BOX ELDER, S.D. — With its October episode, American RVer celebrates its 100th consecutive online TV show produced for RVers.
Host Peggy Grich visits with the Don Humes, the owner of America’s Mailbox. The Griches spent a month at the Americas Mailbox Campground in Box Elder, S.D., enjoying the sights of the Black Hills region. Humes tells viewers about the services provided by Americas Mailbox and plans for the company’s future.
Peggy also interviewed Masayuki Nagase, granite sculptor for Main Street Square in Rapid City. He is originally from Kyoto, Japan, but lives in Berkeley, Calif., and will have spent five years on the sculptures before they are completed. Megan Whitman, executive director for Main Street Square, also highlighted the activities held at the square throughout the year.
Jim and Peggy Grich started American RVer in 2006, when they first decided to become full-time RVers themselves.
“It is exciting to have produced 100 shows,” said Jim, the show’s videographer and editor. “Usually Peg is in front of the camera and I am behind the scenes. But occasionally viewers get to see my face with new products and technical information. We have had so much fun on the road and are glad to be able to share some of the places we’ve seen and people we have met.”
In addition, the AmericanRVer.com website has been completely redesigned. The two latest shows are conveniently located on the home page and the previous shows are easily accessible with show thumbnails and descriptions. The site also has a blog to highlight Jim and Peg’s travels along with a store front for products they promote and sell.
AmericanRVer.com is designed to provide RVers with information, entertainment and RV specific tips. The webisodes can be viewed at no cost and are about 20 minutes in length. The shows stream through a computer, iPad, Smart Phone, or eBook Reader.
Viewers may subscribe to the monthly feed through Apple’s iTunes Store or may watch the shows in high definition, with full-screen video, at www.VIMEO.com. Just search for American RVer.
People can also watch the shows on the American RVer website.
SOURCE: American RVer press release