Nigel Donnelly

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COACHMAN CARAVANS HAS added two new dealers to the network as it looks to expand its sales capacity.

Established dealers M & M Leisure (Haverhill) and Tilshead Caravans (Salisbury) have joined the nationwide network for 2012.

Jim Hibbs, Managing Director of Coachman, says “We are delighted to be able to welcome both new dealers, and to extend our network for the coming season. Despite the challenging trading conditions, our revolutionary new models for 2012 are already proving popular with customers.”

COACHMAN CARAVANS HAS added two new dealers to the network as it looks to expand its sales capacity.

Established dealers M & M Leisure (Haverhill) and Tilshead Caravans (Salisbury) have joined the nationwide network for 2012.
 
Jim Hibbs, Managing Director of Coachman, says “We are delighted to be able to welcome both new dealers, and to extend our network for the coming season. Despite the challenging trading conditions, our revolutionary new models for 2012 are already proving popular with customers.”
 

Good time to add Coachman

With three of the four Coachman ranges undergoing radical changes for the 2012 season, James Redshaw of Tilshead Caravans, explains it is a great time to take the upmarket Coachman franchise.

'We always aim to provide customers with top quality caravans, and the 2012 range from Coachman fits that brief perfectly. The new caravans look great, inside and out, and we look forward to a successful 2012 season in partnership with Coachman'
 
Graham Bashford, of M & M Leisure agrees, saying that taking on Coachman improves the choice for customers.
 
'We chose Coachman to give our customers more choice, and to provide a selection of luxury caravans from a manufacturer with a proven track record of providing quality products to the market.'

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