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Great Alaskan Holidays Parts and Service Department Grows

Feb 27, 2019 | News, Right Moves, Tourism

ANCHORAGEGreat Alaskan Holidays, Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business headquartered in Anchorage, announced the addition of Riley Simasko as the new Great Alaskan Holidays Service Writer.

As a Service Writer, Mr. Simasko is directly responsible for the coordination of customer RV repair and service needs with the company’s entire sales, production, and technical teams. Prior to joining Great Alaskan Holidays, Mr. Simasko held a position in warehouse management, and most recently as an independent flooring contract, where customer interactions were critical to his success. Mr. Simasko was born an Alaskan resident, and takes great pride in Alaska and all it has to offer.   

 

     “Mr. Simasko has been hired into a key position among the entire operation at Great Alaskan Holidays, as he is one of the first faces a customer will see upon entering our Parts and Service Department”, says Bob Johnson, the firm’s Director of Marketing.  “We understand the value of highly impactful first impressions, and how powerful they can be when messaging a company’s brand.  Our customer’s perceptions are extremely important to us, and we’re thrilled Mr. Simasko has taken on that responsibility as he represents Great Alaskan Holidays.”        

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