Purchasing A New RV?

 

Which RV Is Right For You?

Sometimes there are just too many choices when deciding what RV to buy. Motor home, Fifth Wheel, Travel Trailer, Camper and the list goes on. Then you have to decide what manufacturer will fit the bill and after that, how much can you afford!

Below is an opportunity for you to join a webcast to help you make the right decision. Mr. Cooper is one of the most knowledgeable persons I know when it comes to buying, fixing, maintaining, and caring for an RV. Make sure to join this webcast! In addition, if you are considering buying a used RV, please make sure you have it inspected first before purchasing. Just like a home inspection when you buy a house. For more information on RV inspections, please visit http://www.rvinspection.com or send us an email.

Thursday, March 31 at 7 pm CT/8 pm ET

So many choices! What are the pros and cons of each?  Buying an RV is not an easy decision for anyone to make! It requires time and — above all — information so you can make an educated evaluation of the options which will lead to a decision that you will be happy with down the road. A BIG part of your future satisfaction will be whether you can properly take care of the unit you buy. We’ll give an overview of general maintenance for your home away from home!  Attend this informational webinar with Terry Cooper, the Texas RV Professor, as he shares his expertise with future RV buyers and fellow RV owners. Your time invested with Cooper will return dividends to your future RVing success.

Click this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8152328237635846916

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