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American RVer goes to the bees

BOX ELDER, S.D. — In the November episode of American Rver, Peg and Jim Grich give viewers an opportunity to see how honey is produced, starting with the bees in the fields of South Dakota, through the honey and wax extraction process, to shipment of the golden liquid to the packers.

They visit with Jerry Stahlman, of Stahlman Apiaries, who are commercial beekeepers in Selby, S.D. This free online TV show also highlights how queen bees are grown and why these South Dakota bees become “winter Texans.”

“You will look at honey differently after watching this show. We can’t wait for you to see it!” said Peg Grich.

In addition to learning about honey and beekeeping, the show also features the 2015 American Revolution, a brand new 39-foot RV in the American product line. Marketing Director Steve Hileman takes viewers through the features of this new RV designed for new RVers and those who wish to downsize.

To view the episode, visit provides RV owners with information, entertainment and RV specific tips. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and are about 20 minutes in length. The shows stream through a computer, iPad, smartphone, or eBook reader.

Viewers may subscribe to the monthly feed through Apple’s iTunes Store or may watch the shows in high definition, with full-screen video, at Just search for American RVer.

Jim and Peggy Grich are full-time RVers, have been the producers and hosts of American RVer for over six years, and simply enjoy the RV lifestyle and want to share it with others. They can be reached at

SOURCE: American RVer press release

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About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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