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SylvanSport adds two new dealers to its network

SylvanSport adds two new dealers to its network

BREVARD, N.C. — Two new Midwestern dealers have added the SylvanSport GO to their inventory lines, the company announced today. The dealerships are Airstream of Chicago in Naperville, Ill., and Byerly RV Center in Eureka, Mo.

This year, SylvanSport is particularly focused on extending into the western half of the United States, said Vice President of Sales Earl B. Hunter, who noted he is continuing his search for excellent dealers in the Midwest and western part of the country.

“By expanding our network of dealers across the United States, we are getting the GO out to more and more people,” Hunter explained. “The GO becomes more accessible and easier to witness its quality, unique features and value first hand. It’s all about driving the business.”

Airstream of Chicago, an affiliate of US Adventure RV, is an award-winning dealership specializing in new and used RV sales, rentals, consignments, service and body repair serving the greater Chicago area including Milwaukee, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan and Missouri. The dealership is located at 9740 S. Route 59 in Naperville, Ill.

Byerly RV Center, which is located at 295 E. 5th Street in Eureka, Mo., has been serving customers since 1948 as an RV dealer in the St. Louis area.

“Only three months in and 2017 is already shaping up to be an incredible year for SylvanSport,” said Hunter. “With new launches planned, markets to be opened and a new factory in the works, it is going to be an exciting year.”

SOURCE: SylvanSport press release

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