RV PRO’s ‘Weekend Edition’ Debuts Saturday

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Beginning this week, RV PRO will roll out a weekend newsletter every Saturday. The “Weekend Edition” represents an opportunity for hearing from professionals like yourself.

“Our hope is that the Saturday edition will provide an opportunity for RV industry business experts to share their knowledge in a variety of fields to provide practical advice and tips to RV dealerships, repair shops and retail stores,” said Chris Cieto, publisher of RV PRO. “We often receive requests from experts in various fields wanting to write for RV PRO. Starting on Saturdays in 2019, we want to provide a forum that will match RV industry topics that are of interest for dealers with practical business information.”

The design of the first newsletter on Saturday will largely reflect the design of the daily newsletter. Starting Jan. 19, the design of the Weekend Edition will largely reflect the look and feel of the content. The Weekend Edition is filled with personal insight from an array of business professionals that include marketing gurus, CEOs, university professors, and more.

On that note, RV PRO is seeking guest bloggers and columnists willing to lend insight into making RV dealership businesses run better.

Here are a few examples of what a guest blog might be about:

  • Store/business management
  • Sales techniques/tips
  • Recruiting talent
  • Team training
  • HR topics
  • Theft prevention
  • Warranty and F&I
  • Various “how-to’s”

We believe sharing personal lessons, business tips and stories can help the RV industry continue to thrive.

As a bonus, these articles will be accessible online anytime with your company name and personal byline listed. They also will appear on the front page of our website.

We’re looking for blog posts that are savvy, yet conversational in tone. If it’s your first time writing for a publication, we have a team of editors ready to guide you along the way.

It’s time to hear from the PROs. So please submit all story ideas to David MacNeal, RV PRO’s digital content editor, at [email protected].

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