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At Guaranty, we love RVing! We know we’re lucky—we get to spend all day every day thinking about RVs, researching the best makes and models, learning about great road trips and campgrounds, and generally keeping up on the latest RV-related trends, news and lifestyle tips. Best yet, our team of RV-enthusiast bloggers get to share all of that with you! If you’re curious about the latest and greatest in RVs and RVing, we invite you to visit the Guaranty Blog. Be sure to check back with us regularly for updates.

A New Definition of Progress

Guaranty’s Word of the Year 2017 – INREACH


There has been a lot of attention given to Guaranty RV and Guaranty Chevrolet’s Community outreach in the past several blogs, but today we are going to talk about Guaranty’s INREACH. I know that’s not a word, but by the end of this article you will see that it is a perfect description.

In The Beginning….



Never one to be satisfied with the status quo, our founder, Herb Nill was always looking for ways to grow and expand his Chevrolet-Oldsmobile dealership here in Junction City. While growth and expansion are a good measure of the economic health of any business Herb and now Shannon, Marty, and Eric Nill understand that growth and expansion is not only good for the bottom line it is good for the community as a whole. The larger and more successful the business the more corporate and property taxes they pay. Rare is the person or business that likes paying taxes, but they are necessary to maintain infrastructure, police and fire departments, and local schools. Property tax is used primarily in the local community while corporate tax is used statewide, and Guaranty is proud to pay our taxes here in the Willamette Valley and the great state or Oregon. More tax dollars going into the coffer is a pretty obvious benefit to having healthy businesses in the community, but don’t forget that those healthy businesses employ your friends and family.




Ripples In The Pond



Employment is also a pretty obvious benefit to the community, but that benefit is kind of like the rock thrown into the pond. Once you throw it in, you see how many ripples it creates. Employing your friends and neighbors gives them a living wage and allows them to spend money on housing, food, entertainment, transportation, and the other basics of American life. They spend the majority of this money in the local community, which in turn provides health and stability to other businesses, which means growth and expansion, which means the need for more employees, which means more people spending money in the community, which means … well you see the ripples now. We touched on taxes earlier and with each additional person employed the tax base also grows. Many individuals pay property tax as well as income tax to both the state and federal government, which are used in the same manner as corporate taxes, with direct and indirect community benefit. Another ripple.





A New Definition



So our case for getting INREACH into Webster’s for the New Year is still a bit vague, but here come some examples that should concrete the definition. Speaking of concrete a lot has been poured around Guaranty Chevrolet and Guaranty RV this past year. A new building was constructed on Third Street that temporarily housed Guaranty GM Certified Auto Service while an incredible remodel took place in their permanent home on First Street. Guaranty’s Auto Service department was in the same building for sixty years and was designed for the volume of business at the time. The Auto service remodel expanded our Chevrolet Certified Service Center to eighteen, state of the art, full lift bays and more than doubled the square footage of the previous building.



These improvements lead to better service for the community, with estimates that say we can now handle twice to the volume of customer vehicle repairs, and that leads to the need for more qualified employees. Yes, another ripple. And since we are discussing INREACH and quality employees we cannot ignore the 215% of the required training, compared to 86% nationally, and the 250 years of combined experience in the department. The building that temporarily housed Guaranty GM Certified Auto Service during the remodel is now being retooled to become the permanent home of the Guaranty RV Body Shop, which will also be a state of the art facility including a paint booth big enough to accommodate todays larger RVS. This allows Guaranty to expand the abilities of the current Guaranty Auto Body Shop and provides the facilities to physically separate the Guaranty Detail Center into dedicated teams for RV and Auto detail. All of this leads to better ability to serve Guaranty customers and, stop me if you have heard this before, that leads to more employees, which leads to even more ripples.

Gateway To The RV Wanderland



Guaranty is fortunate to have the community support that we do, and we do not take that lightly. From the top down we are committed to a world-class customer experience with the belief that we are making friends, not dollars. Another of the many ways Guaranty supports the community is by bringing in revenue from outside of our area, and even outside our state. Guaranty’s vehicle sales, parts, and service on both the Auto and RV sides of the business have consistently earned high Google rankings and our reputation in the community is a positive one. These amenities and their reputation bring folks from all over to do business with Guaranty and while they are here they are likely to go out to eat, grocery shop, fill up their vehicle with gas or diesel etc. all adding ripples to the local economy. Continuing in that vein is the newly opened Guaranty RV Park that boasts 55 camping spots as well as facilities for groups and rally’s to gather. More ripples! More people coming to the area, more goods and services needed, more jobs created, and of course more taxes to support our community.

Inreach




Shakespeare is widely known to have made up words to convey a meaning or concept that had no previous description. I am no Shakespeare, but I believe we have done a decent job of defining INREACH. By continually putting resources back into our dealership the Nill family is Guarantying our success. That success is a strong factor in the stability and health of our community, both economically and physically. Growth can be difficult and sometimes even painful, and Guaranty has experienced a degree of both during the course of the construction projects over the last tear. But, as the old saying goes, no pain no gain, and there is tremendous gain from Guaranty’s inreach. As Guaranty creates external growth through continued inreach we will continue to throw rocks in the pond that ripple out into the community in a positive way. As those ripples expand our community and our business we will need more qualified employees and so will our community at large, even further expanding community growth and well you see where I am going here. Ripples.

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Help keep Guaranty and our community growing by applying for one of the many career opportunities available here. You may be the next rock in the pond, where would your ripples go?

Why Your Winter Should Include Oregon and an RV, Part 1

Here at Guaranty, we are looking forward to the New Year. It’s time to make a fresh start, set some resolutions, and plan some RV trips, of course. As we look at our calendars, we often notice a pretty big gap between the last trip and the first trip of spring. That big gap, in the shape of January and February, can feel pretty cavernous.

If you’re passionate about RVing, January and February can feel like a long time: you want to hit the open road, but you aren’t sure where to go. But hey, as we’ve written before, just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to take a break when it comes to your RV! Winter camping can be incredibly fun, as long as you take the necessary precautions to keep yourself, your family, and your RV safe.

Luckily, here at Guaranty RV, we’re located in beautiful Oregon and we have a bounty of amazing places to camp during January and February. From the coast to the Cascades, we have a little bit of everything to choose from. If you’re in Oregon or near Oregon, we want to share some reasons why you should take your RV for a spin (figuratively, we hope) this January and February.

In the first part of this blog post, we’ll cover why winter camping can be just the adventure you’re looking for in January and February, what adventure awaits in Oregon for winter camping, and much more.

Why Winter RVing In Oregon Is More Fun Than It Sounds


When you think of camping in your RV, it’s normal to think of a warm summer evening after a long day of fishing or riding the sand dunes, dinner cooking on a barbecue, and your friends and family laughing around you. Camping in your RV in the winter doesn’t seem like it would be quite as nice, right?

Well, we couldn’t disagree more! There is plenty of fun to be had out there in the winter months—you just need to know where to find it. Here’s why a winter camping trip in Oregon in your RV is a great idea.

  • Oregon is incredibly ecologically diverse. That means that it’s not all snow, snow, snow here! If the thought of waking up to your RV covered in snow fills you with dread, it doesn’t have to! While the temperatures might be low, the Oregon Coast and high desert are great options to stay out of the snow, while still having fun.


  • Snow doesn’t have to be a burden. Do you love skiing, snowboarding, and more? Then winter camping in Oregon is a great opportunity to hit the slopes and save money. Many RV campgrounds offer reduced prices for overnight stays in the winter (as long as roads remain accessible), which means you can camp in your RV, spend your days skiing and snowboarding, and save a little bit of money.


  • You get some peace and quiet. Winter campgrounds are going to be quieter than during the summer—so if you’re looking for a quiet getaway after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, a winter camping trip in your RV is the perfect solution. You can experience nature, do a little fishing or hiking, and get a little bit of relaxation in the process.


  • It’s always an adventure. Winter camping doesn’t have to be scary, but it can be quite the adventure. Winter weather can be unpredictable, but with the right tools and precautions in place, you’ll have an experience that you’ll remember for a lifetime. When it comes to RVing, we know you love adventure! Winter RV camping in Oregon might not be for everybody, but it’s always worth a try.


When it comes to winter camping in your RV, there is plenty of fun to be had. Winter hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and more can be ways to sneak in a little bit of adventure in January and February. But when it comes to safety, that’s important too! Don’t miss our tips on staying safe in your RV during the winter, as well as preparing your RV for a winter trip (or storage).

What Makes Oregon Great for Winter RV Camping


We mentioned that Oregon is incredibly ecologically diverse, making it so if you don’t want to mess with snow and ice, you don’t have to! But there are lots of reasons to plan a winter camping trip in your RV to the Beaver State.

Oregon is a beautiful state full of diverse and plentiful state parks, with plenty of campgrounds with RV hookups, even throughout the winter. Oregon has everything from the coast to the mountains, so there is a little something for everyone. Here are a few more reasons to make Oregon your destination for winter RV camping.

  • Reduced crowds. As we mentioned, winter camping means the crowds have died down from the spring and summer. In many cases, you might have the entire campground or beach to yourself, especially if you avoid the ski slopes. While Oregon does get a fair bit of rain, and in some areas, temperatures that dip into freezing territory, on the whole, and especially along the coast, the temperatures remain mild. The only thing that’s changed is the crowd! Rain keeps many away, but we know that intrepid RVers don’t mind a little rain on their windshields.



Female elk in Oregon *Wildlife. While the crowds have reduced, the wildlife you can see hasn’t! On the Oregon coast, especially, there is plenty to see, from Roosevelt elk at the Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area to the winter whale migration in January. We know RVers love the great outdoors and being able to see wildlife that might normally stay hidden from large, and loud, crowds is an incredible opportunity!











  • Fresh seafood. One of the best parts of Oregon is the Oregon coast—and of course, that means access to delicious and fresh seafood. Winter tides are ideal for clamming; if you’re interested in crabbing or clamming, we recommend this guide for the best locations on the Oregon Coast. Winter fishing in Oregon is also extremely fun; while winter steelhead has a very brief window, it’s not one you want to miss; winter camping along the Rogue River or on the Tillamook Bay Heritage Trail is a great opportunity to get some fishing done, even in January and February!


There are lots of reasons to make Oregon the spot for a winter RV trip, not including the locals who are always willing to lend a hand or point you in the direction you need to go; we have plenty of room, campgrounds with full RV hookups, and lots of fun to be had.

What Are You Waiting For?


Well, what are you waiting for? Have we convinced you yet? Oregon can be the prime spot for a winter camping trip in your RV. Just remember: safety comes first! And even though Oregon is a mild state in terms of our weather, we can occasionally get hit by winter storms that are powerful and dangerous, especially if you’re exposed or driving. If you think a storm might impact your trip, it’s always best to wait until the weather is clear.

Now that we’ve convinced you that Oregon is an ideal destination for you and your RV, you might be wondering: where are some of the best spots to visit for everything I’m looking for?

In part 2 of this blog post, we’ll be sharing our recommendations for places to stay in Oregon during January and February—whether you’re looking for access to skiing and snowboarding, wildlife and lots of hiking, or the Oregon Coast.

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