Is Trailer Life Magazine going out of business?
Good Sam Discontinuing ‘Trailer Life,’ ‘MotorHome,’ Launching New Magazine, Website. Good Sam is cutting production of two consumer magazines at their December 2020 issues and is launching a new, fully comprehensive digital platform, RV.com, supported by a new publication title, “RV Magazine.”
What happened to Trailer Life Magazine?
Print editions of Trailer Life and MotorHome magazines will “retire” with the December 2020 issues, according to CWHI to focus its energy on the new magazine and enhanced website. The new platform is set to be online, in newsstands and in homes the early part of January 2021.
Who publishes RV magazine?
Headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., G&G Media Group LLC publishes RVBusiness and Woodall’s Campground Management, two highly respected trade magazines covering the recreational vehicle (RV) and campground industries, respectively, as well as their corresponding websites (rvbusiness.com and woodallscm.com).
Is there a RV magazine?
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Is RV magazine replacing trailer life?
TrailerLife.com will become a lifestyle brand for the towable enthusiast and MotorHome.com will convert into a marketplace showcasing products and services for the motorized RV consumer. The new RV Magazine is set to be online, in newsstands and in-homes the early part of January 2021.
Who owns Trailer Life?
Trailer Life was founded in July 1941 as Western Trailer Life, in California. In 1958, Los Angeles advertising executive Art Rouse purchased the magazine. In 1992, Trailer Life Enterprises became part of the umbrella company Affinity Group Inc., since renamed Good Sam Enterprises.
How much does RV Life app cost?
The annual fee is $49 which grants you access to trip planning in RV Trip Wizard and RV-safe GPS routing with the RV Life app along with everything else included in RV Life Pro.
Did RV magazine replace Trailer Life?
It’s no surprise that America’s two largest RV magazines, Trailer Life and MotorHome, are set to publish their final issues in December. Good Sam Club CEO Marcus Lemonis will launch a new title, RV Magazine, to replace them.
Is RV life free?
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What is RV magazine?
RV magazine is the go-to resource for RV and outdoor information. It shows readers how to make RVing more desirable, enjoyable and affordable. If you want to know how to fix your awning, work or homeschool your kids on the road, make gourmet meals, or camp where the stars are brightest, RV Magazine has you covered.
Is there an app for RV trip Wizard?
Navigate Those RV Trips You Have Planned Now, RV Trip Wizard users can navigate the trips they have planned in RV Trip Wizard. Once downloaded from the app store (Apple or Android), simply sign in to the RV LIFE GPS & Campgrounds mobile app. Use the same credentials used for RV Trip Wizard.
Is RV Trip Wizard any good?
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When is the last issue of Trailer Life?
A password will be e-mailed to you. It’s no surprise that America’s two largest RV magazines, Trailer Life and MotorHome, are set to publish their final issues in December.
Are there any remaining general interest RV magazines?
Its first issue is set for January. The only remaining general interest RV magazines of any size are those from the Escapees RV Club and the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA).
Who is the owner of rv.com magazine?
Lemonis has debuted RV.com, which he says will “cater to all RV and outdoor enthusiasts – from beginners to experts – tent campers to motorhome owners and everyone in between.” I expect RV.com and RV Magazine will cover pretty much the same topics already adequately covered in a thousand websites, blogs, forums, and on social media.
Are there any good magazines for family RVing?
The Escapees Magazine is excellent, while Family RVing from financially challenged FMCA is uninspired, losing money and struggling to attract advertising – not good omens for its future.