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RV Education 101 launches DIY video series

RV Education 101 launches DIY video series

HARRELLS, N.C. — RV Education 101 recently launched an RV do-it-yourself (DIY) video series designed to demonstrate some easy how-to projects and product installations that RV owners can make to their units.

“We are updating some of our older DVD titles in 2015 and Keystone RV loaned us a Keystone Passport travel trailer to use in the video production updates,” said Mark Polk, founder of RV Education 101. “I thought, while we had the travel trailer why not produce an RV DIY video series that would be beneficial to RV owners who want to do some simple do-it-yourself projects on their RVs. I contacted Keystone about the idea and they gave me the go ahead so we moved forward with the project.”

Dawn Polk, co-owner and sales and marketing director, added, “The Keystone Passport project travel trailer will be sent to a dealership and sold to a customer when we are finished with all of our filming. One lucky customer will get some nice upgrades when they purchase the travel trailer.”

To watch all of the videos in the RV DIY Project Video Series, visit the RV Education 101 YouTube channel by clicking here.

Jim Mac, Keystone RV Company communications director, said the company was excited to work with the Polks and RV Education 101 as a way to help RV owners get more enjoyment from their campers.

“With more and more first time buyers entering the lifestyle, we felt there was a need for good educational materials on how to use and enjoy your RV,” said Mac. “Mark’s series is a great step in filling these needs.”

RV Education 101 produces product videos and consumer educational training videos. All RV Education 101 training products are available at

SOURCE: RV Education 101 press release

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  1. Education 101, keep up the good work.