Monday, October 06, 2008

Turning Wheels takes over Monaco Coach Service Center

Ocala, Fla. -- Turning Wheel Holdings, Inc, one of the largest recreational vehicle dealerships in the Southeast, has reached an agreement with Monaco Coach Corp. to open a service center and dealership at the former Monaco Service Center location in Elkhart, Indiana.

The Turning Wheel RV Center, to be located at 1901 West Hively Street in Elkhart, will be an authorized service and warranty center for all of Monaco Coach Corporation's brands of RVs including Monaco, Holiday Rambler, Beaver, Safari and McKenzie. The dealership will also offer Monaco brand gas and diesel motorhomes for sale.

"We are extremely pleased Turning Wheel RV will continue to provide the expert service our customers are accustomed to," said John Nepute, President of Monaco Coach Corporation. "We were committed to retaining a major service presence in the Midwest, and this service center in Elkhart, Indiana, staffed with experienced and trained technicians, is a vital component of servicing our customers."

"This agreement is an important step for Turning Wheel toward becoming a national provider of RV sales and service capabilities," said Marco Martinez, President of Turning Wheel. "The Monaco product enjoys one of the finest reputations in our industry and we are honored that they have chosen us to assume operation of this facility and service their loyal Midwest customers. As we broaden our platform, having our sales and service capabilities in close proximity offers a clear advantage for customers/RV owners and is the model we will pursue as we continue to grow and expand our business/footprint nationwide."

The Turning Wheel RV Center is headquartered in Ocala, Florida with seven other locations in the Southeastern United States including Mississippi, Alabama, West Virginia and Georgia.
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