Originally Posted by vcrt
Just my opinion, but considering that it would be unlikely to expect many people to continue camping in an old camper (I'm an exception here), if members are not considered part of the group after trading to another brand, this club will fade away not too long from now. The newest Sunline anyone can buy today is two years old and that number will keep getting higher.
Amen to that, Rich.
One of the wonderful things about sunlineclub.com is the total absence of everything that's annoying about some other forums. No bickering, no flame wars, no sarcasm, on an on.
If we don't hang on to our members, regardless of what brand RV they move to in the future, we'll just shrink away as you say.
I am all for keeping this going for as long as possible.
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