“RV Buddies Online” named four RVs from the recent Pennsylvania RV and Camping Association (PRVCA) show in Hershey, Pa., “Best of Show.”
The show, which always creates a lot of expectation as people flock to see the new models, didn’t disappoint this year as a record crowd of 31,700 was on hand to check out the brand new 2010 models from 59 manufacturers at the 41st annual event, according to a news release.
“The manufacturers delivered some exciting products for the 2010 model year,” said Mark Summers, “RV Buddies” host and producer. “After walking the show and filming for nearly a week, several coaches simply stood out to us.”
Winnebago has delivered a great coach that will be a standard-setter for the next decade. It is for this generation what the View was for the last. It offers a sleek package and good mileage. On our test drive, the coach impressed with a stable, secure ride.
Four Winds Serrano
Four Winds is associated with value. The Serrano offers great styling, storage, floor plans and diesel at a great price. It’s a great combination in a nicely sized package.
This “Best of Show” is for the entire Tour line-up, as well as the sister-coach, the Itasca Ellipse. Winnebago re-invented their top-of-the-line Class A diesel pusher with some truly innovative layouts. They have even jumped into the fray with a 42-foot tag axle model.
The all-new Galileo is a 21-foot trailer. The custom-molded front cap is aerodynamic. Inside, the fit, finish, materials and equipment are without compromise. If you are looking for an efficient-sized, high end towable, the Galileo should be on your short list.
Following the success of the PRVCA show, “RV Buddies” will continue to film next month at the California RV Show in Pomona, Calif., with plans to shoot at the Florida RV Super Show in January. After attending these major debut shows, “RV Buddies” plans to name its “RV(s) of the Year.”
“RV Buddies” films and produces tailored videos for RV manufacturers and suppliers, as well as providing internet marketing and consulting services to the RV industry. For more information contact Mark Summers at: [email protected]