Portable RV Deck Rolling Out at Louisville Show

November 30, 2013 by · Comments Off on Portable RV Deck Rolling Out at Louisville Show 

RV Deck Artisan Series

Decked Out RV Products Inc. announced the launch of its low-profile, lightweight, portable decks designed specifically for RV owners. According to a press release, the RV Deck offers the convenience of a deck that can be used anywhere RVers call home – an option not previously available to RVers on the move.

The company will be showing product in Booth No. 215A in the North Wing Lobby Hall of the Kentucky Exposition Center as part of the Dec. 3-5 51st Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.

“In an industry that is continuously seeking enhancements for its consumers, the RV Deck and the Sidekick offer the next evolution in outdoor accessories, further reinforcing the ‘home away from home’ convenience RVing is known for,” says Lyall Wiebe, president of Decked Out RV Products. “Based on our research of the marketplace, this is the first truly portable deck that can easily go everywhere RVers travel.”

When traveling, the RV Deck stores in a transport case under the RV or in a lower storage compartment. Because the deck is low profile and the transport case is only 4 1/2 inches deep, RVers won’t sacrifice valuable storage space, the company said. The RV Deck and Sidekick are also lightweight, quick and simple to set up.

The decks come in four sizes with four attractive low-maintenance surface options. The Shore Series offers engineered composite surfaces in teak and in mahogany while the Alfresco Series is sapele and the Artisan Series is Teak.

“With all the portable amenities now available to RVers, people expect their RV will have an air conditioner, an awning, a slide-out – all the conveniences that make their RV a comfortable home to travel in,” said Wiebe. “Conveniences have evolved into necessities. We expect the RV Deck is the newest ‘must have’ enhancement.”

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