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SylvanSport adds new dealers in South Carolina and Tennessee

SylvanSport adds new dealers in South Carolina and Tennessee

BREVARD, N.C. —  SylvanSport, manufacturer of the GO Camping Trailer, is excited to announce the opening of two new southern US dealers: Buddy Gregg RV of Kodak, Tennessee, and Bob Ledford’s Adventure Motor Homes in Greer, South Carolina.

“Both locations are just minutes away from great mountain biking, paddling, hiking and camping” said Kyle Mundt, vice president of marketing at SylvanSport. “We have seen the active, outdoor enthusiasts of the region embrace the GO for years and we’re certain Buddy Gregg RV and Bob Ledford’s Adventure Motor Homes will be perfect for us here. The fact that they both carry lines of Class B vans is even better. GO is the ultimate gear, boat and bike carrying towable – freeing up space inside the Class B while traveling and providing a spacious and comfortable guest bedroom… for a great camping experience” continued Mundt.

Located just 15 minutes west of Knoxville, Buddy Gregg RV is ideally located for relaxing mountain and lakeside camping trips. Bob Ledford’s Adventure Motor Homes is conveniently based just a few miles south of the Greenville – Spartanburg International Airport, just a short drive from beautiful downtown Greenville and the base of the Blue Ridge mountains.

To see a complete list of SylvanSport Dealers, check out: sylvansport.com/go/dealers/

SOURCE: SylvanSport press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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