Rob Ganley
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MARQUIS DURHAM HOSTED its first North East Leisure Show from 16-17 March 2013, and was delighted with the turn out and its sales success.

The Durham site is the newest branch in the multi-site caravan and motorhome dealership’s network: Marquis expanded to the north east last year with the acquisition of the former Brownhills motorhome centre at Birtley in County Durham. It re-opened as Marquis Durham in September.

MARQUIS DURHAM HOSTED its first North East Leisure Show from 16-17 March 2013, and was delighted with the turn out and its sales success.

The Durham site is the newest branch in the multi-site caravan and motorhome dealership’s network: Marquis expanded to the north east last year with the acquisition of the former Brownhills motorhome centre at Birtley in County Durham. It re-opened as Marquis Durham in September.

Marquis is best known as a motorhome retailer across its 10-strong network, and this year celebrates its 40th anniversary as a dealer.

 

But more recently, the firm has also developed a strong reputation for its mainstream and special edition tourers, with Marquis Durham now its fourth site selling caravans.

It offers a full range of new tourers – including the AS models, the Lifestyle (based on the Sprite line up) and the Majestic (based on the Elddis Xplore range), and more recently Coachman, Buccaneer and Elddis Affinity – as well as a selection of pre-owned vans.

 

It prides itself on offering every used van sold with a full three year warranty as standard.

 

The Durham site follows in the footsteps of Marquis’s Northampton, Lancashire & Sussex sites in selling caravans as well as motorhomes. Call Marquis Durham on 0191 492 2480, or visit their website.

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