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RV Warranty Forever Selects Dealer in Arizona

February 6, 2014

MESA, Ariz. — RV Warranty Forever named Robert Crist and Company RV and World Wide RV the exclusive RV Warranty Forever dealer group providers in the Phoenix Valley and northern Arizona.

“We have been in this business for many years and are always looking for ways to enhance the customer’s experience at our dealership,” said Paul Skogebo, president of Robert Crist and Company RV and World Wide RV.

Skogebo’s son, David, is the dealer principal at World Wide RV. Robert Crist IV serves as the dealer principal at Robert Crist and Company.

“Paul Skogebo has lived and breathed the RV industry for many years,” said Kelly Price, President of NWAN Inc. “He, his son David Skogebo, and Robert Crist IV are great operators. Their motto of ‘Our people make the difference’ is an example of how they strive to provide the best products and customer service available.” 

The RV Warranty Forever program provides basic coverage for the following component groups:

  • Suspension
  • Brakes
  • Water System
  • Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Kitchen Center
  • LP Gas System
  • Manual Leveling Jacks

In the event of a breakdown of a covered component, the repairs will be completed at no charge to the customer.  “Now instead of offering a one or two year factory warranty, we are able to give the customer lifetime coverage on many critical components,” Robert Crist said. “This is a game changer.”

The RV Warranty Forever program is marketed by Strongsville, Ohio-based National Automotive Experts, and is backed by an “A”-rated insurance carrier. To learn more about the RV Warranty Forever program, visit

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