“Rollin’ On TV” has begun working with TrailerChix.com, a lifestyle e-magazine with readers in over 57 countries, focused on the millions of women and men who live in small eco-friendly footprints.
Beginning with this week’s program viewers will be able to watch video content produced by TrailerChix with a whole new twist and fresh approach to RVing and camping.
For the past six-months we have been working together with Shelah Johnson, creator and editor in chief of TrailerChix on story ideas that will be of interest to not only women but men and families that enjoy RVing and basically, living luxuriously in smaller spaces.
June 3 kicks off Glamping Week and on this episode Britta Nelson gives us a quick insight into “Glamping” along with a couple of quick snack ideas.
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TrailerChix (http://www.trailerchix.com ), a lifestyle e-magazine focused on the millions of women who aspire to live in small footprints without giving up glamour and elegance, will kick off their viewer interactive 14-day trip in Lund, Canada, on Aug. 21 and will end in Hollywood, Calif., along Highway 101 on Sept. 5.
Four editors from TrailerChix, with the help of their video production crew, will provide valuable ideas, demonstrate galley culinary skills and show some design ideas for the small living, according to a news release.
There are over an estimated 8.3 million RV owners in the United States. Once thought to be only for the retired community, RV living’s popularity is growing for the 34- to 54-year-olds.
“This group wants more style. They want more opportunities to be their authentic selves,” said Shelah Johnson, editor in chief. “We are seeing an increase in full-timers living year round in travel trailers, tiny houses, floating homes, sail boats, refabs, like the popular shipping container conversions – anything that supports our growing eco and social sensitivities. These small footprints give people a much needed sense of freedom and independence. But that does not mean they want to give up design or good food as décor and cuisine is very much part of the conversation. Our goal is to show them they can live a great style while living green. ”
Each day TrailerChix’s film and production team will push video content to the web so viewers can closely follow their journey. “We want to give people the feeling they are traveling with us.” said Johnson “We hope to show that you can actually make a simpler life work and work beautifully”.
In the spirit of traveling, TrailerChix will introduce the readers to the locals, share some crazy roadside attractions and provide an inside look at some great small eco-friendly living ideas. In addition five nights will be open to fellow travelers who would like the opportunity to share the spotlight and show off their own green solutions and fabulous designs ideas.