According to Jim Walters, president of La Mesa RV, “with our continued selling pace, we are having to take aggressive measures to assure that we are able to align the needs of our customers with their service expectations. We want our customers to be completely satisfied with their experience at La Mesa RV and that includes being able to have their RV serviced with qualified personnel in a timely manner.” Walters declined to indicate how long the billboard would be in place but suggested it would be determined on the level of new hires that the company is able to acquire.
Yvette Broderick, director of human resources for the company, said the dealership chain has a number of openings for qualified personnel “not only in our San Diego store but as well as in all of our 10 other stores across the country.” Broderick said the company’s website, www.lamesarv.com had a full listing of all current openings and encouraged anyone interested to explore the site further.
La Mesa RV was started in 1972 in a suburb of San Diego known as La Mesa, Calif. Today, the company has grown to 11 locations across the country in four states including the corporate headquarters and sales facility in San Diego. Additional sales and service points for the company include Davis, Calif., Yuma, Tucson, Phoenix, Mesa and Quartzsite, Ariz.; Albuquerque, N. M.; Sanford, Port Saint Lucie and Fort Myers, Fla.
Today La Mesa RV said it is known for being one of the top RV dealers of Winnebago, Tiffin, and Heartland, as well as the premier dealer in the country of late-model, low-mileage, high-quality pre-owned motorhomes. The company strives to offer customers an “everyday low price,” giving them no need to wait for a sale on the perfect RV for their lifestyle.
Additional information about the company, product offerings, locations and job openings may be found online at lamesarv.com.