Great Alaskan Holidays Adds RV Technicians

Aug 29, 2022 | Right Moves, Tourism

Adam Moody

Great Alaskan Holidays, Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business headquartered in Anchorage, continues to strengthen its motor home sales and rental technical support team by adding three highly skilled RV Technicians: Adam Moody, Jordan Rhoades, and Robert Shomler.

Moody worked previously as a mechanic at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport for the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Moody is originally from Arizona and now resides in Anchorage with his wife and daughter.

Jordan Rhoades

Rhoades, a lifelong Alaskan, comes to Great Alaskan Holidays from Calista Corporation. While with Calista, Rhoades worked as a rig hand on a drill floor in the North Slope oil and gas sector. Rhoades was born and raised in Wasilla.

Robert Shomler

Shomler also worked previously on the North Slope. A lifelong Alaskan himself, Shomler worked as a mechanic on facility maintenance with the oil field supply company Coville, Inc. and currently resides in Wasilla.

“Great Alaskan Holidays is pretty grateful to have Jordan, Adam, and Robert on board with us as an extension to our already strong team of RV technicians,” says Bob Johnson, the firm’s Director of Marketing. “Reliable technical expertise in an RV tech is hard to find in Alaska. Each one of them are critical to our entire operation, especially when you consider how Great Alaskan Holidays strives for total safety and customer satisfaction with our customer’s motor home rental experience. We’re very glad to have these three gentlemen on our team of RV professionals.”

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