Lance Camper Manufacturing Corp. partnered with YouTube full-time RV influencers “Mortons on the Move” last year to create a reality-based web series chronicling Tom and Caitlin Morton traveling through Canada and Alaska, all the way to the Arctic Ocean in a Lance 1172 truck camper.
The series was announced in March of 2019 at the RVX show and officially began in April. According to a press release, the series has enjoyed a successful run.
“We had always dreamed of traveling to Alaska in a truck camper, and it was awesome to be able to partner with Lance Campers to fulfill that dream through the Go North Project,” said Caitlin Morton. “The Lance 1172 truck camper enabled all the remote, dirt-road exploration we desired, including the 500-plus mile trip up the gravel Dempster Highway all the way to the Arctic Ocean. It also provided a comfortable home and work space for the entire six months we were on the road.”
With two episodes remaining to be released and 18 available, the series has totaled nearly 1.2 million views so far. Installments range from 14 to 30 minutes and have a total run time of just under six hours. Highlights so far include: Denali & Banff National Park, The Dalton Highway, The Northern Lights, amusing trouble with wildlife and more.
“Heading north to Alaska is a very aspirational trip for many RVers including Lance Travel Trailer and truck camper owners and enthusiasts. We have always believed the Truck Camper is the ideal RV for the job, said Lance Marketing Director Bob Rogers. “What the Morton’s have created is not just a lifestyle trip to Alaska but an informative and fun roadmap to an amazing adventure, truck camper ownership and RV travel. We couldn’t be happier to see it gathering so much attention on YouTube.”
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/faG46v-ZT64.