This week’s guest is another “girl camper” of sorts. Jeannine Patané is the founder of RV Compass, a company that helps orchestrate RV rallies across the country. She is also in the process of authoring a book about upscale living in a recreation vehicle.
She lives and works from a 13-foot Scamp towable, and much of her niche has been planning events for people who own smaller fiberglass campers, but she’s looking to expand that.
She describes the services she can offer to RV dealers, clubs and organizations in orchestrating rallies, for which 90 percent of the work can be done online and the other 10 percent at the venue when she arrives.
Patané has enjoyed some incredible experiences traveling the nation without spending a fortune doing so. Women like her do a lot for the industry by inspiring other women to step out of their comfort zones and embrace a mobile lifestyle on their own.
For more information about RV Compass and the services Patané can provide, visit www.rvcompass.com.