La Mesa RV Now Hiring During Anticipated Expansion

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San Diego, California, August 20, 2012 – La Mesa RV is rapidly gearing up for the winter RVing season with immediate plans to hire over 140 full-time employees across its stores in California, Florida and Arizona.  Positions are currently available for service advisors, RV service technicians, parts and sales.

Jim Walters, President of La Mesa RV commented, “We’ve seen an upturn in our business.  Our goal is to provide each of our customers with an extraordinary sales and service experience and to achieve that goal, we must find additional employees to fill a variety of positions.  In addition, we have some expansion plans underway and we need to fill positions so that those employees can be fully trained prior to new stores opening.”

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Staying Cool in Your RV

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Keeping cool in your RV

Suffering through the hot summer months in your new RV can be painful, but don’t let that prevent you from enjoying your summer.  Those who RV in Arizona, Florida and other hot places know how hot it can get.  But with the right preparation, you’ll be cooling down in no time.  Here are a few tips for beating the heat in your RV.

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Warrior Foundation Travels to Sturgis in La Mesa RV Motorhomes

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The Marines pose outside their La Mesa RV motorhome,
on their way to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Five Marines at the Warrior Foundation that were wounded in action have come together to build a custom motorcycle, as a way to break away from their daily recovery routine.  After all their hard work and dedication, they’re now off to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota to tell their story.

La Mesa RV has been a proud sponsor of Warrior Foundation in the past, and we are thrilled to be doing what we can to help these warriors accomplish their dreams.  This week they’ll be traveling in style in RVs provided by La Mesa RV exclusively for the Warrior Foundation – a Coachmen Freelander motorhome and a Work and Play toy hauler for the bike.

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