UNITED STATES — The RV Show USA will be dedicating Wednesday’s two-hour show to Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath.
The show, set to air at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, will begin with Alan Warren, The RV Guy, chatting with with a FEMA Emergency Management Coordinator who will bring us up to speed with happenings in Houston. He will also advise RVers on how to be prepared for catastrophe.
Then, Terry Cooper, The Texas RV Professor, will provide his insight and predictions on what will happen to many of the RVs that “made it” through Harvey’s wrath. Cooper has some strong suggestions for folks who’ll be buying RVs that may have been partially submerged. You won’t want to miss this!
Next, Warren will visit with Susan Copeland from RV Disaster Corps, a 501c-3 non-profit that was created for this very kind of disaster.
Copeland is stranded in a Houston hotel but she’s busy coordinating efforts on both a national and state level with RVers who want to volunteer to help. If you’d like to volunteer, there’s a right way and a wrong way as Copeland will explain.
Then the show will open up the phone lines for to hear stories from RVers who’ve been a part of this once in a millennium event and listen to stories of heartbreak and heroism.
You can make a comment or ask a question to be answered on the air by calling the Show’s 24-hour Voicemail at (855) 296-7469.
To listen and watch the live studio broadcast of the show, click here on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern/ 7 p.m. Central/ 5 p.m. Pacific.
Source: The RV Show USA press release