I had a very, very good experience with RVD. They are very responsive to both price and technical questions. The person I worked with was returning a massive amount of emails to me on days she was off. I am the person who likes to spend my money locally with businesses just for the personable service. So we were looking for a 334RBTS and went to our local Jayco dealer who would not budge on the price which I thought was odd given the econnomic climate, especially selling RV's!! Contacted RVD who came back with a price of $8,000 cheaper for a rig actually that had about $1,000 more options on it so we were saving $9,000. The local dealer said go ahead and buy it from RVD, we aren't selling the coach at that price. So I said well can we at least talk about me supporting local business, etc, response was we sell at MSRP or we wont sell. Ok??? Jayco I hope you are reading this about one of your dealers in Pa.
I happen to work in sales for a global manufacturer, covering (9) dealers in 10 states selling very expensive products, so I think I know a thing or two about sales. Obviously the local dealer makes money on preying on customers who simply don't know any better and write the check. I work too hard for my money, went with RVD where I was treated like royalty by a person I never met or ever will meet in person. Who cares that I had to drive 5 hour to Albany NY to pick it up, I saved $8,000. Now I take it back to my local dealer who just had to do warranty work on it! Of course I made sure the RVD decals are very obvious.