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RVingPlanet reviews Forest River’s NOBO line

RVingPlanet reviews Forest River’s NOBO line

LOUISVILLE , Ky. – in association with provides an in depth look at the new Travel Trailer brand, No-Boundaries “NoBo” from Forest River. Filmed on location at the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, Nate Morse interviews Forest River Product Sales Manager Cody Schade to discuss the new features, amenities and targeted purchaser of this new RV brand.

The No Boundaries  light weight and very versatile travel trailers are the newest in the line-up of rugged trailers by Forest River and were designed to be easily towed by both four- and six-cylinder vehicles. The units available in three different series with varying weights from 2,000 on up to 5,000 pounds.

The NOBO line features adaptable storage in each model, providing space for kayaks, bikes, fishing gear, surf boards and so much more. Its rugged tires allow campers to venture off the beaten path to explore a little further than the ordinary camper can go, and the upscale interiors provide thoughtful designs including loads of storage, and so much more!

“The idea with the brand was to create a product that was easy enough for people to tow with a car they might already own, and something that to be able to use and go do the things that they love to do,” states Schade. “This product is going to be a huge appeal for anyone that’s an outdoor enthusiast, anybody that has an active lifestyle, and anybody that loves to camp. The product is designed to go a little bit farther outside the campground, and it’s designed to take all your toys and everything with you when you go.”

A review and 4k video can be found by clicking: Forest River NOBO.

SOURCE: press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett 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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