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Meyer Distributing announces RV vendor of the year

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing is proud to announce Roadmaster as its RV Vendor of the Year.

“We have a strong partnership with Roadmaster as we share many of the same core values,” says Jason Lents, RV/towing sales manager at Meyer. “Roadmaster is a family owned company that we have been working with since 2015 and we would like to congratulate their staff on winning this award. Their commitment to high quality products and superior customer service is very important to us at Meyer as we want to ensure our dealers and their customers have the best possible experience. We really like the fact that Roadmaster doesn’t outsource their products as they are designed, engineered and produced at their facilities in Vancouver, Washington. We enjoy working with Roadmaster and look forward to continuing that relationship for many years to come.”

“The team at Meyer have embraced Roadmaster and have really worked hard to promote the brand, to continue to push Roadmaster as the premium line in the industry,” said Eric Jason, national sales manager for Roadmaster Inc. “We were proud to accept this award, but Meyer should be equally proud of what they have accomplished. Their sales force consistently demonstrates that Made in the USA still means something.”

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release


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