RVzen is an RV classifieds site for recreational vehicles that just launched this week. The struggling economy has dropped the price of RVs and created an opportunity for dealers to sell their inventory while customers are scrambling for deals. RVzen has created a unique space online for dealers and private sellers to find a market of serious buyers who are ready to purchase.
August 24th, 2009 - Bowling Green, Ky - http://RVzen.com launched this week with an arsenal of features designed specifically to help sellers of RVs connect with buyers online. "We recognize that the current RV market is tough for dealers. We've developed a tool that helps dealers generate more leads and will ultimately help sell more units online. We're extremely pleased with the results, and the reaction from the community has been phenomenal," said Shawn Rubel, CEO of RVzen.
In celebration of their launch, RVzen is providing RV dealers with free listings through the end of 2009. "With an easy "feed" system, dealers will be able to send and update their inventory on RVzen with one simple process. They'll also have access to a huge untapped market of buyers actively searching for new or used RVs for sale," said Rubel.
RVzen combines a phenomenal user experience with an eye pleasing design that results in a site both buyers and sellers are finding friendly to use. With RVzen, shopping on the site is free, and anyone can list an RV for only $39. Dealers will enjoy free listings through the end of 2009 when signing up for the RVzen Dealer Program. They will also receive special discounts in 2010, and can upload unlimited quantities of stock with a simple feed file. The new site is feature rich with elements such as a powerful search tool which allows buyers to easily narrow their search and find RVs by searching on a wide array of features such as; size, mileage, fuel type, condition, length, the number it sleeps, and more. "And more features are on the way. With new tools being released later this year dealers will be able to easily track their sales and sell more units with higher profit margins." added Rubel.
Why the name "RVzen"? "We named the site RVzen because it represents an enlightened way of buying or selling an RV by providing all the tools needed in one simple package," said Rubel. "With the powerful set of features the dealers will have at their disposal on RVzen, we're confident we can move more inventory for the dealer than any other online channel."
Visit the site at: http://www.RVzen.com
For more information, please contact Shawn at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 270-321-1594