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Nadia and Jon Bajuelo

#RV Magazine has expanded its editorial and management team with the appointment of Jon and Nadia Bajuelo as field editors. According to a press release, Jon Bajuelo is responsible for multimedia while Nadia Bajuelo will oversee marketing.

In addition, the couple have become partners in the business, a monthly consumer magazine and related website and social media channels aimed at Millennials and GenXers who have taken to the RV lifestyle. 

The Bajuelos are full-time rvers who, along with their dogs, Remy and Sienna, live and work in a Winnebago Trend. They have been contributors since April’s launch issue of #RV Magazine under the title #RoamingRemodelers, a nod to their growing online marketing and photographic business – RoamingRemodelers.com – and social media channels @RoamingRemodelers.

Together, the 30-something couple will be the face of #RV Magazine in North America. Their Trend will be transformed into a promotional unit set to become a familiar sight at shows, events and on highways across the country.

“Jon and Nadia caught the #RV Magazine vision from the first moment we spoke, which was at the RV Entrepreneur Summit hosted by Heath and Alyssa Padgett, in Fredericksburg, Texas, in February,” said Richard Robertson, #RV Magazine’s publisher, managing editor and founder. “We hit it off from the get-go and they have been an integral and highly motivated part of the magazine’s ‘tribe’ from the very beginning. Their elevation to the full-time team is both a natural and exciting progression as they are perfect fit for this business.”

In their new roles, the Bajuelos are responsible for road tests, events organization and attendance, while also being central to helping shape the direction and content of the publication.

“Jon and Nadia both bring degree qualifications to the business in key and complementary areas. Demographically the perfect age, they are uniquely placed as full-time digital nomads and RV-based entrepreneurs in their own right, while adding authenticity and focus as we refine the magazine’s target audience,” Robertson said.