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Keep Your Sanity In A Roadtrek

I don’t know how much more of this I can take.

This world is crazy enough, and now comes the story from The Ohio State University that football coach Jim Tressel may have violated NCAA rules.

What!!!!!

The story goes that Tressel knew about his players selling memorabilia for cash and tattoos long before the University learned of it in December. It is a direct violation of NCAA rules and Tressel’s contract if he knew of violations and did not report them immediately.

It really doesn’t sound like such a big deal, but if the allegations are true, Ohio State would have no recourse but to fire a coach who has won 106 games and made three national championship game appearances in ten years as head coach.

So that’s it—I’m leaving. It’s time to get away from the madness—and if Jim Tressel gets fired that’s madness—with a long road trip in a Road Trek Class B motor home.

There is sanity with a Roadtrek. It’s the top selling Class B in North America for the past two decades, it handles easily in traffic, fits into car-sized parking spaces, and gets much better mileage than a full sized SUV. and that’s just the beginning.

The inside of Roadtrek may turn you into a fulltime traveler. Imagine your own bathroom, kitchen, bedroom and shower wherever you go—no more wasting time and money at expensive restaurants, no more packing things in and out of hotel rooms every night. A commercial once said that all hotel rooms look the same when you turn out the lights to sleep…and the same is true of as Roadtrek.

The other great feature of a Roadtrek is that it’s the perfect second vehicle. Whether it’s a trip to the grocery store, or your child’s ballet recital, the Roadtrek is perfect for hauling family and friends from one end of town to the other.

So start your trip to sanity today. Stop by Dave Arbogast at 3540 South County Road 25-A, Troy, Ohio, or check out our entire inventory online. Then call one of our van experts at 1-866-975-3287 and start your Roadtrek adventure today. If things go badly at Ohio State, you might even be able to give an old coach a ride!

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