Posted by wisbaker on October 12, 2012 at 22:43:06 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: tractor ride posted by d17man on October 12, 2012 at 21:48:29:
It's especially sad when Deere & Company has a wide line of products and could redefine some of their Dealers and allow them to continue on in another form. I worked for a Recreational Vehicle Dealer about 27 years ago. They were the 3rd company to sign on as a Holiday Rambler dealer, but lost the franchise about two years before I went to work for them. The reason was my employer wasn't big enough and didn't want to carry and inventory one of each of their models. They were with Holiday Rambler for 30 years and never inventoried motor homes, they did sell a few customer ordered units over the years and we provided coach only service to HRC and other motor homes. The man that owned the business didn't want to expand the shop and his labor force enough to service motor coach drivelines and wasn't comfortable selling units that he couldn't fully service. A year later Holiday Rambler was sold to Harley Davidson and about 10 years later it was sold again to Monoco Coach that eventually went bankrupt with the assets later acquired by Navistar. My employer was handling some other brands of trailers and only lasted a few more years before they sold out to a competitor that was had picked up the HRC franchise
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