Rising from the ashes like a phoenix, Fresco, California-based RV Country’s service facility will soon be back in business. The dealer group is preparing to open a new service center in place of one destroyed in a fire in 2018. The fire reportedly caused $3 million in damage to the facility, but fortunately no injuries were sustained. Re-opening festivities are schedule for later this month.
The new facility, located at 3633 S. Maple Avenue in Fresco, features expanded facilities. RV Country’s service center includes more than 50 service bays, a new building for detailing, a large-chassis shop with new equipment and a paint shop.
“Following the fire, we quickly reorganized our workspace while the remainder of the old facility was demolished for the new construction,” RV Country Vice President and Director of Operations Charlie Power said. “It was challenging for both our customers and our staff, and we’re grateful for their patience, support and hard work.”
The new service center is a factory-authorized warranty location for every brand category the company sells, ranging from type A and C motorhomes to fifth wheels, travel trailers and toy haulers.
Additional certified and master technicians are being hired to accommodate the expanded operations and services.
RV Country’s motorhome lines in Fresno include Tiffin, Entegra Coach, Holiday Rambler and Thor Motor Coach. The dealerships current towable lines include Grand Design, Jayco, Prime Time, Little Guy, Taxa and Retro.
Founded in 1961, RV Country owns and operates ten dealerships in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. For more information about RV Country, click here or contact the RV Country Service Center in Fresno at (559) 486-1000.