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Protective Asset and RVDA celebrate 25 years

Protective Asset and RVDA celebrate 25 years

FAIRFAX, Va. — RVDA and Protective Asset Protection are entering the 25th year of the association’s exclusive endorsement of the XtraRide RV Service Contract Program.

The XtraRide program brings dealers increased profit opportunities while providing quality protection for their customers, a release from RVDA stated. Protective Asset Protection has the ability to underwrite, administer, and market its own service contract programs.

“RVDA is pleased to exclusively endorse a program that provides peace of mind for consumers, dealers, and their employees,” said RVDA President Phil Ingrassia. “The quality of the XtraRide program has stood the test of time because of its outstanding coverages, excellent customer service, strong agent network and its long-term commitment to the RV industry.”

“We are very pleased with our long-term relationship. I sincerely believe it has been beneficial for both parties,” said Bill Koster, vice president – specialty products for Protective Asset Protection.

In addition to its ongoing support of RVDA through the exclusive endorsement, Protective Asset Protection is a leader in continuing education for RV dealers and their employees through partnerships with the RV Dealers International Convention/Expo and the Mike Molino RV Learning Center.

To see a full listing of all RVDA-endorsed products and services, click here.  For more information, visit

SOURCE: RVDA press release

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About Darian Armer

Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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