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LUNAR CARAVANS has made it easier for potential customers to find where specific demonstrator caravans are located.

Accessed via the right-hand panel on the Lunar homepage, the 'Find A Demonstrator' tab allows the user to search for up to three vans they're interested in.

The results will then list the dealerships nearest to the searcher's location – they can choose from eight UK regions – that has demonstrator vans on the forecourt.

LUNAR CARAVANS has made it easier for potential customers to find where specific demonstrator caravans are located.

 

Accessed via the right-hand panel on the Lunar homepage, the 'Find A Demonstrator' tab allows the user to search for up to three vans they're interested in.

 

The results will then list the dealerships nearest to the searcher's location – they can choose from eight UK regions – that has demonstrator vans on the forecourt.

 

“The ‘Find a Demonstrator’ facility is a valuable addition to our website,” said Martin Henderson, Lunar's Sales and Marketing Director.

 

“We believe both our customers and our retailers will really welcome this new service as it drastically reduces the legwork of searching for demonstrator models.”

 

This new service has been designed as part of a strategy to improve the way that customers find and learn about Lunar caravans.

 

‘Find a Demonstrator’ enables customers to see whether their chosen models are either available to view on the forecourt, or are arriving soon.

 

Click here to try it out.

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