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RVLove is joining RV Nomads project

RVLove is joining RV Nomads project

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Nomadic Life Films, the studio behind RV Nomads, an upcoming feature-length documentary exploring the full-time RV movement, has announced that Marc and Julie Bennett of RVLove will join the project in an expanded capacity.

The Bennetts will take part in the film’s story arc as full-time RVing cast members and will help manage development for the production studio. They will also serve as project advisors as production begins in 2018.

The Bennetts are well known in the full-time RV movement, having successfully established their brand (RVLove) as a visible and respected resource for RVers. They also founded and manage the RV Success School, a learning system considered by many RVers and industry brands to be on the leading edge of online training for RVers of all levels of experience.

Aside from being experienced and respected full-time RVers, the creators of RVLove.com and personalities behind their popular YouTube channel, the Bennetts bring a combined wealth of business and marketing experience to the RV Nomads film project. In their previous careers, they have both worked on inspiring, high profile projects backed by a passionate movement that has helped elevate each project’s success,

Until recently, Marc Bennett was director of operations for an e-commerce company that grew from zero to nearly half a billion dollars in sales in four years, working with the executive team to support the company through an exponential growth period. Prior to that, he was the program manager and contest judge for the Body-for-LIFE fitness contest (based on the book by New York Times bestselling author Bill Phillips) and recruited, inspired and trained representatives for the transformational Body-for-LIFE movement.

His first experience in a luxury RV was when he led a high profile national tour traveling the U.S. in a fully wrapped Body-for-LIFE branded Prevost Class A Motorhome to maximize media publicity while distributing prizes to contest winners around the country while managing a multi-million dollar budget.

As a communications and marketing entrepreneur, Julie Bennett worked and promoted several internationally renowned bestselling authors and was involved in the related grass-roots marketing campaigns for three documentaries in niche markets, including The Secret which grossed over $65 million in domestic DVD Sales; What the Bleep Do We Know, a sleeper hit that grossed over $16 million globally; and Indigo, which played in 603 locations around the world and grossed $1.2 million.

Julie built a startup company, taking it from zero to $1 million in revenue in three years, as it became a leading industry brand in the area of personal transformation. She also project managed the PwC Forbes Global CEO Conference in Sydney, Australia, and managed the public relations for job site Monster.com and parent global advertising agency TMP Worldwide.

The Bennetts bring to the RV Nomads story a sub-narrative of entrepreneurship that will translate on film in a powerful way. Their partnership with the studio will push new potential into the mix as the motion picture begins to gain steam going into the 2018 production and full release phases.

The Bennetts live in a 2012 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 36-foot gas motorhome and tow a 2006 MINI Cooper S Convertible for exploring and running errands. Their YouTube channel boasts more than 15,000 subscribers and nearly 1-1/2 million video views.

For more information visit www.openroadrvnomads.com.

Source: Nomadic Life Films 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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