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RVIA creates RV campground on Fox & Friends

RESTON, Va. — A lineup of four RVs was showcased on the highly-viewed FOX & Friends morning program on Sun., June 28, a press release from the RV Industry Association announced. The RVIA public relations team worked with manufacturers and producers at FOX News to convert the sidewalk outside FOX’s Manhattan studio into a campground complete with campfires, picnic tables, a charcoal grill, and s’mores.

Products featured included a Type C Winnebago Winnie Minnie, a Type A Entegra Anthem provided by Jayco, a Rockwood HighWall folding camping trailer provided by Forest River, and an Airstream Sport trailer provided by Colonial RV (a Lakewood, N.J. dealership).

The morning broadcast included two interviews with RVIA President Richard Coon, which aired on FOX News, and an “after the show”segment for FOX’s website. Coon walked viewers through the amenities offered by the RVs and emphasized that there’s an RV for everyone.

“Twenty-two million will go RV camping this year,” Coon said. “Whether it’s a tent trailer or a luxury motorhome, RVs offer the comforts and features that will fit your budget or lifestyle. There’s something for everybody no matter what your pay range is. You can go from $6,000 to $450,000, and there will be similar amenities in each.”

All three segments can be viewed in the News Room at www.RVIA.org.

SOURCE: RVIA press release

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Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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