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Podcast 167 features RV Intelligence Products

This week’s guest is Herb Gingold, the founder of RV Intelligence Products, a firm based in Longwood, Fla. He has developed a series of products, from simple to high-tech, designed to make the lives of RV owners easier.

It might be as simple as a hitch pin leash to prevent people from losing the pins to the towbars, or a complex device that allows people to use a smartphone app to control their jacks, awnings, slideouts, cord reels and just about anything in an RV that has a motor.

What makes Gingold special is that he’s an RV owner himself and has been camping with his family for many years. He developed the products to solve pain points he experienced in his own adventures, and others clamored for his solutions.

RV Intelligence is forward-thinking company that simply understands the problems RV owners have every day and works to develop solutions to those problems. Like the Woblr, an RV leveling app that replaces bubble devices.

The RV industry should love Gingold because he makes his products available only through RV dealers. He could sell products online, but he’s chosen to partner with dealers so they can be the heroes in suggesting solutions to their customers.

For more information about RV Intelligence Products, visit www.rviqproducts.com.

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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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