FIVE MILLIONTH A/C UNIT SOLD IN LINCOLN, NEBRASKA

Aug 28, 2013, 21:04 PM by User Not Found
One step closer to revealing the winner, RV Products has sold its five millionth Coleman-Mach air conditioner. This months-long contest will finally reveal its consumer winner soon, while Apache Camper Center in Lincoln, Nebraska is the winning dealership. Both consumer and dealer will receive a prize package.

One step closer to revealing the winner, RV Products has sold its five millionth Coleman-Mach air conditioner. This months-long contest will finally reveal its consumer winner soon, while Apache Camper Center in Lincoln, Nebraska is the winning dealership. Both consumer and dealer will receive a prize package.

Starting in the Spring, RV Products announced it would be holding a contest based on the news that it recently manufactured is five millionth Coleman-Mach A/C unit. The Coleman-Mach Mach 15, 15,000 BTU unit was packaged in an unmarked box and treated as regular inventory. It was shipped to an unknown distributor and then sent to an unknown dealer who sold it to one lucky customer.

The consumer prize package includes arrangements for the winner to visit RV Products' Wichita, Kansas factory. The retail owner will also receive a free Coleman-Mach air conditioner of their choice in exchange for the gold shroud unit as it will be sent to the RV Hall of Fame. This milestone unit's gold shroud is also signed by the RV Products associates who had a hand in manufacturing the unit.

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