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Dealers in Northwest enjoy big sales boost with June RV shows

RV Dealers in Oregon and Idaho enjoyed huge success with two dealer-hosted shows held in early June. Both were staged with the hands-on assistance of D.P. Ball Advertising & Marketing. 

Dealers involved in the 2nd Annual RV Expo, held June 3-11 at Greyhound Park in Post Falls, Idaho, were delighted with customer response, selling 55 units in 10 days.

RV dealers in Portland and the surrounding area who participated in the 11th Annual RV Super Sale, held at Volcanoes Stadium near Salem, Oregon, June 9-1l2, also experienced huge customer traffic counts and multiple sales during the event. “Everyone was happy with the event and wants to do another one next year,” said one dealer.

Dealers at these shows facilitated their own locations and contracted with D.P. Ball to orchestrate the entire marketing, advertising and promotional aspects of the events, enabling them to realize considerable savings by dispensing with the services of a show promoter.

“Instead of paying thousands each to a promoter, these savvy RV dealers shared the cost of the facility rental, paying only a small creative fee to our agency to handle marketing and advertising. Since we’ve been working exclusively with RV dealerships for over 26 years now, we know exactly what media to use and how to get the best value possible,” explained Dan Ball, president of D.P Ball.

For more information, contact Dan Ball at 440-285-8164.

SOURCE: D.P. Ball Advertising & Marketing press release

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  1. Nice to hear!

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