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Podcast 138 features Rollin’ On TV founder

Podcast 138 features Rollin’ On TV founder

On the eve of Memorial Day weekend, Episode 138 of RV Industry News begins with a review of just how busy the RV and outdoor hospitality industries are expecting to be this summer.

One guy who knows a lot about the surging RV lifestyle is Jose Moniz, the founder and producer of Rollin’ On TV, which is a real industry success story. He started the show several years ago and has worked diligently to get the 30-minute episodes broadcast on cable networks around the country.

He describes the mission of Rollin’ On TV and why he believes the show’s popularity is increasing year after year. He is seeing tremendous interest in RVing from the Hispanic community, and that mirrors a prediction made by a futurist speaking at an RV Industry Association event a few years ago.

There are so many Hispanic families tuning into Rollin’ On TV today that Moniz has added Spanish subtitles to the shows.

A number of big players have signed on to support Rollin’ On TV in the past few years and he discusses ways in which the show can help RV-related businesses introduce new products to the consumer market.

Moniz has made quite an investment in equipment to shoot videos and edit them into compelling shows. The fast-paced upbeat shows always shine a very positive light on the RV industry and the lifestyle.  People who don’t tune into the shows on local cable channels can watch them on any computer, smartphone or tablet.

The Rollin On TV website has 20 webpages full of links to previous shows, so people can binge watch all weekend long, if they can’t get a reservation at a campground. The shows are excellent resources for learning about RV products and things people can do with their RVs.

For more information or to view the shows, visit

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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