La Mesa RV Center’s facility in Phoenix experienced a fire in the delivery center portion of the property early Friday (March 23) morning. According to a press release, initial investigations appear that the fire started in or on the roof area of the building. No employees were in the building at the time while two RVs being prepared for delivery to new owners were damaged.

All other operations at the facility were not affected and returned to normal with the opening of business on Friday morning.

“La Mesa RV is extremely grateful to the Phoenix Fire Department for the quick and effective response to a situation that could have proven to be very detrimental. We applaud these valiant men and women for coming to our aid and continue to be at the ready at a moment’s notice,” stated Bob Upton, president of La Mesa RV Center.

La Mesa RV has been in business for over 45 years, with year-round locations in Sanford, Port St Lucie, Daytona Beach and Fort Myers, Florida; Tucson, Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona; San Diego, and Davis, California plus Albuquerque, New Mexico. In addition, a seasonal facility is located in Quartzsite, Arizona.