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Active RV Upholstery Center is featured on American RVer

Active RV Upholstery Center is featured on American RVer

YUMA, Ariz. – Active RV Upholstery Center in Yuma, Arizona, has expanded its already extensive RV product lines. The company now offers custom front 100 percent tailor-made sheepskin captain chair seat covers for Class A and Class C motorhomes. This is in addition to the popular RV dash covers, Rv bra/mask manufactured by the company as well as its custom upholstery services.

In January´s episode of American RVer, they show viewers how to measure for and install their own seat covers so they can enjoy all sheepskin has to offer.

Owner Daniel Tuller says: “It’s all about being comfortable. Sheepskin is well known to help relieve the pressure points in the back, neck, shoulders and legs. Providing travel without friction or aching muscles.”

He adds, “The thick luxurious fibers also protect the motorhome’s upholstery from wear and tear. The sheepskin seat cover can actually preserve the value of the motorhome by keeping the seats looking like new. Some of our customers purchase sheepskin motorhome seat covers to cover the existing wear and tear to their captain chairs as an alternative to having them reupholstered.”

The company is offering 10 percent off coupon code: Americanrver, which is  valid until Feb 2. RVers can use this coupon code on any of their custom products on Active RV’s new mobile-friendly website.

Custom RV Products may be ordered directly from the company website at www.rvcaptainchaircovers.com or by phone at (800) 393-2169. All products have a 30-day satisfaction guarantee!

Says Tuller, “We pride ourselves in outstanding quality control and great customer service!”

SOURCE: Active RV Upholstery Center press release








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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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