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 on: March 21, 2015, 04:40:16 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by Idjit

If you send me an email I would like to discuss it with you.

 on: March 21, 2015, 04:26:40 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
I already sent this in an e-mail to Kyle and Earl to solicit ideas, but I want to toss it around over here too, and see if we can come to a consensus.

I have decided that since we do so many day trips or overnights here and there with my kidscompetitions, concerts, recitals, Junior Olympics, etc. that I am going to start looking for places that are/would be accessible to Phoenix Cruisers but might not be to other RVs that offer similar amenities. My target audience here are downsizers.  Id like to have a hashtag we can use when I find these places and I can encourage the Phoenix Cruiser owners community to get involved.

For example, this past Thursday morning I was in Sharon, PAa bustling and adorable small downtown and ate at this super funky retro diner that does a really good business.  We could totally have parked a Phoenix Cruiser right there on the street in front of the diner if we wanted to (and if we had one with us, because I got out and measured. I'm crazy like that). Places like this that dont have lot parking and are too small for parking garages are fun and funky places that those with larger RVs cant really explore like you could in a PC. Behind the restaurant were these really neat statues that you couldnt even see if you hadnt stopped and gotten out. It reminds me of a photo one of our users sent us years ago of them parked right downtown Chicago, I think, in front of a museum.  Later in the day we were in downtown Youngstown, Ohio and we discovered a really wonderful coffee shopJoe Maxx. It was another super eclectic gem with a ton of variety and personality you cant get at a Dunkin Donuts or a Starbucks.  There we paid a quarter to park for an hour in a spot plenty big enough for a 2100 and possibly a 2350 (and could have paid for two spots because we had plenty of empty spaces, honestly). I want to highlight what we might be missing when we travel in a larger unitthe personality and feel of the communities we visit. Being able to just spot something and stop and get to really tour American cities. So Im thinking like #pcgoesanywhere or #pctoursAmerica...something that wont get cluttered quickly with photos outside of our owners'  and followers'  group, but that gives the feel of what Im going for. #adventureanywhere gets a lot of traffic, so I need something a little more unique.  Now, I got a lot of cool pics from these places that I can post, but none of them have PCs in them, obviously. You guys can work on that more when youre driving units to shows and I can get the owners to help us out there once we have decided on a hashtag. You guys can also get some photos of fun or cool places where you find yourself if it looks like someplace you could easily (ish) go in your PC, but that those driving bigger rigs could not really do.  We can't be the only family who takes our merry time getting anywhere because we love to see something as we're passing, and stop and get a little taste of life in someplace new. I want them to crave the ability to see something as theyre driving and just stop right there and participateso more out of the way or congested places are probably better.

So what I need are hashtag ideas.  Obviously we can use all of the ones we come up with.  That's not a problem. But I'd like to have one that all of us can agree to use for these kinds of places/opportunities.

 on: March 21, 2015, 04:11:19 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by aimee
I love this so much!  heart shower I would love it if you have any photos from your time at the factory or your factory tour (or even if you don't, I have photos of workers building units we can add) if you'd consider writing a guest blogpost for us for our blog. You can pretty much copy and paste what you wrote here.

I'm also going to print this up on a nice 12x18 poster so they can hang it at the factory. Everyone works so hard and puts their whole hearts into these units. It's nice when we get to give them a little love.

 on: March 21, 2015, 01:25:37 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by Idjit
Thanks to all for the replies.

Our scheduled delivery date is around the first of June, a twelve week build time. We opted for full body paint and that adds several weeks to the time.

After we take delivery we will post pictures of the changes that we made.

And yes the factory is very busy right now. They don't seem to be having a problem selling.

Thank you again for the warm welcome.

 on: March 21, 2015, 12:50:02 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by randallandchris
Yesterday Chris and I finally agreed and put down payment on custom 2400 so should be rving again by 4th of July.  Had visited factory over a year ago and though workers had left got great tour by Kermit.  Looking forward to many years of good times ahead.

 on: March 21, 2015, 08:06:22 am 
Started by Idjit - Last post by 2 Frazzled
Earl has spare time? In the spring when everyone wants their Phoenix right away? I think that testimonial will have to get spit out by a computer and posted on the bulletin board... or added to the web site. I hope it makes it to the bulletin board so all the factory employees can see it and know they are appreciated by the owners.

Welcome Jim and Wendy!
I'm sure you're going to love your new Phoenix. The hardest part of picking her up is arriving home. You just want to drive right past and keep adventuring. Enjoy!

 on: March 21, 2015, 08:01:14 am 
Started by Idjit - Last post by gradygal
Please post photos when you take possession of your 2910. We have a 2013 2910, with one slide and twin beds. I would love to see what you did with the 2910D.


 on: March 21, 2015, 05:58:34 am 
Started by Idjit - Last post by Carol
Welcome Jim & Wendy!  Maybe Earl in his spare time can embroider your testimonial onto a sampler for the wall of his office.  Great post!  Heart Shower

 on: March 20, 2015, 10:58:48 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by bobojay
Congrats! When do you take delivery?

 on: March 20, 2015, 06:54:20 pm 
Started by Idjit - Last post by Dynadave
I haven't been to the factory, I bought my 2010  3100 used last September. I too have owned 13  rvs in 16 years, trailers, DP class As, class C s  etc. I am very impressed with way PC builds their units, I have also found the factory ( Carol,  Kermit ) very friendly, knowledgeable, and willing to help anytime  I had a  question.  I think you have made a wise decision, best wishes for a great summer.

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