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Podcast 199 features Creative RV

Podcast 199 features Creative RV

This week we’re going to shift gears a bit and talk about an RV dealership. We haven’t featured an RV dealership for quite a while and someone suggested we talk to the folks at Creative RV.

This is a relatively new group of dealerships that arrived on the scene in 2016. The company specializes in buses and has sales outlets and repair facilities scattered around the nation. The company leveraged all these locations to enter the RV market a few years ago.

We’ll be talking to Sean Connolly, the director of sales for Creative RV, who will describe the concept behind Creative RV and, especially, their idea for no-hassle RV sales and transparent pricing.

A lot of RV dealers and even some buyers like the negotiation game and the back and forth discussion to get the be pricing possible. But a lot of other people would rather not play that game and just know the best price upfront without having to beat dealers up with prices offered by other dealers around the country.

The company has exclusively partnered with Forest River to carry a variety of their brands. However, the dealership has partnered with other large corporations, like Bass Pro Shops.

Headquartered in California, Connolly describes the effort Creative RV takes to ensure that it doesn’t have orphan owners who own RVs without the ability to get service and support whenever and wherever they need it.

To learn more about Creative RV, it’s mission and locations, be sure to check out their website at www.creativerv.com. The firm is opening new locations soon in Pittsburgh and Colorado.

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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