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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Noting that it is always eager to hear feedback from customers and read positive reviews on blogs, in magazines and in newsletters, Camco Manufacturing discovered that one of its products, the PowerGrip 50-amp 30-foot extension cord, found a use outside of the RVing community.

A writer at Teslarati, an online lifestyle publication devoted to the Tesla community, discovered that Camco’s PowerGrip 50-amp extension cord was the perfect solution for plugging in his Tesla when he needed more length than the Tesla cord allowed. He found the PowerGrip extension cord “impressively rugged” and rated it five out of five stars for both quality and value, with a 4.5 star overall rating.

“We are excited that Teslarati chose to debut our product to the Tesla community with such positive feedback, and we hope to work together more in the future,” said Keith Cook, senior vice president of sales at Camco Manufacturing.

Along with the PowerGrip 50-amp 30-foot extension cord, Camco makes a wide variety of high quality PowerGrip electrical adapters and accessories to fit the various needs of its customers in the RV, marine and outdoor industries, he added.

To read the review, click here.

SOURCE: Camco Manufacturing press release

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  1. the name of the site is TESLARATI. you have it misspelled in the Title

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