Phil Brokenicky, the owner of New Horizons RV, invited Karen and me to be Ambassadors. We were honored.
The New Horizons business model is to build custom coaches according to customer designs. You’ll never find a new New Horizons trailer on display at the local interstate RV dealer. That’s a problem for prospective buyers who have an interest in seeing before they buy.
For most people, the only way they’ll see a New Horizon’s trailer in person prior to committing to purchase is to visit one of the large RV shows where Phil has his show model on display, fly into Junction City, Kansas and visit the factory, or visit an Ambassador in the area.
Being Ambassadors is our job.
If you’re seriously considering the purchase of a New Horizons trailer, willing to drive to where we’re staying, and want to see a New Horizons up close and personal along with hearing honest insights about the pros and cons of ownership, send me an email at Jeff[at]MaverickLeadership[dot]com. We’ll set something up.
In the spirit of full disclosure, I am compensated a minuscule amount (what’s more minuscule than minuscule?) if I help someone who ultimately buys a New Horizons trailer. But the most important reason we do this is because we’re big believers in both New Horizons trailers and the integrity of the manufacturer. It makes us very happy when others experience the same satisfaction of ownership as we do.