Gary Bunzer, the “RV Doctor,” and RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury will appear on a live one-hour webcast this coming Saturday (Oct. 22) at 9 a.m., Pacific Time. Information about where to watch will appear in that day’s RVtravel.com newsletter, according to a news release.
Bunzer is the author of the highly successful manual on RV repair and maintenance, the Woodall’s RV Owner’s Handbook. His column and articles about RVing have appeared for more than 35 years in popular RV periodicals, and more recently also on his website, RVdoctor.com.
Woodbury has traveled and written about the RV lifestyle for more than three decades. His website RVtravel.com and network of blogs about RVing attract more than a quarter million RVers a month.
The two RVing personalities will talk about RV maintenance and repair and the RV lifestyle, and respond to questions from viewers who can participate via live chat. The free webcast will originate from the offices of RVbookstore.com in Edmonds, Wash.
The first issue issue of a monthly online newsletter by Gary Bunzer, the “RV Doctor,” will debut May 25 to more than 7,000 RVers.
“The RV Doctor Newsletter” will include tech tips from Bunzer, answers to questions from readers and a short video of some aspect of RV repair and maintenance. The newsletter will be produced by RVtravel.com, which has issued a popular weekly online newsletter since 2001 with approximately 250,000 readers a month, according to a news release.
A limited number of advertising positions are available within the new newsletter. Each will consist of a headline, graphic and 50-60 words of copy, along with a link.
“These pull at least 50 to 100 times better than a banner,” said RVtravel.com Publisher Chuck Woodbury, who can provide more information. Email him at chuck@RVtravel.com .
Bunzer has served the RV industry since 1968 and continues to author technical articles, troubleshooting tips, installation guides and owners’ manuals for RV owners, suppliers and manufacturers. He writes and edits textbooks and curriculum materials for Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA.
His column, “The RV Doctor,” has been in continuous monthly publication for more than 35 years. Bunzer is also the author of Woodall’s RV Owner’s Handbook, a popular, do-it-yourself manual. In 2009, Bunzer was awarded the National Education Service Award by RVIA for his many contributions to RV technical education.
Bunzer is one of the RV industry’s most sought after speakers at both the trade and consumer levels.
Gary Bunzer, the “RV Doctor,” is now appearing on “RV Buddies” and heading up the Product Tech section of the website with some exclusive features.
“I couldn’t be happier to have Gary be a part of ‘RV Buddies,”‘ Mark Summers, executive producer of the show, stated in a news release. “Gary’s wealth of knowledge and integrity complement “RV Buddies”‘ mission to serve both the industry and RVer alike.”
There is a form on the “Product Tech” page for website visitors to submit their questions to Bunzer.
“I literally receive thousands of questions each season,” says Bunzer, “And we’ll address topics that are most important and relevant to all RVers.”
Bunzer’s responses will be limited to the living portion of the RV and the integral RV systems and components. Engine, chassis and drive train issues will not be covered.
Questions submitted by “RV Buddies’” viewers will be answered in posted articles. And Bunzer plans to produce a video response each month. These will be added to the “RV Buddies” video player library.
Advertisers interested in sponsoring the Product Tech category should contact Bunzer or Summers at Mark@RVBuddies.Net.
Bunzer has been serving the RV industry since 1968 and author’s technical articles, troubleshooting tips, installation guides and owner’s manuals for RV owners, suppliers and manufacturers. Bunzer also writes and edits textbooks and curriculum materials for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) and authored “Woodall’s RV Owner’s Handbook.”
His column, “The RV Doctor,” has been in continuous monthly publication for over 34 years and is now a featured component on RV Buddies. For more information visit www.RVDoctor.com.
Gary Bunzer, the “RV Doctor,” will appear in a live webcast from the warehouse of RVbookstore.com on Saturday (Dec. 18) from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., PST.
Bunzer’s “RV Doctor” column has appeared in many RV consumer and trade publications since 1976 and at RVdoctor.com. In Saturday’s webcast, he will respond to e-mailed questions from viewers about RV repair and maintenance in the event sponsored by RV Comfort Systems of Bothell, Wash.
Bunzer is the author of the “RV Owner’s Handbook” and the host of the DVD “Do it Yourself RV Care.” Earlier this year, he received the National Education Service Award from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA). “You will find no greater champion for RV technical education than Gary Bunzer,” said then-RVIA chairman Jim Sheldon in presenting the award.
This is the eighth in a series of live webcasts hosted by www.RVtravel.com. Since the series began, more than a quarter million RV enthusiasts have watched it either live, on YouTube, or at its syndicated websites including RVdoctorVideos.com.
RVers who wish to ask Bunzer a question about RV repair or maintenance can email it to him at TalkToUs@RVtravel.com before or during the webcast.
Gary Bunzer, “the RV Doctor,” will appear live on a webcast from the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show Saturday (Sept. 18) from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., EST. The live web event can be viewed at RVtravel.com.
Bunzer’s “RV Doctor” column has appeared in many RV consumer and trade publications since 1976 and at RVdoctor.com. In Saturday’s webcast, he will respond to e-mailed questions from viewers in the RVtravel.com-sponsored event from the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.
This is the seventh in a series of webcasts sponsored by RVtravel.com. Since the series began, more than 120,000 RV enthusiasts have watched either live, in its archives or at RVdoctorVideos.com.
Editor’s Note: Chuck Woodbury, noted RV industry writer and editor, has begun a cross-country trek by motorhome. Read about the start of his journey below, as reported on www.rvtravel.com.
I’m off and running (driving, actually) on a two- to three-month motorhome adventure across America, from the Northwest to Northeast and then to who knows where? My daughter Emily will be with me the first two weeks, and then I will be on my own — a rolling stone.
Be sure to look for me at the big Hershey, Pa., RV Show Sept. 15-18. Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, and I will do a live webcast from there Saturday, Sept. 18 at 1 p.m., Eastern time (10 a.m. Western time). Please join our audience. I plan other live webcasts as well from RV parks and campgrounds across America (more about this later).
I’ll write a lot this trip, posting short updates on Twitter and writing often in my blog. I will also provide updates most days right here in the newsletter. So return here often each week and look for the trip update logo below.
That’s about it for my opening comments. Now, I need to get everything packed up and ready, and leave some extra time for map studying and daydreaming about the road ahead.
Friday evening, 10 p.m. (Pacific): We didn’t leave Seattle until 2 p.m., and then drove straight through on I-90 to Post Falls, Idaho — just beyond the Washington/Idaho border. Emily was quiet today, very sad about leaving her childhood friends as she heads off to her freshman year of college in New York. So most of the drive we didn’t talk — each occupied with our own thoughts. The late afternoon light on the rolling hills of eastern Washington was spectacular. It’s warm here tonight in Post Falls. Tomorrow we plan to stay in Billings, Montana. UPDATE Saturday, 7 a.m. I’m up early to read emails from readers to see if I made any typos or other mistakes. Emily is sleeping in. Gorgeous morning. UPDATE: Sunday 10 p.m. Visited Battle of Big Horn site today, now camped in park campground in Devil’s Tower National Monument. Gorgeous scene here, now with a billion stars in the night sky. More trip updates coming twice a day (most days) throughout the trip. So keep checking back.
The “RV Doctor,” Gary Bunzer, will appear on a live video broadcast at RVtravel.com on Saturday, Aug. 1, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., PST.
“Gary will appear in real time video on the same web page as our weekly newsletter,” said RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury in a news release. “All readers at that time will see the live broadcast as it happens. They will be invited to submit questions to Gary by e-mail about RV repair and maintenance, which he will answer in real time as they watch.”
The RVtravel.com newsletter is in its eighth year of publication and is read by approximately 75,000 RVers a week, most on Saturdays.
Bunzer has served the RV industry since 1968 and continues to author technical articles, troubleshooting tips, installation guides and owner’s manuals for RV owners, suppliers and manufacturers. Additionally, he writes and edits textbooks and curriculum materials for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) and is a popular speaker at RV shows around the United States.
His column, The RV Doctor, has been in continuous monthly publication for 33 years and is a regular weekly feature in the RVtravel.com newsletter. He is also the author of Woodall’s RV Owner’s Handbook, a best-selling do-it-yourself manual for all RVs and the host of the DVD Do It Yourself RV Care.