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Fraserway RV Named Blue Ribbon Top 50 RV Dealer in North America

Darpan News Desk, 22 Nov, 2016
  • Fraserway RV Named Blue Ribbon Top 50 RV Dealer in North America
Fraserway RV was recently named amongst the 2016 RVBusiness Top 50 Dealer Awards. Judged independently of sales volume, these awards recognize U.S. and Canadian RV dealerships that live out a commitment to best practices at every professional level.
 
In addition to this award, Fraserway was also recognized as one of five “Blue Ribbon” dealerships in the Top 50 list, an extreme honour for any RV dealership.
 
“Fraserway is very honoured by this award,” says owner James Epp. “Ever since my dad, Erdman, started the company in 1969, he always said, ‘Never satisfied until good is better and better is best.’ That motto has always helped us strive to do the best work we can, so this recognition from the industry is incredibly special to us. There are a number of factors that have contributed to our successes over the years, but I want to specifically acknowledge the many Fraserway employees who have worked hard to earn this recognition.”
 
Dealerships are nominated by RV manufacturers. Nominees are then invited to complete a comprehensive application which describes in depth their approach to customer service and satisfaction, employee training and education, financial planning, property management, charitable giving, marketing and more. The applications are judged by an independent panel of veteran industry experts.
 
Fraserway also won the RVDA of BC 2016 Dealer of the Year Award, which was presented at the 2016 RVDA Annual Meeting in Kelowna, B.C. 
 
Established in 1969, Fraserway RV has grown from a small, local business to become Canada's largest and only national RV dealership network. 

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