Last week, Go RVing debuted its new limited series, “6 Things I Love About My RV,” in partnership with Jeremy Puglisi of The RV Atlas. Episode one featured Bill and Nancy, recent empty nesters who just purchased a new RV that better suits their newly kid-free lifestyle.

Through the summer, The RV Atlas is visiting a different RV owner in each of the eight episodes and the owners will share 6 things they love about their RVs, although, most owners are finding it hard to choose only 6 things. While “6 Things I Love About My RV” is humorous, it also focuses on the best modern RV features and how they help make today’s units comfortable, convenient, and ready for adventure.

These videos are substantially different than a typical RV walkthrough video recorded by a dealership. The discussion of each “loved” feature is based on the authentic experiences of real owners that love their RVs and the RV lifestyle. Many of the owners have owned other RVs in the past and have chose the highlighted RV because it meets a need that they didn’t have in the past, or additional features that they realized they wanted after experiencing multiple RV trips.

RV demand remains high following the unprecedented surge in RV interest in 2020 but many first-timers are looking for guidance on the kinds of RVs and features that they should look for when choosing their first unit. The series is highlighting a variety of RV unit types and owners representing different age groups, life stages, and backgrounds. Puglisi will work with owners to showcase exterior and interior features, traditional RV features like bunkhouses and residential kitchens as well as new technology and cutting-edge features like solar and auto-leveling systems and other aftermarket add-ons. His overall goal is to share the joy, energy, and enthusiasm that real owners have for the RV lifestyle by also including discussions around favorite trips, destinations, and memories.

Upcoming episodes will highlight a teardrop, travel trailer, park model, expandable, pop-up, and motorized units. By highlighting a variety of RV types, Go RVing aims to provide new RVers with a glimpse into unit types that they may not have considered and insights into the kinds of things that they should consider when making their first purchase.

The series will available on gorving.com, Go RVing’s youtube channel, Go RVing’s social media channels, and on Instagram TV. The first full episode can be viewed here. Look for the second episode to be released tomorrow, Wednesday, June 23, 2021