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The RV Show USA to expose Camping World

UNITED STATES — It’s been said that “Education is the movement from darkness to light.”

Hour No. 2 of The RV Show USA tonight will be about education; educating the public to the practices that Camping World has perfected and uses regularly.

Kevin Frazer from Cheyenne Camping Center joins Alan Warren in studio to discuss his video “Camping World Review- The Truth,” including fielding questions about why he would produce such a video, what he would ask Camping World’s CEO Marcus Lemonis if he could, and if he worries about legal or other ramifications from one of the biggest players in the RV industry.

Host Alan Warren welcomes input from listeners as well as those in the RV industry and representatives from Camping World to join him in the studio for future shows to respond to Frazer’s video.

If  listeners would like to make a comment or pose a question for tonight’s guests, they are encouraged to call the studio hot line at (855) 296-7469 starting at 7 p.m. CT.

The RV Show USA streams Live Wednesday’s from 7-9pm CT.

Once the Live Watch Party ends, the show is distributed via SRN for airing on Saturday and Sundays on station affiliates nationwide.

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To contact The RV Show USA: info@TheRVShowUSA.com.

SOURCE: The RV Show USA press release

 

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt 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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3 comments

  1. That video has been around a long time. Not much of value in it other than showing this guy is jealous and upset he cannot or will not compete.

  2. It is not CW stores we should be worried about. I would be concerned more with Gander Outdoors. This will put all the needs including CLONES of every major brand in one location and make one stop outdoor shopping way to easy for those who offer a few to try and compete against the many.

  3. I’ve got findings to share on “the big camping store” as well, I went “secret shopper” and here’s what I discovered…

    http://rvacrossamerica.net/shopping-for-a-camper-at-the-big-camper-store-a-deceptive-experience/