“This alliance will enhance the traveling experience for all RV Care and Priority RV customers,” said Earl Manning, vice president of RV Care.
“More than 154 dealerships in the U.S. and Canada will offer a major selling advantage for the buying customer. No dealer or dealer group in either country can offer this to the RV consumer except RV Care in Canada and Priority RV Network here in America,” said Corey Ruzicka, executive director of Priority RV Network. “We feel this alliance will increase sales for the dealers in both groups.”
Both RV Care and Priority RV Network will continue to operate as separate entities. RV Care currently consists of 60 full-service RV dealerships in the 10 provinces across Canada while Priority RV Network has 94 dealerships in 41 states.
“A lot of Americans visit Canada in their RVs. And a lot of Canadians travel to the US on RV vacations and as snowbirds during the winter. Now, our customers will have peace of mind for service and parts when they travel on both sides of the border,” said Bill Redmond, president of RV Care Network and Bucars RV Centre in Balzac, Alberta, Canada.
The new alliance may also open the door for “exciting new opportunities with industry suppliers,” according to the Priority RV Network.