Art Trujillo, a 65-year-old elementary school psychologist from Cloverdale, Calif., won a new Winnebago Brave Class A motorhome in the Nevada Commission on Tourism’s 2002 Nevada RV Adventure Sweepstakes, Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt announced Monday (Dec. 9).
“Mr. Trujillo is one of more than 17,500 people who entered the sweepstakes to win an RV at our participating state and RV parks, chambers of commerce and visitors centers,” Hunt said.
Trujillo entered the sweepstakes at the Lake Tahoe Incline Village & Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau.
Nevada state government officials are actively promoting RV tourism particularly to the portions of the state outside of Las Vegas. They believe RV tourism is a perfect fit for those who want to experience the state’s outdoor recreation opportunities, scenic highways and byways and visit its parks, ghost towns, gold mines and hot springs.
This is the second year of Nevada’s three-year motorhome sweepstakes program. The 2003 sweepstakes will begin on Jan. 18 and next year’s prize is a new Winnebago Sightseer Class A.