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58 • RV PRO • MAY 2016 rv-pro.com trying to find this place. We've been over- coming objections from a lot of people frus- trated when they walk in the door because they couldn't find us. So I really can't wait until we get across the street. We will be on the main street and on the corner. For this dealership, it was a different approach at the beginning, but the owner is doing it right now in our new location. We're hoping to be open by May." The changes brought on by the new facility will be significant and much appre- ciated. There will be more vans, easier access for customers and the dealership will be easy to find on a corner of one of Las Vegas' busiest streets. From about 50 RVs, Wagon Trail will have more than 100 on the lot. There will be a small showroom, but the rest of the units will be outside, each with its own space and its own electric hookup. The small showroom also will contain a couple of vans. "We're going to have two buildings with the smaller showroom, but what is really nice is that all of the units outside are going to be plugged in – all on their own elec- tricity. During the summer, when it is really hot in Las Vegas, we will be able to run all of our air conditioners independently and not have a problem with breakers or anything like that," Chelist says. A separate service building will have Wagon Trail RV owner Phil Rizzio (right) and John Chelist, the dealership's general manager, are pictured in a warehouse that serves as the indoor showroom of the Las Vegas-based dealership. The business specializes in retailing Class B and B+ motorhomes. DEALER PROFILE

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