Bailey Price Freeze

Bailey Orion

Bailey of Bristol has enhanced its reputation for producing market leading value for money caravans by announcing a price freeze on all of its touring caravan model ranges. As a result the recommended retail prices for these products will remain unchanged from current levels (as at 12th August 2011 price list) for the remainder of this calendar year.

This decision follows a very successful week at the Motorhome & Caravan Show where Bailey secured retail orders for caravans and motorhomes to the value of £13 million – a total which has been exceeded only once before in the company’s sixty year history and one which re-affirms Bailey’s position as UK’s favourite touring caravan brand.

Retail sales at the event were split evenly across the four caravan product ranges, Unicorn (36 percent), Pegasus (32 percent), Olympus (20 percent) & Orion (12 percent), showing not only the current strength of the portfolio as a whole but also the diverse nature of visitors and buyers attracted to this record-breaking show.

Sales success on stand was mirrored in the results of The Caravan Club Design Awards Competitions announced during the exhibition – where models from the Bailey portfolio won four individual awards, more than any other manufacturer, and three top three placements. Again reflecting current sales patterns each of the Bailey product ranges now feature a category award winner.

The decision to hold prices is out-of-step with some of the other manufacturers who have implemented price increases on their model ranges following the show, meaning Bailey products now look even better value in the current market place. Understandably in the current economic climate these retail prices cannot be guaranteed indefinitely and this offer will be for a limited period only.

With overall standing stock in short supply availability for all models is likely to be strictly limited, therefore anybody considering a new Bailey caravan is advised to contact their local retailer as soon as possible to ensure that they do not miss out.

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