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King Jack exclusive OTA for two Keystone travel trailers

King Jack exclusive OTA for two Keystone travel trailers

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — King is bringing its Jack antenna to two more Keystone travel-trailer series.

The King Jack will now come standard as the exclusive over-the-air (OTA) digital HDTV antenna on all new East Coast orders of the Springdale and all new orders of the Summerland. Springdale offers up to 30 floorplans ranging from 21 feet to 32 feet, while Summerland offers 17 total floorplan options ranging in length from 21 feet to 34 feet.

“From new floorplan designs to patented inventions, Keystone continues to lead the way in product innovation,” said Jeremy Buckmeier, King’s national sales manager for OEMs. “They show great dedication to and anticipation of customer needs with high-quality features, and we couldn’t be more proud that the Jack is one of them.”

“We’re extremely excited to continue our growing partnership with King,” added Product Manager Dustin Tavernier of Keystone. “We’re confident that King’s history of innovation and product excellence, combined with our expanding product family, will provide the very best entertainment experience for our owners.”

The King Jack offers RVers a wealth of features and advantages, including a wider reception range, superior UHF reception, easy antenna rotation, and a compact, aerodynamic design that is 70 percent smaller and requires less roof space than traditional RV antennas, a release from the company stated.

To learn more, visit www.KeystoneRV.com.

SOURCE: King press release

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