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The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) has announced an expansion of its partnership with Sherwin Williams, the US-based paint company with more than 4,000 stores nationwide, according to a press release. 

The expanded partnership centers around an exclusive discount offered only to ARVC members. With this exclusive discount ARVC members will receive 30% off any paint, any time and 15% off all associated products, such as paint brushes, ladders, pressure washers, tape, etc.

Last year, ARVC members purchased more than $140,000 in paint and supplies, saving owners an average of $300 per year.

“When you consider the average 100-site park owner pays $285 a year in dues, this one discount alone more than pays for that park’s membership,” says David Basler, vice president of membership and marketing. “Our goal is to build on our existing portfolio of benefits to help our members save money. That’s what we’re here for — to help our members be more successful.”

In addition to discounts on paint and supplies, the expanded partnership also provides ARVC members with free delivery within 24 hours of placing an order and access to a team of more than 2,500 local Sherwin Williams field reps available for park visits to help owners select the right type of paint for the job.

“ARVC has spent years building a portfolio of benefits that provides unmatched value for all our members and we are proud to be partners with Sherwin Williams,” says Paul Bambei, president and CEO. “Our members are able to pick and choose which benefits are right for their park — customizing a package to fit their needs. That’s the purchasing power exclusive to an ARVC membership.”

ARVC currently has more than 20 companies in its Member Benefit Provider program offering exclusive discounts to ARVC members on everything from paint and supplies to propane, health insurance, equipment and music licensing, noted the release. 

To learn more about how to access your Sherwin Williams discount as an ARVC member, contact Madeline Hinkfuss at [email protected] or (303) 681-0401 x 102.