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Old 10-15-2007, 11:23 AM   #1
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I'm so glad to see a good Alpine Dealer on the East Coast.I currently own a Country Coach and intend on trading on an Alpine. I have been to Keystone Rv and personally have worked with Ron and what a pleasure, both his knowledge and genuine concern for my needs and wants was like no other sales person we have ever delt with! If you are looking to buy a new rv and want a salesperson who will truely help you give him a call. On the other note I look forward to meeting you all at a future rally in a New Alpine.
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I'm so glad to see a good Alpine Dealer on the East Coast.I currently own a Country Coach and intend on trading on an Alpine. I have been to Keystone Rv and personally have worked with Ron and what a pleasure, both his knowledge and genuine concern for my needs and wants was like no other sales person we have ever delt with! If you are looking to buy a new rv and want a salesperson who will truely help you give him a call. On the other note I look forward to meeting you all at a future rally in a New Alpine.
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Old 10-15-2007, 12:47 PM   #3
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Yes, it is indeed nice to have an Alpine dealer (service?) on the East Coast.

May I ask just where are they located? East Coast is pretty stretched out.

Thanks for the info.

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Old 10-15-2007, 12:53 PM   #4
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Old 10-15-2007, 03:07 PM   #5
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To the Eastern folks it is in Greencastle, PA which is truly in the middle of nowhere. I hear good things about Keystone RV and Ron so the distance is a bit far but if people are dependable and he can get Alpine to perform there duties I am all for it. Alpine desperately needs a good dealer in the east and Ron certainly seems to push that in everyway. Let's hope it works out. Our choice of next motorhome will be based on the forums feed back on service. The 2005 that we have, Alpine, WRV, whatever have taken extremely good care of us.
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Thanks for the good comments.I don't know about middle of no where but for sure small town living on your way to some where.
But yes we do have a full service department with 12 bays. As far as I go I am very sincere about being here for you with anything I can doto help just let me know. Thanks again Ron
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Yes we did its a front door triple slide color is Milan.
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