RV Owners’ Critiques Shared with OEMS at Show
RV manufacturers appeared genuinely interested in the opinion survey results from RV owners made available to them last week at the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
Steve Anderson, editor of Workamper News, arrived in Louisville with over 1,700 survey results in hand to share with the RV manufacturers, according to a news release. Subscribers of Workamper News were asked to share their questions and input for this survey in regards to helping to improve on the RVing lifestyle. A large part of Workamper News subscribers live full time in their RVs.
CEOs and top management of the manufacturer attendees were open to the subscribers’ survey results, saying that they appreciate any input and questions from the Workamper News organization and would act on the results immediately, said Anderson who was attending his firts national show since acquiring the Heber Springs, Ark.-based publishing firm in 2005.
For example, Jayco Inc. representative Paul Gardner said because of owners’ past feedback and suggestions, his company has made significant cosmetic changes in some of their coaches for 2010.
Anderson said he is extending an open hand to all RV manufacturers to help promote their businesses to his subscribers
Anderson said his primary goal at the show was to introduce himself and his organization to the RV manufacturers and to offer his services of working hand-in-hand with the industry leaders in promoting them to his 73,000-reader base.
Manufacturers can contact Workamper News for more information at (800) 446-5627, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.workamper.com.