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Nine Tips to Make Your Next RV Show Memorable

RV veteran and Keystone Outback Product Manager Tim Domiano shares his thoughts on how you can make the most of attending an RV Show. 

A 30 year RV industry veteran, Tim has participated in at least 500 consumer shows, beginning as a teen in his father’s dealership in southern California.  Says Domiano, “Attending an RV show is a great way to see many different brands and models all within easy walking distance. Dealers will put their newest models in the show and you can take advantage of show specials to get a really extraordinary deal.  It’s a no brainer.  Not only that, shows can be fun.”

Here are Tim’s recommendations:

1. Start with a plan. Consider and discuss who will be camping with you, how you will be using your camper, how often, and for what duration? Will you have hookups at a campground or will you be boon docking without hookups

2. Dress appropriately and wear comfortable shoes. Many times, no, most times, RV shows are by nature massive, sprawling events. You will want to be comfortable.  If it's an outdoor show, pack sunscreen and drink plenty of water.  Make it fun and don’t hurt yourself.

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Texas Couple Wins Hideout Trailer

Vikki Wright was beside herself with excitement when she found out she’d won a new 2014 Keystone Hideout RV as the second winner of KOA’s “Spin-To-Win Giveaway.”

Her two adult sons weren’t so sure.

“They figured it was too good to be true, so they didn’t get excited until we actually pulled out of the dealership and onto the highway with our new Keystone RV,” Vikki said.

Now, she and husband Ralph are getting ready to enjoy their retirement in their new Ultra Lite pull trailer.

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Secure your toys with this welded to the frame tie-down system

Impact and Fuzion’s 5K Inter-Lock System is the most rugged, toughest tie-down you can find on any toy hauler.  Each ring is welded to the frame and can support 5000 pounds.  Compare to other systems that screw to the floor and can pull lose or break.

Because your toys are important to you, be sure your new toy hauler is equipped with the 5K Inter-Lock System.  Available exclusively on Impact and Fuzion.

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Pancakes and Raptor, Anyone?

Tune in Sunday morning for the premier of Fisher’s ATV World starring the Keystone Raptor.

Bryan Fisher’s ATV World kicks off the new season on the Destination America Channel with the unveiling of his new Keystone Raptor 412TS.

Not only will Fisher feature the Raptor on his weekly Destination America program, Fisher’s ATV World, but the 42-foot coach will become part of his lifestyle as he travels the United States and Canada promoting ATVs and family fun.

Fisher said that with the ATV market predicted to grow over the next five years, he expects many of these “well-heeled buyers” to take his lead and opt for the higher-end toy hauler. “We cater to a family sport — mom, dad, a couple of children and maybe some of their friends. The Raptor is the perfect enhancement to this lifestyle,” he said. “With frame-welded tie-downs in the garage, each rated at 5000 pounds, we know our toys will be secure. The Raptor Garmin system delivers navigation, back-up camera, and security all in one easy to use package. And the patio with steps coming off the rear of the deck makes it easy to relax after a long day on the trail.”

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RV Hall of Fame Welcomes New Cougar

The national RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum in Elkhart, Indiana, is now home to a shiny, new Keystone Cougar fifth wheel.  Cougar joins the ranks of other classic, collectible, and modern RVs on display at the Hall as part of the industry’s on-going RV lifestyle promotion.  The Keystone Cougar was named the #1 selling fifth wheel for the second consecutive year according to Statistical Surveys, Inc. of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

“We are pleased to welcome the Keystone Cougar into the GoRVing Hall of the Museum,” stated RV/MH Hall of Fame president Darryl Searer.  “When you compare the comforts and luxuries of the Cougar to campers from the past, you realize just how far we have come as an industry.  The Cougar features three slideouts, island kitchen, LED lighting and LCD TV as well as remote controls to operate many of the features.  By comparison the 1937 Covered Wagon travel trailer we showcase in the Museum featured a  canvas roof, leatherette sidewall and horsehair bed.  It really is striking to see where we have been and where we are going.”

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