Prepping for ’22; Great Alaskan Holidays Hires New RV Tech

Anchorage, Alaska  –  Great Alaskan Holidays (, Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business headquartered in Anchorage, continues to strengthen their team of motor home sales and rental technical support members.  The company is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Nate Solomon as their newest RV Technician.

 Mr. Solomon has been in the RV technical repair and maintenance profession for over 10 years now.  Prior to his arrival at Great Alaskan Holidays, Mr. Solomon was an RV technician with Arctic RV in Fairbanks, and a Production Foreman with Bulletproof Trailers (also in Fairbanks).  Mr. Solomon was also one of the State of Alaska’s first responders, acting as a volunteer fire fighter in both Fairbanks and Delta Junction.  He has additional experience in the construction and farming industries.  Having been born and raised in a military family in Aurora, Colorado, Mr. Solomon now calls Alaska his home.

“Great Alaskan Holidays is pretty excited to have Nate on board with us as a valued RV Technician”, says Bob Johnson, the firm’s Director of Marketing.  “Reliable technical expertise in an RV Tech is hard to find in Alaska.  They’re pretty important to our entire operation, especially when you consider how Great Alaskan Holidays strives for total safety and customer satisfaction in our customer motor home rentals.  We’re very glad to have Nate on our team of RV professionals”.

About Great Alaskan Holidays – Great Alaskan Holidays is an Alaskan-based firm located at 9800 Old Seward Highway in Anchorage, and specializes in RV rental, sales, and service.  Since 1985 the firm has grown from a 5-motorhome rental company to the largest of its kind in Alaska, currently with a 27,000-square foot facility on 8 acres of land, and hundreds of RV’s available for rent or sale.  For more information, please visit us at, or search for ‘Great Alaskan Holidays’ on Facebook  Bob Johnson, Director of Marketing, may be reached directly by calling (907) 677-4536.




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