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Great Alaskan Holidays Recognized by Winnebago

Jul 25, 2019 | Manufacturing, News, Retail

ANCHORAGE—Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business headquartered in Anchorage has once again been recognized with two prestigious industry awards. Winnebago Industries has announced that Great Alaskan Holidays has earned both their 2019 Flying W Award, as well as their 2019 Partners in Excellence Award.

Winnebago Flying W Award / Recognition for Service Excellence and Superior Owner Satisfaction

Winnebago’s Flying W Award is presented to the nation’s top motorhome and towable dealers for their service excellence and superior owner satisfaction and is the manufacturer’s way of recognizing those dealerships who are especially aligned with their corporate mission to elevate the overall ownership experience. Award winners are specifically recognized for rating high in customer satisfaction during the (2019) program period.

The Winnebago Partners in Excellence Award / Recognition for Market Share Leadership

Winnebago’s Partners in Excellence Award recognizes the overall market share leader in the recipient’s trade area in each of these categories; Towables, Class A gas, Class A diesel, Class B, and Class C motorhomes.  

 “Great Alaskan Holidays is both thrilled and humbled to be recognized with not only these two prestigious awards, but also by being awarded them from such a fine organization as Winnebago Industries”, says Bob Johnson, Great Alaskan Holidays’ Director of Marketing. 

“With this outstanding achievement, Great Alaskan Holidays is setting the bar for the entire industry,” commented Dean Casad, Director of Motorhome Customer Support at Winnebago Industries. “We are proud to recognize their commitment to going the extra mile for Winnebago owners”.  

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