Tire Guard, the company that sells road hazard protection contracts to consumers through RV dealers, has pledged an additional $73,000 to the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) Education Foundation’s RV Learning Center.
The new pledge brings Tire Guard’s total contribution to the Learning Center to $135,000.
“Knowledge is king,” said Tire Guard President Scott Butler, to explain his company’s support for the Learning Center. “Trained people are going to do a better job of representing the products and keeping the dealer out of trouble on F&I (finance and insurance) disclosure issues.
“Through support of the RV Learning Center, we are making an investment in our business partners,” Butler continued. “We also hope that our support will spark other companies that depend on RV dealers to sell their products to contribute to the RV Learning Center as well.”
“Scott Butler and Tire Guard have supported dealer education efforts since the Foundation’s beginning, both financially and by sharing their understanding of the industry and customer service principles,” said Rick Horsey, the Delaware dealer who also is chairman of the RVDA Education Foundation. “We are so pleased to count them among the Foundation’s supporters and greatly appreciate their commitment.”