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General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: January 16, 2009, 08:45:14 am »
I am located in the North West part of Ohio, West of Lima on U.S.-30.  There is going to be a large RV Super Show at the Dayton Expo center next week, that follows with a 2nd show at the same location, then Indianapolis RV Show, then Ft. Wayne.  I am trying to learn if PC might be at one of these shows.  No response from factory to date.  I don't wish to impose on any private owner.  Most would be either South or winterized right now. :) 

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General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: January 15, 2009, 07:24:18 pm »
I think this is going to be a very good forum, I am personally very glad to see it initiated.  Ron and Penny you both are very reassuring when it comes to the Phoenix Cruiser.  Ron has sent me a great deal of information and has taken the time to explain his coach and its amenities.  He also has given me information on the availability of just what I think I am looking for in a 2350.  I just need to see and spend a little time around one in a show or a dealer. This weather is not conducive to RV shopping right now.  I have e-mailed PC for dealer information and to find if they have any of their products showing at RV shows in the Midwest.  I have not heard from them as of this minute.  Looking forward to seeing more and more post on this forum. Homer 2o2

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General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: January 15, 2009, 02:44:27 pm »
 hithere: I am a long time class A owner and presently own an Itasca Suncruiser.  I have been considering downsizing to a smaller RV.  I just recently came across the "Phoenix Cruiser".  I like what I see, but have only seen pictures. I have been supplied much information from another owner of a Phoenix Cruiser, he has been invaluable with his help. 
I would like to attain information on Phoenix Cruiser dealer network and above all, learn of any RV Shows in the Midwest that will have Phoenix Cruisers on display.  An e-mail to the company only produced an e-mail from a dealer rather distant from here.  In the summer that would be fine, but it is the dead of winter and I would like something closer to home.
It is also of interest if Phoenix Cruiser has survived the recent company closures.
I am sure as time progresses I will have more pertinent questions to ask.  Right now I am very interested in the PC as a replacement for My Class A.    tymote

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