BC RV Dealer Mike Rosman RV Sales Celebrates Milestone

A local Kelowna RV area dealership selling new and used travel trailers and other recreational vehicles throughout the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia is celebrating a milestone of 30 years in business. The family owned business has been operating since 1986. Learn more at https://www.rosmanrv.com/

Vernon, Canada - October 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

A Kelowna RV area dealership selling new and used travel trailers and other recreational vehicles throughout Kelowna, Vernon, and all of British Columbia is celebrating being a family owned business in operation since 1986.

Vernon BC: Mike Rosman RV and Jacquelyn Rosman, General Manager, were pleased to announce they’ve been operating in the Kelowna BC area for over three decades. The Kelowna RV area family owned dealership sells new and used travel trailers, fifth wheels, campers, and motorhomes. The firm has two lots to better serve its customers. The north lot, located just out of Vernon, British Columbia offers complete RV service, repair, parts, and accessories for all recreation needs while the south lot offers quality RV sales for both new and used models.

Because Mike Rosman RV Sales lots are long-time RV dealers BC, locals have continually enjoyed taking advantage of the positive reputation of the sales and service personnel. The dealership began in 1986 with a single leased lot, small service shed, and one technician. Today, the firm operates two fully owned lots, six service bays, a large parts department, and employs 26 full-time staff.

“Mike Rosman RV Sales is proud that the company’s growth has been driven by client satisfaction and increasing demand,” stated a spokesperson for the company. “We are also proud of a committed and loyal team of staff, many of whom have been with the firm from its earliest days. Rosman is a family-operated business, which includes Mike Rosman, his wife Dianne, and daughter Jacquelyn.”

The dealership continues to believe strongly in supporting the communities in which it does business. They offer support for various service clubs, sports teams, concerts, fairs, parades, and charities. Rosman RV continues to strive to show the same ongoing commitment to the community that it shows to each of their clients.

Customers can browse the user-friendly website at www.rosmanrv.com to view existing inventory of new or used vehicles. The firm also offers and online catalogue of RV parts.

Contact Info:
Name: Jacquelyn Rosman
Organization: Mike Rosman RV
Address: 6255 British Columbia 97A, Vernon, BC V1H, Canada

For more information, please visit http://www.rosmanrv.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253139

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