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Miller’s Trailer Sales celebrates 50 years in business

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
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r Miller’s Trailer Sales has been a fixture in Spanish Fork for the last 50 years. The family business was opened in 1968 by Roy Miller on a lot near 800 North and Main Street. Three years later, Miller’s moved to their present location, just off Highway 6 at 950 E. 800 N., where they have added on 4 times since 1971.

Roy Miller retired in 2005 and his son Rod took over the business. Rod has been a working in the family business since he was 15 years old. He has a son, Brett, who plans to take over him who has been working at Miller’s for 10 year’s now.

Miller’s started out with an inventory of 3 trailers. They made a name for themselves selling slide-in truck shells and campers, later adding travel trailers and motorhomes. Some of the most popular products today are toy haulers – a hybrid camping trailer with a towing space for all-terrain vehicles.

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With the RV industry growing, Miller’s expects to be around for a very long time. “More and more people are joining the RV lifestyle from weekend camping trips to selling their homes and becoming full-time RV dwellers and traveling the country,” said Rod.

Rod credits their success to good customer service and a family feel. “We have lots and lots of repeat customers, so we must be taking care of them,” he said.

To celebrate 50 years of low prices and great service, Miller’s Trailer will have different sales going each month all year. Trailers and accessories will be offered at discounted prices.

Miller’s hours are:rMonday through Friday: 9 – 6rSaturday: 9 – 5rClosed Sundays

 

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