(Sept. 14, 2011) -- Can you provide top customer care while juggling 40-45 open ROs daily in Northern California's premier service department that is tracking $2.5 million in service sales? Lots of customer follow up a must.Read More »
(Sept. 14, 2011) -- Ron Potts RV in Johnstown, Ohio, seeks a master certified technician. Would prefer someone with 5 years experience or more. Knowledge of generators, diesel engines, air conditioning, hot water heater, etc., is helpful.Read More »
(Sept. 13, 2011) -- South Florida Dealer seeks experienced RV technicians to expand service department. It's a wonderful opportunity to work in a family dealership located in Southeast Florida.Read More »
An article appearing in the Knoxville News Sentinel this weekend caught my attention because the CEO of one of America's largest truck stops was objecting to the commercialization of Interstate rest areas.
James Haslam, CEO of Pilot Flying J, noted, "While at first glance this may seem like an easy way for state DOTs to generate revenue, the fact is it will devastate private businesses like mine that for the last 50 years have operated under the current law and established locations at the highway exits. The advantageous location of state-owned commercial rest areas establishes virtual monopolies on the sale of commercial services to highway travelers."
He's right.Read More »
(Sept. 2, 2011) -- Long-time established RV dealer seeking experienced service manager for location on the outskirts of Houston, Texas. Friendly work environment and outstanding pay plan.Read More »
Canadian Government Mexico Travel Advisory – Is this simply fear mongering or a responsible response?
Thank you for taking the time to meet with me earlier this spring, a meeting I requested to discuss your government's travel advisory regarding Mexico and the adverse impact this is having on RV tourism, particularly on Baja California. Please know this travel advisory is having a devastating effect on the people and economy of Baja, particularly those who rely on RV tourism, such as RV parks, campgrounds, tour and guide companies, restaurants, vendors and many other stakeholders.
We also believe the Canadian government should also be responsible. Please know we abhor violence wherever it occurs. All the death, murder and mayhem happening across North America is sad, tragic and heartbreaking for sure, particularly for the families that have to pick up the pieces and try to carry on. However, given the realities of the level of violence in both Canada and the United States, we believe it is fundamentally unfair and irresponsible to characterize Mexico as a particularly dangerous country to visit.Read More »
As the owner of an RV dealership in Augusta, Maine, I am not sure how aware the Elkhart Chamber of Commerce is that most of the major RV manufacturers will be hosting open houses in Elkhart and the surrounding area from Sept. 19 to 23. This would be a perfect opportunity for the chamber to be involved with organizing this event. It could be as little as publishing a map to each event, providing guests with a list of restaurants in the area, or even developing a smart phone app with the same information and more.Read More »
Unexpected service situations can be frustrating. But Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation (FCCC) offers tips to ensure that their customers will have a smoothe experience when navigating through support.Read More »
Trade Shows and conventions often bring new ideas and energy to your business.
One of the things that separates the best retailers from the pack is they are always on the hunt for ways to improve. Trade Shows and conventions are a great place for business leaders to hunt for those ideas. With both the NATDA convention and the RVDA convention right around the corner, we thought this would be a good time to review why you should take some time away from your business to work on your business by attending these industry events.
Each trade show offers an opportunity for discovery, education and community.Read More »
(Aug. 26, 2011) -- RV General Store has an immediate opening for a certified RV technician who will also serve as shop foreman for its Norman location. The company also has a position for a certified tech in its Oklahoma City location.Read More »
Wasn't it just a year ago that Elkhart was still being touted as the poster child for America's economic woes?
President Obama and his minions made multiple trips to the Elkhart area to assure workers there that he was "focused like a laser" on creating jobs and turning the economy around. As we wait for his economic programs to bring the promised results, I noticed the president hit the campaign trail in style this week. He has started touring the country asking to be re-elected while traveling in a $1.1 million RV that was manufactured in Canada.Read More »
(Aug. 15, 2011) -- Roy Jones is looking for a GM/GSM job. I am a strong leader. I can hire and train, and best of all, I can close. I can inspire a dealership to greatness from the front end to the backend. I can bring you back to to the top, cut cost and raise profits.Read More »
(Aug. 10, 2011) -- Giant Recreation World, central Florida’s No. 1 RV Dealer Network since 1976, is looking for experienced sales professionals with strong closing skills to become part of its continued growth.Read More »
(Aug. 5, 2011) -- Ideally someone with advanced diagnostic and repair skills for RV coach systems, generators and coach body repairs or someone who is passionate about fixing mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and maintenance problems would be ideal.Read More »