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Lazy Days RV Supercenter

Posted by edward mabry on March 05, 1999 at 01:46:40:
         Can anyone recommend a good, honest and low pressure salesman to deal with
         at Lazy Days in Fla? will be visiting there in a few weeks. Many thanks
         

Posted by Barb Hofmeister on March 14, 1999 at 16:47:03:
        In Reply to: lazy days rv center posted by edward mabry on March 05, 1999
         Edward, You won't find a better salesman than Russ Pageler. Tell him we sent
         you. Barb 
 

Posted by Ken Roberts on April 14, 1999 at 00:09:06:
        In Reply to: Re: lazy days rv center posted by Barb Hofmeister on March 14, 1999
         We liked Norm Lower for 2 reasons: 1)he is low pressure personified and 2)
         he is extremely thorough-he knows the importance of crossing t's and dotting i's
         when you are making this kind of investment. 
 

Posted by Woody Webster on April 23, 1999 at 09:27:43:
        In Reply to: Re: lazy days rv center posted by ken roberts on April 14, 1999
         Dan Short worked over the phone with us and eventually saved us $6000.
         Spent all of New Year's day showing us coaches, letting us test drive them and
         generally just being a terrific saleperson. Low pressure, enthusiasm for the
         product, knowledge of the product very personable. Tell him the Webster's
         said hi. 
 

Posted by Maureen on May 05, 1999 at 19:30:45:
        In Reply to: Re: lazy days rv center posted by Woody Webster on April 23, 1999
         I seem to be the only person in the world who had a bad experience with Lazy
         Daze, but we did. In fact, they lied to us and went back on a deal that they had
         already told us was confirmed. They are not located far from us, but we will
         never waste the gas to go to their facility again.