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January '18

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98 • RV PRO • January 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T POP DISPLAY FOR GENERATORS Meyer Distributing, Jasper, Ind., and FIRMAN have part- nered together to offer a new store setup promotion based on the three best-selling FIRMAN generators. All of the items below will be combined into one "master pallet" per store. The display rack is being furnished free of charge by FIRMAN. Contact your Meyer Distributing sales representative to order. Details: • Free Silent Salesman display rack for every store • (2) ea. W01781 - 2100/1700W Generator/Inverter • (3) ea. W03083 - 3300/3000W Generator/Inverter • (1) ea. P03608 - 4550/3650W Remote Start Generator • (1) ea. 1005 - Parallel kit (30A/30A for W01781) • (1) ea. 1201 - Parallel kit (50A/30A for W03083 and W01781) • (2) 1002 - Medium Cover - 3000-4000W Generator • (2) 1008 - Small Cover - 1500-2200W Generator www.meyerdistributing.com REPLACEMENT PARTS DISPLAY Icon Technologies, Winkler, Manitoba, Canada, allows dealers to bring awareness of the parts their RV service center or dealership has to offer. Include an effective display in any showroom or retail space showing the dealer- ship can help with ICON replacement parts and accessories. It features hard- to-find parts such as fender skirts, fresh and waste holding tanks, A/C shrouds and skylight domes. • Tri-Panel snaps together in a freestanding triangle • Fender skirt sign hangs easily by one hook • Display RV service center's capability www.icondirect.com CLEAR PACKAGING MUD DAUBER SCREEN Crescit JCJ, New Braunfels, Texas, offers product displays for the screen that protects refriger- ators from mud daubers, wasps, mice, birds, and more. www.mud-dauber.com FIFTH WHEEL HITCH DISPLAY STAND B&W Trailer Hitches, Humboldt, Kan., offers eye-catching display stands for dealers free-of-charge to increase customer interest and sales. www.turnoverball.com

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