Tulsa RV today (Jan. 15) announced a major expansion, combining its four locations into one site in Catoosa, Okla.

According to a press release, the new expansion includes breaking ground on a 16-bay service center, quadrupling its ability to service all makes and models of RVs indoors including large buses and motorhomes. The service bays will feature oversized stalls and doors, and an underground chassis pit. Plans for the expansion also call for 7,500 square feet of added shop space with all construction expected to complete by April, 2019.

The project will also entail a new parts and accessories department, which will occupy the former service department, already connected to the sales office. These new expansions will allow for immediate and future growth, including the construction of a new offices for the growing Tulsa RV team. 

Under the leadership of owner Craig Goldrich, Tulsa RV is also announced that its new management team is already in place and providing excellent service to existing and new customers. The team is comprised of General Manager Kim Siex, Controller Michelle Falgout, Sales Manager  Larry Pejak, Business Manager Herman Thompson, Service Manager Kerry Easton and Parts Manager Morgan Van Gottfried.

“It’s been a great eight months of growth. By adding General Manager Kim Siex to our team, we gained 36 years of RV dealer experience to our already experienced staff,” said Goldrich. “Tulsa is a very RV-friendly town, within a one day’s drive for a large part of the RV market, making it convenient for people to shop online and travel to Catoosa to complete their purchase or get service.”

Siex noted, “Tulsa RV has experienced unprecedented growth in the RV industry, and we are projecting to double our sales volume with the additional space and expect to hire another 15-20 employees over the next year.”