Pik-A-Dilly Newsletter- September 2013
Intro/Letter From the Editor – Ryan Main – General Manager
As the kids settle into their school routines, and parents settle into the quiet around the house during the day, I am left to realize that the summer is pretty much behind us. That being said, your opportunity to pick up the RV floor plan that you may have had your eye on this year just got a whole lot better….
When this newsletter reaches your inbox, I will be at the manufacturer’s open house event in Indiana lining up the deals on our products for next year, and in my absence your license to buy at ridiculous pricing is active. Dave’s contribution will outline the deal a little better but we will basically be opening up our entire inventory to a ‘Make Us An Offer’ event. You tell us what you want to pay for the trailer on the lot you have your eyes on, and we’ll make a deal!! Easy as that (granted, we won’t be selling RV’s for well wishes or taking your kids on trade). Make sure to check out the website for the suggested retail pricing and call, click or stop in to make your offer.
Also for your benefit, I have unearthed some remaining 3-day, 2-night Las Vegas trips that we haven’t given away yet and they need to have a home. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts for details on how to score yourself a trip this fall with no catches!!
For those of you who are set on making your new RV deal at the spring show and sale, rest assured that David and I will be negotiating hard for every last penny to pass the savings on to you.
If you’re at that point in your camping year where it’s time to close things down for another off-season, be sure to book your winterizing early. We’re also taking winter bookings for any MPI, warranty, or insurance work that needs to get done. The earlier it’s booked the further ahead of next spring it’s finished. Call today and/or see the service contribution below for any details.
As always, any questions, suggestions, or comments can be passed on to either myself at email@example.com, or to Todd (the guy who puts this newsletter together) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sales Department- Dave Shepherd
Usually when you go to buy, the dealer sets the price and you decide to buy or not. We are turning the tables. You get to set the price you want to pay and then we have to make a decision. ‘Make Us An Offer’
September is the time the manufacturers display the new models and make changes for the upcoming year. To take best advantage of the volume purchases we need to move all in stock inventory now plus we still have a few 2013 models and discontinued floor plans that have to go. ‘Make Us An Offer’
If the family has outgrown you current trailer or it is time for a change – we’ll take your trade. ‘Make Us An Offer’
If we have a floor plan you like, ‘Make Us An Offer’.
Do you have a budget? We can match payments to fit any budget. ‘Make Us An Offer’
For anyone looking for a specific floor plan and we have it in stock, or if you are just wanting to change for change sake, now is the time. The savings will never be better.
Parts Department – Brianne Fulmore
There is a National RV Winterizing Event on at all RV Care dealers, including us here at Pik-A-Dilly. In addition to saving on winterizing through November there will also be great deals on RV Covers. SAVE on the top selling Adco Dupont Tyvek Designer Series covers for your RV Starting at $250.
For more information including a contest to win free winterizing and more visit http://www.rvcare.ca/sale.shtml
In addition to those deals, here are some reasons why one should use RV antifreeze when prepping your unit for the winter:
RV Antifreeze is non toxic
Contains no salt,so will not cause lines to rust/corrode
Ready to use, no need to mix first
Safe for the plastic water lines in your RV
Good for up to -50C
Less likes to leave water in any of the lines, compared to blowing out the lines
Gives you piece of mind
Recipe of the Month – Pumpkin Bread
Source: Sheri Denney
4 egg yolks
1 cup oil
2/3 cup water
1 (15 oz) can pumpkin puree
3 cups sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon nutmeg
2 teaspoon baking soda
3 1/2 cups flour
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix egg yolks, water, oil, and pumpkin puree.
Add sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, baking soda, and flour and mix well.
Pour into three medium loaf pans that have been sprayed with cooking spray. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes. Don’t overcook. Wrap in saran wrap while warm.