The September webisode on AmericanRVer.com will track hosts Jim and Peggy Grich as they test the new Foris 850, Rand McNally’s hand-held GPS.
According to a press release, the webisode highlights the device’s features, which include settings for hiking, bicycling, trail riding and geocaching.
Also in the September webisode of American RVer, Peggy Grich tours the Lite Five, Winnebago Industries Inc.’s newly introduced fifth-wheel, with sales representative Jeff Baker.
AmericanRVer.com is designed to provide RVers with information, entertainment and RV specific tips. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and are about 20 minutes in length. The shows stream through your computer, iPad, Smart Phone, or eBook Reader.
Viewers may subscribe to the monthly feed through Apple’s iTunes Store or may watch the shows in high definition, with full-screen video at www.VIMEO.com. Just search for American RVer. Webisodes are also available on the American RVer website.
The February webisode of AmericanRVer.com will examine several iPad apps that make the RV travel easier in the “RV Tips and Tricks” segment, hosted by Ron and Sandy Jones.
In addition, American RVer host Peggy Grich introduces Bob and Paige Riewe who are volunteers with the NOMADS, a service arm of the United Methodist Church. Also, Ed Cowen from Alliance Coach offers some helpful information about RV tires, from buying new tires to proper tire inflation pressure.
AmericanRVer.com is designed to provide RVers with information, entertainment and tips specifically for them. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and are about 20 minutes in length. They will stream through your computer, iPad, SmartPhone or eBook Reader. RVers can also subscribe to the monthly feed through Apple’s iTunes Store. Shows are available for viewing in high definition or full-screen video at www.VIMEO.com. Just search for American RVer.
The February webisode featured on AmericanRVer.com offers a look at the new 2014 Monaco Dynasty Class A motorhome, according to a press release.
Peggy Grich, host of “American RVer,” takes a tour of the coach with Monaco representative Toby Cruise at last month’s Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa.
“The new Dynasty features an exterior entertainment center, new front-end design and beautiful full-body paint and graphics, as well as numerous residential-style interior amenities, including a huge shower and rear bath,” said Grich. “There is plenty of room in the kitchen for entertaining and the living area is designed for comfort. I love the interior, and my husband, Jim, loves all the upgraded mechanical and electronic ‘stuff.’”
In the “RV Tips and Tricks” segment, Ron Jones highlights ways to conserve water when dry camping. Also, in the “Tech Tip” segment, Ed Cowan of Alliance Coach gives insight into how to keep RV air conditioning units running cool as summer approaches.
AmericanRVer.com is designed to provide information, entertainment and tips specifically for RVers. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and are about 20 minutes in length. They will stream through a computer, iPad, SmartPhone or eBook Reader. People can also subscribe to the monthly feed through Apple’s iTunes Store.
Jim and Peggy Grich are full-time RVers and have been the producers and hosts of “American RVer” for over six years. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind., will be featured on this month’s AmericanRVer.com, an Internet-based TV show.
According to a press release, creators Jim and Peggy Grich toured the Hall of Fame with historian Al Hasselbart. Viewers will see vintage and one-of-a-kind RVs including a 1915 Model T style RV, a converted 1976 Cadillac and a 1931 Chevrolet House Car given to Mae West for her Hollywood film shoots. Hasslebart offers background and historical perspectives during the segment on many of the museum’s displayed vehicles.
In addition, this month’s “Tech Tip” shows viewers how to care for their house and chassis batteries for a trouble-free service life.
This webisode is available to view anytime during the month of August for free at AmericanRVer.com. Previous shows are also archived and available for downloading.
In its fifth year of producing monthly webisodes for RV enthusiasts, American RVer traveled to north Florida to spotlight Alliance Coach.
In the segment, host Peggy Grich interviews Brett Howard, vice president of Alliance Coach. Viewers will get a close-up look of the service facility, which includes 42 indoor bays and 15 outdoor service sites, a full paint and body shop, as well as cabinetry, woodworking and metal fabrication areas, along with a tour of the customer campground.
In addition, Howard details how the company started and gives viewers an insight into his background and plans for future company expansion.
Audio and video versions of the free show can be found at www.americanrver.com. The show is also available online at iTunes. All previous webisodes are archived on the site.