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Old 12-20-2008, 04:54 PM   #1
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

RV Park Now Open at Brazelís

Dec 12, 2008, CENTRALIA, WA -- Brazelís RV Performance Center, a full service, one stop facility for motor coaches and trucks, has announced its 20 site RV Park is now open adjacent to their service facility. The Brazelís RV Park provides excellent convenience for customers servicing their RVs, while offering the general public a clean, modern park to enjoy in Centralia, Washington. The park is centrally located off Interstate 5 between Seattle and Portland (exit 88 or 83), situated between beaches and the beautiful Cascade Mountains.

Brazelís RV Park offers a large number of full services:
ē 20 paved sites that include 12 pull-throughs
ē 50/30 Amp service
ē Water hook-ups
ē Centrally located sewer dump
ē WiFi Internet connection
ē Dedicated staff to assist you
ē 24/7 on-site security

RVers may conveniently make one phone call to Brazelís RV Performance Center to obtain an appointment for service and/or performance work, while reserving accommodations at the Brazelís RV Park. There is a discounted rate of $20 per night for customers staying at the RV Park when service is being performed, and a rate of $25 per night for the general public. A special discounted rate of $150 per week (tax included) has been set up for RVers who would like to stay for longer periods of time.

Brazelís RV Performance Center is also providing an enticing offer for customers. Presently, customers who purchase four Koni FSD shocks will receive a free nightís stay at Brazelís RV Park. While service on their vehicles is being performed, customers can relax in Brazelís large customer lounge, offering satellite television, WiFi Internet access, free phone use, coffee, product displays, and a flat screen Dyno monitor to see their coach being run through its paces.

The Brazelís RV Park is in an excellent location, being in close proximity to many local attractions including the Centralia Factory Outlet Mall, Lucky Eagle Casino, and the Great Wolf Lodge and Water Park. Brazelís RV Park has already successfully hosted its first major rally in the short time the park has been open. The NWTFC Rally was a great success in this new facility as the Rally Master and Wagonmaster commented: ďÖYou guys did an outstanding job. We appreciate all of the great food and service that you provided to those desiring such. You have a great facility as well as an exceptional park.Ē Another rally couple said, ďThank you for a very awesome rally, your hospitality, your facility and your team of professionalsÖthe greatestÖKeep up the good work!Ē Brazelís RV Park welcomes all groups for rallies, events, and shows.

RVers may contact the RV Park Manager, Kathy Bronzini, by calling 1-877-786-1576 (during business hours) or 360-388-5881 (after hours). Kathyís email is kathy@brazelsrv.com. Brazelís RV Performance Center is a Premier Workhorse Chassis Service Center for the Western U.S. and also handles all extended warranted agreements. Brazelís RV Performance Center and the RV Park are located at 3912 Harrison Ave, Centralia, WA 98531. If you would like to learn more about Brazelís RV Performance Center, please refer to their web site at Brazelsrv.com.

CONTACT: Mike Bronzini Ė General Manager
Toll Free: 1-877-786-1576 or email at: mike@brazelsrv.com

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Old 12-21-2008, 04:45 AM   #2
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This sounds so good it might be worth the drive from PA just to enjoy it. If the is good trout fishing near by I would want to stay for a month.
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This sounds so good it might be worth the drive from PA just to enjoy it. If the is good trout fishing near by I would want to stay for a month.
FLYTYER, Guaranteed that Jon will go and find you an excellent fishin' hole up there in Centralia. It comes with their "free" concierge service!
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Here's a couple of photo's at Brazel's new CG

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We stayed there 3/26 while waiting to have our Air Force One brake system installed. A nice quiet little park. We were worried at first since there were RR tracks right next to the park but it must be a spur since we had no trains all night. No sewer hookup but there is a dump station. Sites have 50 amp hookup and water.
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we stayed 4 nights to support Brazels because they support our alpenlite travel club with information and a lunch at our springfest in Lacy wash.
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