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Learn what workamping is all about

Learn what workamping is all about

TAMPA, Fla. — Workamper News, a resource helping great RVers find great jobs in great places, will be at the Tampa RV SuperShow Jan. 15 to 19, the group announced today.

Workamper News, Inc., which has been serving workamping RVers for more than 26 years, will be hosting a booth at the show where visitors can meet the staff of Workamper News and find out more information on living the RV dream.  The Workamper News booth will be in the Suppliers Bldg. A at Booth 48.

The show has something for everyone from retiree’s to dreamers.  Visitors to the Workamper News booth can gain information on workamping to learn how you can make their dream of exploring America come true. Workampers are people who travel the country in their RVs working at campgrounds or tourist destinations for a season or two before moving to a new destination.

At the Tampa RV SuperShow, people can learn how thousands of fellow RVers are traveling America and covering many of their expenses with workamping opportunities.  Workamper News provides a daily hotline to advertising positions needing to be filled immediately.  Members also receive the Workamper News magazine filled with informational articles and notices about workamping jobs.  These are just two tools the company offers to assist people living the dream to travel and experience America, one job at a time.

Workamper News will also be promoting from the upcoming live Discovery Days event taking place in Eustis, Fla., Jan. 22 and 23.  This event is for those dreaming about the lifestyle and also those who have been actively living the lifestyle and would like to up their game, the company noted.

For more information about workamping, visit www.workamper.com.

SOURCE: Workamper News press release

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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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