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RV Care launches RV Care Approved program

RV Care launches RV Care Approved program

LANGLEY, B.C. — RV Care, Canada’s largest RV dealer network, is introducing a new supplier‐Approved program to be known as “RV Care Approved.”

The network has finalized its first RV Care Approved program with Boss Technology, a Canadian company based in Saint‐Hyacinthe, Quebec, that has been a long time manufacturer and supplier of RV and marine cleaning, maintenance and septic tank chemicals and cleaning accessories.

RV Care has developed “best in class” supplier partner programs for its 59 dealerships located across Canada. Leveraging collective support from the group is the driving factor behind the success of these programs for the suppliers, dealerships and customers.

“The RV Care Approved program brings together a recognized quality product or service with the recognized brand of the RV Care Network of dealers. The approval and co‐branding of the product provides added confidence for consumers,” said Derek Paterson, business development manager at RV Care.

All products are labeled with the RV Care Approved seal. Building consumer confidence with a consistent quality product message, a recognized brand and the support of Canada’s largest RV dealer network is the key function of the RV Care Approved program.

“Having the opportunity to work with RV Care and their dealer network extends our national platform and provides us with added support in our commitment to manufacturing quality environmentally
conscious products,” said Sylvain Masson, vice president of sales and marketing at Boss Technology.

RV Care Approved products are available at participating RV Care stores across Canada.

For more information, visit www.rvcare.ca and follow RV Care on Facebook.

SOURCE: RV Care press release

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