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Lance Camper sponsors Rollin’ On TV

Lance Camper sponsors Rollin’ On TV

MATTAPOISETT, Mass. — Rollin’ On TV today announced that Lance Camper has signed on as the newest advertising partner.

“Lance is a perfect partner for our program as it fits in well with our current family of advertisers and sponsors,” said Jose Moniz, producer of Rollin’ On TV. “We’re looking forward to working together with Bob Rogers and his team over at Lance on some interesting television and Internet promotional projects this year and in the future.”

Lance has been the most popular truck camper manufacturer since 1965 and is setting new standards with its line of lite travel trailers and toy haulers, said Moniz.

“Like our other sponsors, Lance Camper has had a long, stellar reputation for quality and customer service and we’re proud to have them as part of our Rollin’ On TV family,” said Moniz.

“I am excited to bring the Lance brand story of quality and innovation to the targeted nationwide TV and website audience of Rollin’ On TV,” said Bob Rogers, director of marketing at Lance. “To be successful, I was looking for more than just a 30-second ad and am confident the team at ROTV will use all the platforms and tools available to help viewers understand the benefits of what LIVE. LANCE. LIFE. are all about!”

Rollin’ On TV is a weekly RV and camping lifestyle show on television with a household reach on both cable and satellite TV of close to 40 million homes nationwide. The show can be seen on numerous stations network affiliate stations including FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC and WB stations along with major, regional sports networks including COX Sports Network, MIDCO Sports and NESN (New England Sports Network. Station and broadcast information is available on the TV schedule page of our web site at www.rollinontv.com.

SOURCE: Rollin’ On TV press release

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