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nüCamp RV introduces new branding for its teardrop trailers

nüCamp RV introduces new branding for its teardrop trailers

SUGARCREEK, Ohio — nüCamp RV introduced two new packages for its teardrop trailers, the T@B teardrop camper and the T@G teardrop trailers. The new options now available for buyers include an off-road package and a luxury package.

The Boondock package, formerly known as the Outback package, targets teardrop camper trailer enthusiasts seeking an off-road experience. The new name hints at a more durable and rugged off-road camper. Available for the T@B 320 S, the T@b 320 U, the T@G and T@G XL models, the Boondock features everything needed for off-road camping adventures.

The exterior features rugged off-road wheels and a roof rack with a cargo basket and spare tire. The Boondock package also boasts a pitched axle and a custom diamond plate tongue box, giving it a tough, durable appearance. The Boondock interior features Marmoleum flooring, a highly durable, anti-microbial material that is easy to maintain.

Campers looking for an upscale luxurious experience can now upgrade the T@G line of campers with the addition of the Sofitel Package. The Sofitel Package brings elegance to the company’s smallest form factor camper that can be towed virtually anywhere with a hitch. The Sofitel Package features a plus faux-leather interior, upscale cabinetry and hardware in the exterior gallery, birch ceiling, the FROLI Sleep System, custom alloy wheels and many other luxurious appointments snot available in the base T@G model. The Sofitel Package is also available for the T@B line of campers.

Read more at https:nucamprv.com.

SOURCE: nüCamp RV press release

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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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