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Arrow Distributing hires new sales representative

(Jan. 5, 2014) -- “Traveling in my RV is my favorite hobby and a true passion of mine,” said Percival. “I look forward to joining the Arrow Distributing team and meeting all the wonderful customers Arrow currently services as well as new customers.”

OMAHA, Neb. — Arrow Distributing today announced the hiring of Paul Percival who will represent Arrow across Oklahoma and Arkansas. He started Jan. 1.

Raised in southwest Missouri and born into the RV lifestyle, Percival has camped all over Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma.  He has been an RV owner for more than 20 years and gone through several different models along the way.

“Traveling in my RV is my favorite hobby and a true passion of mine,” said Percival. “I look forward to joining the Arrow Distributing team and meeting all the wonderful customers Arrow currently services as well as new customers.”

In 2009 he merged his passion with his carrier when he went to work at Lee’s RV in Oklahoma City.  In 2012 Camping World purchased Lee’s RV where he continued to work as their Internet sales manager.

“We are very eager to get Paul on the road and servicing our customers.  This is a great time of year for Paul to spend some time with dealers and discuss opportunities for the upcoming season,” said Andy Mullin, vice president of sales for Arrow Distributing.

Arrow Distributing is an RV parts and accessories distributor with nine fully stocked warehouses.  Arrow will host their annual show Jan. 28 and 29 at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi, Miss.

SOURCE: Arrow Distributing press release

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