Pleasure-Way Earns RVDA 2015 Quality Circle Award

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-based Pleasure-Way Industries will receive the Quality Circle Award for 2015 from the Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) on November 30, in Louisville, Kentucky, just prior to the opening of the 2015 National RV Trade Show.

2015-DSI-logoThis year’s survey was primarily focused on product quality, warranty, and parts support.

Pleasure-Way placed in the top five percent of the motorized industry and received marks well above the 80 percent qualifying percentage.

“We sincerely appreciate all the effort our dealer partners put forth. We take care to find and maintain an excellent dealer network. We believe this prestigious award speaks volumes for us as a company. We are proud to be regarded so highly in our field. This award reinforces our core company values of hard work, superior quality, excellence in manufacturing, and top-notch customer service,” stated Dean Rumpel, CEO of Pleasure-Way Industries.

“Without the commitment of our valuable and skilled employees, who really are the cornerstone of our company, we wouldn’t be able to achieve our goals of producing only the highest quality motorhomes.”

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Pleasure-Way Industries Ltd.

With a dealership network of over 60 dealers in North America, Pleasure-Way Industries Ltd. is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

This family-owned and operated company began manufacturing Class B van motorhomes 25 years ago and has grown into the second largest Class B motorhome manufacturer in North America. Pleasure-Way Industries believes in a customer first and foremost approach combined with an old-fashioned work ethic.

Pleasure-Way is the recipient of the Recreational Vehicle Dealer Association Quality Circle Award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Pleasure-Way Plateau XLTDAddress: 302 Portage Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7J 4C6

Phone: (306) 934-6578 or (800) 364-0189 (toll free)

Website: www.pleasureway.com

Worth Pondering…

The man who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The man who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been.”

—Alan Ashley-Pitt

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