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RV Family Summit interviews Workamper News’ Collier

HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. — Sharee Collier is a surprise special guest this Saturday as part of the 12-day RV Family Summit at featuring 24 additional RV speakers on topic centered around full-time family travel.

Michelle Abraham announced earlier today on the RV Family Summit Facebook page, that she would be interviewing Sharee Collier, wife, mother, writer and director of operations for leading RV community site Workamper News.

With so many questions coming from people inside the private group on what exactly Workamping is and how it works, Abraham jumped at the chance to interview Collier for the Summit. Collier says, “I’m thrilled to participate and eager to help other families start Workamping and earning money along the way!”

Collier was brought into the Workamper News family late last year, following almost a year of contributing to the bi-monthly print publication as an industry expert on family travel and workamping.

During the Summit, Collier will discuss the basics of the workamping lifestyle, provide ideas of several workamping jobs, and give away some free goodies like a Gold Membership Promo Code and E-book about Workamping at Amazon’s Camperforce program, which she personally completed three times.

Register for the summit to catch this fun interview.

For more information, inspiration and updates from Sharee head to where you can keep up with her travel family.

Source: Workamper News press release

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt 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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