UNITED STATES — You started documenting your RVing adventures with a blog and YouTube channel. Then you learned about affiliate programs and other ways to monetize your content to bring in some more “fun” money. Now, you’re thinking about adding decals to your rig to advertise your content to your campground neighbors and fellow highway travelers in the hopes of more exposure and more residual income.
Before you do, join Escapees for a roundtable discussion on Wednesday, November 7, where we bring together three RVers who can help you make this decision an informed one.
- Jim Koca is the director of education for Escapees RV Club. His experience in law enforcement informs many of the decisions he makes in his full-time RV travels. Koca will share with us some of the state and traffic laws that could affect you if you choose to brand your rig as a commercial vehicle.
- Courtney Wooge is the president of FCIS/RV Advantage RV insurance agents and is familiar with the fine print of policies. Wooge will be on-hand to offer advice to help you determine if your logo is considered branding, as well as inform you of how it may affect your RV insurance policy and coverage.
- To help you better understand the tax implications, Tim Ewing will also join us in the presentation. A full-time RVer and certified public accountant, Ewing has years of experience in navigating the complications of income tax for RVers, both for himself and as a CPA to many others who share this lifestyle. He will be available to answer questions about write-offs, tax breaks, and other details of using your RV as a commercial vehicle.
This roundtable discussion will take place Wednesday, November 7 at 4 p.m. CT. To register for this free webinar, click here.
It will also be broadcasted live on the Xscapers Facebook page at www.facebook.com/xscapers and a recording will be available in the webinar archive at a later date.
By registering for this webinar, you consent to sharing your email address with Escapees RV Club, Quest Business and Accounting Services, and FCIS Insurance.
SOURCE: Escapees press release