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Hymer to sponsor Rollin’ On TV

Hymer to sponsor Rollin’ On TV

MATTAPOISETT, Mass. — Rollin’ On TV announced today that Erwin Hymer Group North America has signed on a sponsoring partner of show for 2017.

“After talking with Jim Hammill, president and CEO of the company, about Erwin Hymer Group North America and RoadTrek, as the company was formally known, Jim decided that being an advertising sponsor on our show would be a perfect fit for his company and their advertising marketing goals,” said Jose Moniz, producer of Rollin’ On TV.

“This advertising partnership was also a perfect fit for us because as our current sponsors know, with our advertising format, we don’t partner with sponsors that have primary, competing product lines, so having a Class B manufacturer filled that one RV manufacturer void we had open,” he explained.

“We’ve begun working with Jim and his advertising and marketing staff on new ads and promotions for the 2017 season and look forward to working together through-out the year,” he added.

Erwin Hymer Group is one of Europe’s leading caravan and motorhome manufacturers with 10-brands under one roof including popular brands, Burster and Hymer.

The Erwin Hymer Group North America is based in Kitchener, Ontario.

Rollin’ On TV is a weekly RV and camping television show with a weekly household reach of close to 40 million homes both on cable and satellite TV, said Moniz. The program can also be seen on the Rollin’ On TV website as well as our Facebook and other social media sites.

To view and episode, visit www.rollinontv.com.

SOURCE: Rollin’ On TV press release

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