Bush RV Center, Wilmington, Ohio, relocated to a new 54,000-square-foot dealership on Interstate 71 in late June.
The 36-acre facility features an 11-acre blacktopped show lot, 22 service bays and 10 overnight hook ups for service customers.
“The whole idea was to build the dealership on the Interstate to allow easy access from Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati,” said sales manager Jay Fink.
The dealership was established in the late 1970s and purchased in 1997 by George Bush, who also owns a multi-line GM automobile dealership in Wilmington.
Bush RV’s service department features equipment to align motorhomes, a 66,000-pound lift and a power washing system.
The dealership, which employs 40 people, is a service center for Caterpillar and Cummins engines, and Freightliner, Roadmaster and Workhorse chassis Bush RV carries Holiday Rambler, Airstream, Gulf Stream, Prowler, Timberland and Cedar Creek RVs.