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RV Education 101 releases first episode of new show

HARRELLS, N.C. — RV Education 101 releases the first episode of “Mark’s RV Garage,” an Internet-based RV how-to TV show.

The show is available for viewing at www.rvconsumer.com and on YouTube by clicking here.

“We are very excited to release the first episode of the show,” said Mark Polk, video producer and founder of the long standing RV Education 101 instructional video series. “This show was designed with RV consumers in mind, and our goal is to give them the RV information, education and training they want, when they want it.”

Mark’s RV Garage will feature RV product reviews, RV product installations, EZ RV upgrade projects, a vintage trailer restoration project, RV destination spot and more as the show progresses.

“Episodes of Marks RV Garage will be archived for easy retrieval and viewing at the consumer’s leisure, said Dawn Polk, co-owner of RV Education 101. “Right now the show is available through our RV consumer site at www.rvconsumer.com while we work on additional distribution channels to increase viewing options for the audience. We are proud to offer the RV consumer this new Internet-based how-to show in addition to our other comprehensive RV training programs.”

Episode No. 2 of Mark’s RV garage will be available at www.rvconsumer.com starting Feb. 21.

For more information, call Dawn Polk at 910.484.7615 or e-mail her at dawn@rveducation101.com.

SOURCE: RV Education 101 press release

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