PPL Motorhomes: Demco Dominator Tow Bars

If  you are an RVer who relies heavily on their tow vehicle, I have something that you might be interested in looking into: Demco Dominator Tow Bars. Demco Dominator Tow Bars are lightweight but strong. Weighing only 30 lbs., the DOMINATOR is built primarily of marine and aircraft grade aluminum alloy, but steel is used in critical areas to minimize wear. It features independent arms for easy hookup and ergonomically friendly adjustable mounting clips. The Demco Dominator Tow Bar has an easy trigger release and stores in multiple positions. It has a 7500 lb. weight capacity and includes coiled safety cables and a ‘silent hitch pin’ for added security.

Towing another vehicle always seems to be a little tough.You always have to remember that you are much longer than you think you are. Also, you know how you have to wrestle with your current towing hitch constantly? Well, that’s now a thing of the past. This tow bar is really easy to use and is extremely durable. If you are in the area, stop by PPL Motorhomes and check out these really unique tow bars in person. I think you’ll really be impressed with their craftsmanship and thoughtful approach in regards to the materials the used.

PPL Motorhomes Opens New Location in New Braunfels

If there’s one thing that PPL Motorhomes loves, it’s being able to offer the best products and best values on consignment RVs . What better way to do that than to open up a new location in Central Texas? That’s right, PPL Motorhomes has added a new location to better serve our Texas customers! Our newest location in New Braunfels, TX is a welcome addition to the PPL dealership family and will feature a great selection of motorhomes, travel trailers and fifth-wheels.

Since 1972, PPL has helped over 25,000 people sell their RVs quickly and at a fair price. We believe that this makes PPL the largest RV Consignment Dealer in the USA, and with the addition of our new location in New Braunfels, TX, we’re even bigger! Plus, our “no hassle” sales philosophy allows you to browse the RVs for sale without being pressured by a salesman. That’s the way it should be, and I don’t see our philosophy changing. We build relationships with the people who shop with us. They aren’t just customers, they are our friends.

So, whether you’re shopping for the RV of your dreams, or even thinking about exiting the RV lifestyle and want to sell your RV, the new PPL Motorhomes location in New Braunfels will offer the same great customer service and hassle free shopping that thousands have grown to expect at PPL Motorhomes. The hours of operation will be Monday thru Saturday, 9 to 5 for your convenience.

If you have any question about our new location, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We  are all very proud of being able to offer even more RV Consignment choices for our fellow Texans. If you live in the area, swing by and say “Hi!” we’d love to meet out new neighbors.

PPL Motorhomes Celebrates Texas Independence Day

If there is one thing we are proud of here at PPL Motorhomes, it’s being TEXAN! From the coastal plains of the gulf to the mountain and arid climate of Big Bend, from the hills of Central Texas, to the piney woods of East Texas. There is no other state in the Union that has a similar geography consisting of nearly every type of  natural environment you can imagine.

On March 2nd, 1836 Texas declared it’s independence from Mexico. With the document you see in the image above, “Mexican” Texans officially declared their succession from the rule of the Mexican government, and thus The Republic of Texas was born. The Republic of Texas was a sovereign state in North America, bordering the United States and Mexico, that existed from 1836 to 1846. The Republic actually also encompassed an area that included all of  our present state of Texas, as well as parts of present-day New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming.

Can you guess what the Republic’s flag looked like? You got it, it’s the same flag we fly across the state today. A single white star on a field of blue, flanked by a white stripe and a red stripe bisecting 2/3rds of the standard.

Did you know we also had our own presidents? Of course you did, if you’re a Texan…there’s a giant statue of one on I-45 North in Huntsville. You may, or may not know that after gaining their independence, the Texas voters had elected a Congress of 14 senators and 29 representatives in September 1836. The Constitution allowed the first president to serve for only two years, and set a three year term for all later presidents. We even had our own money.

The boundary according to the newly formed republic was the Rio Grande. However, Mexico disputed that boundary and considered the Nueces River the boundary. This was a continued source of friction and actually was a direct cause of the Mexican-American war after The US annexed Texas.

PPL Motorhomes LOVES Texas. We’ve all seen nearly every inch of this great state and can share with you all of the great sights and places to camp. If you have any questions about our favorite parks across Texas, don’t hesitate to give us a call. There’s a really good chance that we’ve been there, and if we haven’t we will be sooner than later.

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