We all want a deal. From the young guy buying his first camper shell to the retired couple buying a 40 foot rolling home -- we all want a deal. But what does this really mean?
Does it mean that the best deal is one where the customer spends the absolute least amount of money he can? Is the best deal the one where the customer compromises what he really wants so he can get something else for a couple thousand dollars less? Is the best deal one where the customer sacrifices quality in order to save a few bucks? I guess it all depends on your own definition of a good deal.
Let me venture forth a definition that I think works pretty well: the best deal is the one in which the customer gets exactly the fifthwheel he wants while getting the most value for his dollar.
In order to pass on the very best value in 4 seasons fifthwheels, designed to meet the rigors of full timing, we use a unique way to control costs. We simply eliminate many normal big costs experienced by stocking dealers. Stocking dealers need to pay big rent, pay big sales commissions and pay big bank finance interest charges on a large stock of product. AND our customers normally save big freight charges by checking out and picking up their new Americana model, at our upfitting center, near the factory in Indiana.