Rollick Launches ‘Buy From Home’ Solution in Outdoor Recreation Vehicle Industry

This program provides Rollick's Certified Dealers and recreation vehicle OEMs the opportunity to offer their customers the option to purchase their new or used outdoor vehicle without having to visit a dealership.

Rollick announced the launch of its Buy From Home solution in the outdoor recreation vehicle industry. This program provides Rollick’s Certified Dealers and recreation vehicle OEMs the opportunity to offer their customers the option to purchase their new or used outdoor vehicle without having to visit a dealership.

“As we battle COVID-19, we understand that many dealers and OEMs have had to close their doors, reduce staff, or change the way they conduct business,” said Rollick President Amit Maheshwari. “As of now, we haven’t seen a significant drop in online demand from our affinity vehicle buying sites, so we wanted to help by providing a solution for Rollick clients to keep up with consumer demand while offering a safe alternative to doing business in-store.”

The Buy From Home solution is available to consumers who shop on GoRollick.com and their affinity partner programs, such as Sam’s Club, AAA, Progressive, national employer groups and military and first responder personnel. The program is also available on select Certified Rollick Dealer and OEM websites.

Today, consumers who are interested in leveraging the Buy From Home service to purchase an RV, powersports vehicle or boat, can visit GoRollick.com or any affinity partner website, search for their desired vehicle and locate certified dealers badged as Buy From Home. Once consumers find their preferred outdoor vehicle, they can connect directly with the certified dealer to receive a quote, options for payment or financing, and coordination of free delivery based on dealer participation.

Link: Rollick

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