UNITED STATES — On Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern/ 7 p.m. Central/ 5:00 Pacific, The RV Show USA’s focus will be on hurricanes. The show will look at the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and what affected RVers should do now.
In addition, the show’s hurricane experts will provide proactive steps that Florida RVers may want to consider taking ahead of Hurricane Irma.
This powerful and information packed, two-hour lineup will begin with PPL Motor Homes’ Diana LeBlanc, who will provide a storm update from Houston. How did the city fare? What lessons were learned from this storm?
And, as Hurricane Irma is bearing down on south Florida, a FEMA emergency preparedness officer will follow LeBlanc to speak on whether the media is over-hyping Irma. And, if the stories and possible forecasts are “dead on,” he will share what RVers should be prepared for. As a full-time RVer himself, he will bring a unique and insightful perspective for RVers, who might be affected by the storm.
Finally, The Texas RV Professor Terry Cooper will join the show to provide an update on the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and what he’s hearing from manufacturers and RVers who were caught in the storm. He will look at whether affected RVers were covered for their losses if they had insurance, and will offer some excellent advice and proactive things RVers may want to consider as Hurricane Irma heads their way.
“RVing is both fun and popular. But going through a major natural disaster like a hurricane is not,” says Allen Warren, The RV Guy and host of The RV Show USA. “We promise to provide positive information that RVers may find helpful ahead of Irma.”
Listeners can make a comment or ask a question to be answered on the air by calling the The RV Show USA’s 24-hour voicemail at (855) 296-7469.
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Source: The RV Show USA press release