Swindon Caravans takes first place in Dealership of the Year category in CaravanTimes Caravan & Motorhome Awards 2015

In what was a close battle, Swindon Caravans secured first place in the Dealership of the Year category
In what was a close battle, Swindon Caravans secured first place in the Dealership of the Year category

Monday, 19, Jan 2015 12:10

by Joe Jeffrey

Swindon Caravans voted best dealership in CaravanTimes Awards

Swindon Caravans has won the Dealership of the Year category in the CaravanTimes Caravan & Motorhome Awards 2014.

Established in 1988, family-run Swindon Caravans secured 13.60 per cent of the voting share in the Awards, voted for by readers of CaravanTimes.

In second place came Read Caravans in Blackburn, with a respectable 12.20 per cent of votes, whilst third place was awarded to Sharman Caravans in Suffolk who received 8.80 per cent of the voting share.

The CaravanTimes Caravan & Motorhome Awards, saw an unprecedented number of people cast their votes for 2014, far surpassing previous years' awards, and voting in the Dealership of the Year category proved more popular than ever before.

The relationship between caravanners and motorhomers and their preferred dealership isn't just determined by the choice of ranges on offer, but more so by customer experience, as well as quality of customer service received, whether that is before, during or after making a purchase as our Awards have shown.

To take a closer look at all of the results in our Awards, visit our forums by clicking here.

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