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Old 07-27-2013, 09:52 AM   #29
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CW or Camping World is just like any other business. They will always try to get the most they can for what they sell. I think that is called, Business." We as consumers don't have to buy. We can shop at stores or on-line. That is our choice as consumers. If a CW is to high tell them when you leave their store(s). Often times we are just shopping and perhaps not looking for anything special but just looking at stuff to make our camping adventure more enjoyable. Sometimes we need something and can't wait. So we either buy at their higher prices or find it somewhere else.

In regards to their service, well that's another story. Each CW has a GM (General Manager). I know one personally and he is working at having his new store the best service center for CW in the country. I hope he does because he will be our go to guy if we need work on our new coach.

If your service work is not to your liking go up the ladder and make your complaints. Because this is an open market the bad ones may not survive.


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Old 07-27-2013, 09:53 AM   #30
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I have to agree on this one. I priced out a vacuum part for our Thetford toilet and they were 30 dollars more and would have taken a 2-3 weeks. I called the other store and they could have it the next day for 10 bucks cheaper and they thru in the toilet flange in the deal. MH toilet repaired and no leaks
Back in business just in time for another weekend outing
Just to clarify; CW was 30 for the vacuum part 15 for the flange 45 bucks more plus delivery charge
"the other store" was a independent MH dealer (with some beautiful new MH too boot) &
I am located almost between the 2 stores around 30 - 40 miles RT. Of course it has gone the other way also.
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