of America has become part of the American popular culture, including being featured in the American television series “Undercover Boss” in 2013 the release noted.

The Meadowcliff Lodge will remain independent of the new Coleville/Walker KOA, and will continue to serve itsclient base with the same friendly attention to detail and service that Meadowcliff has become known for worldwide, said Tim Fesko.

“We believe that joining forces with KOA is not only a good move for the Meadowcliff brand, but also for our community of local businesses,” said Mary Fesko. “We look forward to bringing Mono County the attention that only KOA can bring to the campground business and to the eastern Sierra.”

For more information, call 530.495.2255 or e-mail stay@meadowcliff.com.

SOURCE: Meadowcliff RV Resort press release

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