Kingston, NH — Campers Inn RV, the nation’s largest family operated RV dealership, is moving ahead in its plans to expand its network of dealerships along the I-95 corridor. The company is pleased to announce that Campers Inn RV of Raleigh will be opening for the summer season, and this location is situated along Interstate 95 in Selma, North Carolina. IIn addition, the company is currently seeking other opportunities along I-95 in the region.
“The market along I-95 in Virginia and North Carolina has great potential, and we see tremendous growth opportunity along this corridor,” said Ben Hirsch, Chief Operating Officer of Campers Inn RV. “Just as we have in our other markets, we will provide greater choice to the customer in order to become the RVers trusted resource in this region.”
Campers Inn RV Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Hirsch stated, “When we were purchasing the Clem’s dealerships, we were initially unsure of the long-term potential of the Fredericksburg location due to the capabilities of the facility. However, we were delighted to see the overall reception of the marketplace. We see growing within this market as key to continuing to serve our customer base as they travel the eastern seaboard.”
Campers Inn RV of Raleigh will be under the direction of Alan Good, Campers Inn’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, and Jon Cooper will be the location’s General Sales Manager. “This is an exciting time for Campers Inn RV,” said Good. “We are glad to have Jon leading the team at this new store, and the Raleigh location will not only serve Eastern North Carolina, but well into Virginia and South Carolina. Campers Inn RV in the Mid-Atlantic will continue to grow and be the region’s premier dealership.”
Headquartered in Kingston, New Hampshire, Campers Inn RV was recently selected as one of the RVBusiness Magazine’s Top 50 Dealers in North America and honored as the winner of the 2014 Innovation Award. For more information about Campers Inn RV, visit www.CampersInn.com, Like Campers Inn RV on Facebook or Follow @CampersInnRV on Twitter.