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NERVDA talk show hits Facebook Live every Wednesday

NERVDA talk show hits Facebook Live every Wednesday

HOLDEN, Mass. — Launched quietly about a month ago, NERVDA is ready for prime time as the association moves to a true “Talk Show” format Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. EDT on the association’s Facebook page.

Co-hosts for the show are Bob Zagami, executive director of NERVDA and John DiPietro, a NERVDA associate member and New England radio and television personality. They work very well together and the 30-minute show moves quickly as they exchange conversations with NERVDA fans. It is not unusual to have one or two dealers join in and add color to the commentary.

While live online participation is still building, the key to shows like this are that they are archived on the association’s Facebook page and fans can view them at their leisure. The March 7th show now has over 3,000 views.

Zagami noted, “This show allows us to provide another feature for our associate members and keep their products and services in front of our 9,000+ active consumers that follow NERVDA on this site. We are looking forward to incorporating many of our associate members in the talk show in the month’s ahead.”

There is no charge to associate members, who pay only $250 a year to be part of NERVDA. RV manufacturers, suppliers, related businesses, campgrounds and non-related businesses can join NERVDA by calling Zagami at (617) 974-3739.

“We will promote all guests similar to the way we are letting everyone know about this week’s show with the Polk’s. RV Education 101 is one of the most respected education, training and video marketing producers in the RV industry today and enjoy a large following of consumer clients, dealers and supplier companies,” Zagami added.

SOURCE: NERVDA press release





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