One of the Midwest’s top companies for renting motorhomes has found a new home itself.
The Morning Journal reported that Neff Bros. RV has completed its cross-town move in Lorain, Ohio, from the Lorain Industrial Park on the city’s far west side, to the southeast area of the city.
The building is the former Joe Firment Chevrolet, and the Joe Firment Body Shop still takes about a third of the building and the back service bay.
“But our two-thirds is about two-and-a-half times what we had before,” said 73-year-old Bill Neff, company vice president and co-founder with his brother, Ralph Neff, 68, who is company president. Bill Neff’s daughter, Angela Dudziak, also is co-owner and general manager of the business.
Neff Bros. RV first considered the building last summer. However, the city of Lorain had to complete the Grove Avenue sewer extension before the dealership could move in.
The exterior of the building was remodeled with a drive-under canopy removed to allow full-size RVs to enter the front service door of the shop.
Now Neff Bros. RV is ready to grow into its new location.
“Our growth is coming, every year we’ve grown a little, grown a little, and this has been our dream to own our own building and to actually be able to say, this is ours, and we’re to that spot now,” Dudziak said. “It was time to take the next step.”
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