Looking forward to 2014 an Even Year!
I truly wish everyone that reads this, A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I do hope that the Holidays are great with the gathering of family and friends. May the New Year bring prosperity to this great Nation and those that support Her!
2013 Has been a great year for B Young RV and the employees’ of our company that will start it’s 5 year in business. I have been blessed to work for B Young RV from the first couple of months of being of being open. It is great to work for a company that truly cares about their employees, for the second year in a row Bruce Young and his business partner Mark Bretz have given to every employee with profit sharing checks at a time of the year that everyone can use it. It is blessing to all that receive that never expected it!
The November 2013 Metro RV Show was an outstanding show with the selling of every Tiffin Allegro Open Road Motorhome. I would have to say it was a wild time at the show. One of my new customers came to the show while heading out of town to Montana. They just had to see and touch the new Tiffin Open Road 36LA they had heard so much about. Words as they were leaving “we will be back, we are buying that coach.” They did come back the following week and buy a Tiffin Allegro Open Road 36LA like we had at the show in Maroon Coral exterior, though they had to do a factory order. The Tiffin Allegro Bus 45LP, didn’t last long either at the show, as neighbors’ to the north of CONUS came to the show and bought it… I can only say it was a recorded show for B YOUNG RV!
If I haven’t said it before, it is true that everyone can camp year round in Oregon. RVing is a year round event in Oregon. Do you remember how the weather was in Portland Metro area of Oregon during Thanksgiving this year? Well we pulled our motorhome out of storage at Portland Luxury RV & Boat Storage in Milwaukie, Oregon on the Monday before Thanksgiving. I had told PLRB, that I would not be using it until January! “Hmm!” Dawn said to me at PLRB! Head out on Tuesday in the Heavy Fog on I-5. We took the cutoff to Drain and Reedsport with the fog trying to lift in the coastal mountains, once we hit the turn off to Loon Lake on the Umpqua Highway the blue sky emerged. From what I understand the fog never lifted in Portland during the time we were gone. The weather was great and the temperature was around 50-55 degrees on the Oregon Coast. Fish & Chips at Bedrocks on the wharf at Winchester Bay, Oregon and the cook did disclose where he had harvest the nice Roosevelt Bull that hangs in hangs in the back dining area. . . Classified!
Remember that you are family and can stop by anytime! Coffee, Cookie and RV’s Always!
GOD BLESS AMERICA!