Coach Care Opens Two More Service Centers in South Carolina and Virginia

Network of Service Center Facilities Now in 20 States

MINNEAPOLIS, June 2 /PRNewswire/ — Coach Care announced the opening of two new service center facilities in Cloverdale, Virginia and Columbia, South Carolina — both locations are operated by Cummins Atlantic. With the opening of these new locations, the third and fourth new facility openings in 2005, the Coach Care network now has 29 facilities in 20 states.

“It’s our goal to have a Coach Care facility within one day’s drive of anywhere in the continental United States in the next five years,” said Onan’s Coach Care development manager, Bill Gibson. “With these two new locations we’re getting closer to achieving our goal.”

The Virginia facility is located in Cloverdale off of I-81 at exit 150 just outside of Roanoke. The nearly seven acre facility features several wide service bays to allow for servicing several vehicles at once. It also has a separate lounge for RV customers located near the main lobby entrance as well as LP gas and sanitary dumping stations behind the building.

In South Carolina, the Coach Care service center is located less than one mile from I-77 in Columbia. The building showcases a covered, pull-up entrance for use in inclement weather and the spacious lobby is stocked with RV accessories. RVers can enjoy a separate customer lounge and the facility even has a picnic table and outside grill for use during the summer. Both facilities offer onsite overnight parking with 24/7 access and electrical hookups.

Located throughout the country near some of America’s most popular RV destinations, each Coach Care facility offers RVers one-stop, “bumper-to- bumper” warranty work. In addition to servicing Onan generators and Cummins engines, each Coach Care center partners with chassis and accessory manufacturers (HWH, Workhorse, Spartan) and appliance manufacturers (Atwood, Suburban, RVP, Norcold) to provide a full range of warranty services.

Currently, Onan has Coach Care facilities located in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington.

About Coach Care(TM) Service Centers

No matter where RVers are headed, a Coach Care(TM) service center is nearby. An initiative between Onan, Cummins and Cummins distributors to provide the best quality RV service possible, Coach Care is the only certified, nationwide network of RV maintenance facilities in the country. Coach Care’s extensive training and certification process ensures that each facility is qualified to provide expert, one-stop, “bumper-to-bumper” service – from the chassis to the main drive engine to major appliances and Onan generators. Warranty repair work done at a Coach Care facility is honored within the nationwide network and as a Good Sam Club partner, Coach Care offers 10 percent off its service work for Good Sam members. Each Coach Care facility offers 24-hour emergency service, seven days a week, and is committed to making RV maintenance and repair a pleasant experience.

About Onan RV

A branded, consumer-products business unit of Cummins Power Generation, Onan’s RV-division provides power generation products and services that enhance and celebrate the RV lifestyle. Offering a full line of generators and power electronics for both motorized and towable units, Onan’s products meet the power solution needs of a wide range of RVers. Onan’s Green Label parts and accessories are factory-specified to help maximize the power output and life of Onan generators. Bumper-to-bumper RV-maintenance, repair and emergency services are available through Onan’s nationwide network of Coach Care Service Centers. With more than 700 Onan-certified RV service and parts dealers, Onan products and services are available far and wide. For additional information on the RV lifestyle, including travel ideas, maintenance tips, locating a service center and finding an Onan dealer, please visit http://www.funroads.com/ .

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