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Truma to give away installed AquaGo at FMCA

Truma to give away installed AquaGo at FMCA

ELKHART — Those RV owners attending the FMCA International Convention in Pomona, Calif., March 26 to 29 can enter a drawing to win a new Truma AquaGo Instant Water Heater and have it installed in their RV at the rally, which is one of the stops on Truma’s North America Tour.

Also being given away are five Truma LevelChecks that provide a quick and easy way to check the level of LP gas left in a tank. Rally goers can sign up for the prize drawings at the Truma booth.

The winner will be selected March 28, and the Truma AquaGo will be installed in the winner’s RV during the event. To win, those who enter the drawing must own a water heater equipped RV and be present for the installation.

Winners will be asked to share their thoughts on video once they’ve experienced showering in their unit with an endless supply of hot water.

The Truma AquaGo is the latest innovation in shower comfort that was rigorously tested with North American RVers, the release explained. It is now available for installation at Truma certified dealerships across the United States and Canada.

The Truma AquaGo provides instant hot water that maintains an instant, constant and endless supply of hot water for as long as a person wants to stay in the shower. This eliminates the common problem of water running cold when using a boiler tank system, according to the release. AquaGo is also designed to fit the existing space used by tank water heaters for an easy aftermarket installation.

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SOURCE: Truma press release

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