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Auto-Sleepers has announced that it is appointing Midlands dealership Travelworld as a new independent dealer.

Shropshire-based Travelworld first made a name for itself in high-end American RV sales, and has been gradually expanding its portfolio of brands to include more British and Continental offerings. It officially takes on the Auto-Sleepers marque on April 1 of this year.

Auto-Sleepers has announced that it is appointing Midlands dealership Travelworld as a new independent dealer.

 

Shropshire-based Travelworld first made a name for itself in high-end American RV sales, and has been gradually expanding its portfolio of brands to include more British and Continental offerings. It officially takes on the Auto-Sleepers marque on April 1 of this year.

 

The introduction of Travelworld expands the Auto-Sleepers sales network to 25 dealers. Dave Clarkson, Auto-Sleepers’ Sales and Marketing Manager, said, “This is an exciting addition to our dealer network, giving us representation of the brand in a geographical area which until now we have not had any coverage in.”

 

Contact Travelworld on 0845 230 5033 for more information.

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