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SALADO, TEXAS – Randy Bloomer, CEO of Bloomer Trailer Mfg., Inc. , announced SOM Trailers, owned by David Walther of Pevely, Missouri has been selected to represent the Bloomer Brand.
With the same integrity and customer service that has earned them high praise from the equine industry for over two decades Randy Bloomer, CEO, and owner of the Bloomer Brand, welcomes David Walther as a representative of Bloomer Trailers, built and headquartered in central Texas since 1998.
“I am pleased to introduce SOM Trailers will now be carrying our brand. David Walther’s commitment to excellence in the industry is exactly what we strive for every day,” continued Bloomer.
Walther believes the brand relationship is a good fit for him and his customers and, most importantly, a quality trailer that he is pleased to carry at his dealership. The Bloomer Brand is known to continually raise the bar in equine transportation, which is why the Brand was attractive to SOM Trailers.
“Honestly, I have never had one I couldn’t sell,” said Walther.
SOM began in 2012 selling used and refurbished and quickly learned that the Bloomer brand resale value was second to none, and they hold up as a trailer and hold value longer than most horse trailers.
“We sell a tremendous amount of living quarters trailers and mostly to serious rodeo people, and Bloomer has a huge brand loyalty following, and frankly, the Bloomer is the best money can buy. It’s just a perfect fit for us – Bloomer is the quality of trailer we want in our dealership, and the resale value is second to none, which means they hold up,” said SOM Trailers owner David Walther.
“We have never stopped challenging ourselves to find a better or safer way to protect our customers and their livestock. “I’ve just tried always to do what’s right and never stop trying to make my trailers better,” said Bloomer.
“When trailer shopping, the experience you have at a dealership is just as important as getting a fair price, and we feel very confident at SOM the Bloomer customer will get that high service standard we pride ourselves on, added Bloomer.
Being a competitive horseman, Randy is always striving for comfort and safety in Bloomer Trailers by developing new features for the owners and their precious cargo.
According to Randy Bloomer, the Texas-born businessman who began the company in 1998 and remained at the helm, the Made in America Bloomer line of trailers is now available in Missouri at SOM. Walther also cited the direct relationship he has with Bloomer as a key factor in representing the trailer company from Salado, Texas. “It’s a tight-knit family and company, and you don’t feel like you are getting any corporate run-around,” added Walther.
“We are a hands-on company, I have been building trailers for 22 years and my day to day role has not changed, my family and I take a direct approach relationship to every order, and it bothers me if there is an issue, I never want to make an apology for one of my trailers or dealers,” said Bloomer from the headquarters in Salado, Texas.
Bloomer’s commitment to excellence has helped the twenty-two-year-old family-owned and managed company carves out its reputation as the breakout leader in equine and livestock transportation that has fundamentally reshaped the industry.
“I only want the best for these animals and families that live their lives in these trailers, making sure the flexing and stress points just right keep me up at night, I wake up and go to bed thinking about it,” said Bloomer.
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