With today’s RV’s having so many options and features combined with the standard build of plumbing, electrical, and mechanical all in one vehicle. It is no surprise that breakdowns and repairs are not a matter of if, but when. That is where Wholesale Warranties comes in with multi-level customer-direct warranty packages. There is a level of protection for everyone and you may be surprised of how easy it is to get coverage for your RV even if it’s an oldie but goodie. Shannon from Wholesale Warranties talks with us today about the beginnings of the company, why customer direct is so important for the consumer, and just how easy it is to have work done all across the country and be covered for it. We hope you enjoy this episode and find it as informational and helpful as we did. We would like to thank Battle Born Batteries for sponsoring this episode. Battle Born Batteries are the best name in the RV and Marine Industry. These lithium batteries are designed and assembled in the USA backed by a 10 year warranty. The best solution for your battery anxiety, so go check them out. If you are interested in sponsorship for the podcast email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We have several packages available. We hope you enjoy this episode and ask if you could leave a rating or review, this helps rank our show and allows it to reach a larger audience. Take care everyone and safe travels!! Be sure to check us out on Instagram to stay up to date on upcoming episodes and a chance to submit questions to be asked on air. https://www.instagram.com/beyondthewheelpodcast/ The post Ep. 13 Wholesale Warranties appeared first on Beyond The Wheel.
This week's RV Miles covers lots of tips and trips for folks that are new to the outdoor lifestyle — how to visit a National Park or other public lands for the first time. Then we talk with Staci Ritchie-Roman from Wholesale Warranties about the ins and outs of extended RV warranties. You're going to want to bookmark this one! We also have lots of news and the answer to last week's brain teaser!
hey guys! Back from podcast hiatus. Today's episode is with Jeff Shelton, CEO of Wholesale Warranties. In this episode we talk about how to deal with negative reviews, avoid toxic customers and how Jeff built one of the largest RV warranty companies in the US. Connect with Jeff here.
Is your dream to take off or retire in a motorhome, RV, 5th wheel or travel trailer? Jeff Shelton, the CEO of Wholesale Warranties joins KYD to answer your 5 biggest RV warranty questions. Jeff explains the types of RV warranties, what to avoid and some insider tips to help you protect your dream! Check out the full description, pictures and show notes here. Join the KYD email list for travel ideas and even more inspiring stories. How about sharing KYD with your friends! Copy the iTunes or Android link below and text the link to a friend so they can Subscribe! iTunes: http://bit.ly/kydit Android: http://bit.ly/stitcr Let’s get social: Click here to follow us on Instragram Follow-us on Facebook
For most, an RV is the second biggest purchase they will ever make, next to their sticks and bricks house. So having a warranty to cover major repairs is an important consideration when purchasing an RV. But what happens when the manufacturer’s warranty runs out, or, worse yet, as happened to one major RV manufacturer this year, the company suddenly goes bankrupt and shuts down. What then? In this week’s podcast, we’ll talk about purchasing an extended warranty for your RV to provide peace of mind and Independent coverage regardless of when the manufacturer’s warranty or the warranties on major appliances expires. We’ll talk about how much an extended warranty costs, what it covers, what it doesn’t and whether it makes sense for you. That’s coming up in our interview of the week. But also this week, RV news of the week, lots of listener questions and a fascinating off the beaten path report from the Burketts. But first, my lifelong traveling companion and my bride… Jennifer. Show Notes for Episode #241 May 8,2019 of The RV Podcast: WHAT MIKE AND JENNIFER ARE UP TO THIS WEEK MIKE We are very excited to announce the release of the latest in our Seven Day Adventure Guides for RVers... this one for Colorado. We know many of you are planning your summer travels and we wanted to get this one out to provide a handy resource for RVing across one of the most spectacular places on earth. You can learn more about this special ebook and be among the first to get it at https://rvlfestyle.com/colorado Here's a link to a promotional video we did about it - https://youtu.be/N3dZT3KtyLo JENNIFER We’re getting ready to hit the road, heading this week to Holland, Michigan, where the community holds a huge festival every spring celebrating Tulip Time. There are parades, concerts, wooden shoe dancing demonstrations and lots of cultural activities by the descendants of the Dutch immigrants who settled this Western Michigan town on the shores of Lake Michigan. But the main focus of the festival are the flowers. Holland boasts over 5 million tulips, all bursting forth in a dazzling display of color, pretty much peaking right now. Tulips are located in City parks, at public attractions, and along City streets. It’s quite the sight and we’ll be camping there Thursday through Sunday and, naturally, we’ll have a video. We can’t wait to head out. RV LIFESTYLE NEWS OF THE WEEK MIKE Canada says you can smoke pot at campsites, while Florida sells booze in some state parks Things change and may never be quite the same in some campgrounds. Let’s start Up North: With recreational marijuana use now legal throughout Canada, Parks Canada is working to get the word out this camping season that smoking marijuana is now perfectly fine at campsites. But smoking at beaches, trails and other common areas it is not. We have no comment. Now let’s go down south, to Florida. There, the state is now selling beer and wine in 32 of its 175 state parks in an attempt to raise more money to pay for the parks. “I think it’s a sign of the times,” said Don Philpott, secretary of the Wekiva Wilderness Trust and former executive director of the Florida State Parks Foundation. “We are not unique in Florida. I visit parks all over the country, and increasingly alcohol is being permitted.” Florida officials say rangers have recently been trained to spot tipsy visitors. Anyone caught drunk will be asked to leave the park. Again, we have no comment. We’re just reporting the news here. JENNIFER Authorities are searching for the owner of an off leash dog which killed endangered seal in a California national seashore People sometimes complain about strict laws that require dogs to always be on a leash in national and state parks and often limit the areas they can visit. Most pet owners are responsible. But there are those who are not and a case in point happened in California last week that demonstrated just why those restrictions are needed.
Interview: Our guest today Stacy, Marketing Director for Wholesale Warranties Quartzsite, Arizona Join our rally http://rvcaravanwithus.com Technology products for your RV http://travelingrobert.com/technorv Some of my gear on Amazon Apparel https://teespring.com/stores/travelingrobert Good Sam: http://travelingrobert.com/goodsam Original music soundtrack and other merch available at http://freeinmyrv.comThe post Living the RV Dream Episode 94 – Should I Purchase an Extended Warranty? appeared first on Traveling Robert.