William Dickerson said that since the COVID-19 outbreak, various factors have affected the operations at All American Coach Co. located in Sylvania (), where he works as the company’s sales manager.
Due toproblems, the company has sold fewer units than it would have in the past, he said in an interview with a local report. However, demand has gone up at an unprecedented rate since the pandemic started, an upward trend that has spread to the industry in the region.
All American Coach is expected to have an opportunity to showcase its products and draw in some new buyers at the Northwest& Travel Show which runs tomorrow (Friday) through Sunday at SeaGate Center in Toledo.
According to a report, the wintershow is a high-point amid a normal slowdown in sales for in the winter months. It also signifies the beginning of the “ season,” which lasts throughout the summer when sales are at their highest.
“We take this opportunity to make sure that we have what we think we’re going to need to get through the opening of the camping season,” Dickerson said of theshow. “Some of my people will show up starting here, shopping at the show, and then usually by April, everyone’s in a mad rush going ‘oh, I need it by camping season’ and so many of the in the area open in the middle of April.”
The event is in its 56th year, organized by Northwest. It will showcase products from five other local , including those from the Tiffin and Toledo branches of Reineke , Town & Country of Clyde, , Young’s Center in Fremont, and Amos Motor and in Bradner, .
This year’s Northwest& Travel Show will run from Friday to Sunday. It is open from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday. Admission costs $8 for adults and free for children under 12 throughout the day. Seniors can enjoy a discounted price of admission for $6 on Friday only.