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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Get Your RV Makeover in Junction City, Oregon

Driving down Oregon’s Highway 99 you eventually come to Junction City. This little burg is like hundreds of other Oregon towns except that it has just about everything you need for your RV needs. Home to the Country Coach Factory and Guaranty auto and RV sales, Junction City has attracted vendors who cater to the RV industry. Places like Countryside interiors where Terri Penrod (in the center of the photo) will help you find just the right furniture, carpet, tile or fabrics for your RV. Brian Hanavan from Elite Coach Care can have his team spruce up your coach so it looks like new. They do detail work to include wash, wax, spot removing and carpet cleaning. You can have just one thing done, or you can go for the whole ball of wax. Innovative Audio is co-located with Elite Coach Care and can install audio, TV, Tracvision, navigation systems and much more. Tiffany (left) and Jennifer (right) will greet you at Davis Cabinets where you can have custom built cabinets installed, or a TV retrofit, tables, desks, dog-house covers, racks and anything you can imagine made out of wood. There are many more service centers located in and around Junction City like Carrier and Sons, Pacific Service and Repair, A-1 Auto Glass, Cummins Northwest and many more. Your chances of getting your RV fixed or updated in a timely and satisfactory manner are very good in Junction City, Oregon. Jim Twamley

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  • You failed to mention, our favorite place -- CampingWorld -- is just down the street!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 28, 2007 9:45:00 AM PDT  

  • We had Carrier & Sons work on our Newmar Mountain-Aire and they fixed things the dealer didn't even know needed fixing. First class operation.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 28, 2007 10:20:00 AM PDT  

  • I can not wait to come to Oregon to get a make over.

    By Blogger Mindy T, at February 18, 2008 4:14:00 PM PST  

  • I put you on my web site. So here is mine...WWW.travelandtips.com

    By Blogger Mindy T, at February 29, 2008 7:24:00 PM PST  

  • Newmar agreed to pay Carrier & Sons to fix anything on our coach that needed fixing. There were a lot of things to fix. The items they "fixed" are worse now than before they "fixed" them. I had to pay to have the items fixed again, at a different service center, and this time it was my dime. Be careful folks and get a second opinion before you spend a dime with this company.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at October 13, 2008 12:40:00 AM PDT  

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