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Visiting Marathon Oregon with Your Pet? Check Out Some Area Dog Parks!

April 7, 2016 0 Comments
Visiting Marathon Oregon with Your Pet? Check Out Some Area Dog Parks!

Whether our visitors have two legs or four, our goal is to provide an exceptional experience for the entire family. Marathon Coach is proud to be a pet friendly establishment where your pets are welcome to play, rest or nap with you during your stay here with us. In Service Center lounge you’ll notice comfortable […]

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How to Adjust Your Lighting Simply and Beautifully

March 28, 2016 0 Comments
How to Adjust Your Lighting Simply and Beautifully

This week’s how-to blog is aimed at illuminating users about adjusting your lighting simply and beautifully. See the Switch Lights Dimmer here: See the Dimming Lights video here:

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Hello Talulah!

March 14, 2016 0 Comments
Hello Talulah!

This happy-go-lucky Pomeranian, or perhaps Pom-Chi (the perfect blend of Pomeranian and Chihuahua), has a contagious dog smile and a penchant for playing. Adopted in 2015 by Marathon Drafter Leah Angelique and her spouse, this lucky dog is now used to living the good life. Six-year-old Talulah, also known as Lula, loves to hike, never […]

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Are You Ready for an HVAC Refresher?

February 29, 2016 0 Comments
Are You Ready for an HVAC Refresher?

Ever wonder about how to best work your coach’s HVAC unit? Wonder no more with this easy-to-follow how-to video .

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Marathon Homecoming: Mark Cascio

February 15, 2016 0 Comments
Marathon Homecoming: Mark Cascio

During his time as a Marathon Sales Consultant from 1996 to 2006, Mark Cascio was known for his laser focus on client relations and his encyclopedic knowledge of everything Marathon. Now he’s back home at Marathon Coach Florida and excited to visit with friends both old and new. “During my time with Marathon,” said Mark, […]

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Oregon wines for the Twilight in the Desert event

January 27, 2016 0 Comments
Oregon wines for the Twilight in the Desert event

If you are a lot owner in the Indio, California area then you might consider attending Marathon’s Twilight in the Desert event this February. Of course we will have coaches on display, but this article is about refreshments. You see, we have decided to do an Oregon theme to our wines being poured at the […]

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Marathon Coach Rolls Out the Audio/Video How-to

January 18, 2016 0 Comments
Marathon Coach Rolls Out the Audio/Video How-to

In order to better serve our clients, Marathon has filmed a how-to video for coach audio/video operations. Stay tuned for more how-to videos right here on the Marathon Coach blog. See the video here.

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Looking for Marathon? We’re in the Book: “Family Reunion: An Apocalypse Family Novel” by P. Mark DeBryan

January 5, 2016 0 Comments
Looking for Marathon? We’re in the Book: “Family Reunion: An Apocalypse Family Novel” by P. Mark DeBryan

We first heard from P. Mark DeBryan in early 2015. Obviously a vivacious man and rising star, he told us about a book he was working on, a zombie apocalypse book to be exact. When he said he had a few technical questions, we were unable to resist talking coaches, especially within the confines of […]

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Sunflower lights up Marathon

December 21, 2015 2 Comments
Sunflower lights up Marathon

Joy personified, but with a tail, Sunflower is a Cavachon – the perfect combination of Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichon Frise. At fifteen months old, this happy-go-lucky dog bounds when she runs, quickly evoking smiles from every corner of the Marathon facility. Denny shares the story the day he found her on the internet. […]

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The competition gets hot at Marathon’s annual chili cook-off

December 7, 2015 0 Comments
The competition gets hot at Marathon’s annual chili cook-off

Thursday, November 19, marked Marathon’s annual chili cook-off and the competition was hot! With eight judges, 12 chilies and over a hundred enthusiasts ready to taste, the day was nothing less than interesting. Special congratulations to John Atwood who won the “Red,” “Hot” and “Grand Ladle” categories. And congratulations to Rick Rice who won the […]

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