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Old 07-31-2007, 07:14 PM   #15
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We were there in November 2006 and could see there was a fair amount of unfinished real estate at Camp WRV. I hope WRV will soon put in an open WiFi network. It not only would be convenient for those there for service, but could serve to encourage participation in irV2.com as well. Thanks for the information.

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Old 08-01-2007, 01:19 AM   #16
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In my opinion, one of the very best things a company dealing with the consuming public can do is to get close to their customers. Having a Campground offering amenities at little or no cost to owners of their products goes a long way to building customer loyalty. It is also an extremely good way to hear from owners on an informal and friendly basis.

Using what they hear will do wonders for them if they plan to stay in business. Catering to people who have good experiences with their products and services is priceless and will pay-off in Spades.

Lastly; if WRV was to make their grounds available for Rallies and invite their suppliers to them, it could be used as a bargaining chip when it comes to negotiating their costs for the products they install on an OEM basis.

A Win-Win-Win all the way around.

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