Originally Posted by Crabman
INTERNET CERTIFIED JAYCO DEALER
Jayco and your Internet Certified Jayco dealer are dedicated to making your online shopping experience both satisfying and useful. You can expect quick, friendly answers to your questions and a timely response to your requests for a Quote. As part of being an Internet Certified Jayco Dealer, a dealer must be approved by Jayco as:
A professional and ethical Internet consultant
An expert in product knowledge to meet your online expectations
Friendly and flexible with its sales process to help meet your needs
Able to respond via e-mail to your inquiry within 24 hours
Willing to abide by Jayco’s online sales policies and guidelines
Yeah, when I spotted the "Internet Certified" I found this description but it doesn't really say why they're special. In the description I see "friendly" twice plus "expert", "flexible" and "abide by ...". The only hard data I see is that I get a response to my e-mail within 24 hours. They make reference to the "Jayco's online sales policies and guidelines".
"Guidelines" sounds like traffic laws in Europe, more of a suggestion.
I'm just wondering why I care about my TT dealer being "Internet Cert'd", if he's not "friendly, expert, flexible..." he won't see any of my $$$.
On a related note, I notice that Camping World is now a Jayco dealer. I'd thought some but not all were but they all seem to be now.
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