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HGTV RV 2013 features Fleetwood, American Coach

Decatur, Ind. — Fleetwood RV will be featured on HGTV’s special program RV 2013 Jan. 1 at 6 p.m. EST and PST.

RV 2013 features HGTV’s host, Brandon Johnson, as he leads lucky families on the shopping trip of a lifetime as they search for their perfect RV at America’s Largest RV Show, held in Hershey, Pa.  

“It was a delight, once again, to work with HGTV and the Nancy Glass Production Company to bring such an entertaining and informative program to so many people,” said Rebecca Lenington, executive vice president of the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association, which sponsors the RV show. “We can’t wait to see the final product.”

Fleetwood’s top Class A models, the Excursion 35B and the Discovery 40E, along with its popular Class C model, the Jamboree Sport 28Z, will be the highlighted throughout the program.  American Coach, its luxury motorcoach division, received special recognition for the 2013 American Heritage, featuring a gourmet galley and lavish amenities abound, the company noted in a press release.  

Viewers can tune in New Year’s Day to see more of the American Heritage.

“We’re pleased to be included in HGTV’s RV 2013 program,” said John Draheim, CEO and president of Fleetwood RV. “This recognition reinforces our commitment to listening to our customers and creating designs that inspire and lead the industry in innovation, quality and value.”

For more information about Fleetwood RV products, call 800.322.8216 or visit

SOURCE: Fleetwood RV press release and Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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