Segment 1: Crazy Camper or a Sexist Wingman?
A disillusioned Newbie RVer is steaming mad at the Wingman and for reasons that are somewhat unusual to say the least. This is an example of how Good Advice can be misinterpreted. In this monologue the Wingman responds to an “odd email” with a message of Responsibility. Further, he suggests that accepting responsibility and being a happy camper go hand in glove and why those who are unwilling to accept responsibility might not be cut out to be an RVer.
Enjoy The Journey Joins The RV Wingman
Tom and Cheri Kennemore ignored the opinions of others when they shared their dream of living full-time in an RV. Instead, they set a course for chasing adventure while living on the road. After 5 years of travel and years of producing videos of their adventures on Enjoy The Journey, Tom and Cheri have advice for others who may be facing obstacles or strange looks from others who don’t understand what freedom of the road can mean to those with a lust for travel. From visiting the dentist in Mexico to exploring hidden gems, Tom and Cheri share their fascinating story with The RV Wingman. #enjoythejourney
Wintering in South Texas- Is it safe?
If one only listens and watches the news, stories abound about tragedy along border states. But the reality is far from that. The reality according to Kristi Collier is that the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas is among the safest communities in the country. It’s also a mecca for those seeking warmer climate when the snow begins falling up north. Low cost of living, warm and sunny weather, friendly people, excellent health care and an abundance of activities makes South Texas a growing favorite for Winter Texans and “Converted Texans” as well. #wintertexans
The Can-Man joins the Wingman!
RV Industry Veteran Cannon Combs, has an extraordinarily busy life. With 5 young kids who provide him with endless “excitement” and a wife who keeps them on track, Cannon joins the Wingman to discuss “Expectations”. What are realistic expectations RV buyers should have when buying a used RV? Why are having realistic expectations important? What’s the latest on Cannon’s new store opening and why are folks in central Texas cheering? It’s another fun, informative and funny visit with one of Texas’ most respected and loved RV dealers. #rvnation
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Janine Pettit (aka: Girl Camper) has just completed her first ever “Camper College”; a 3-day event designed for Women to learn the basics of RVing safety including towing, electrical, propane systems and more. This hands on event was attended by women from across the country and from all different levels of experience with RVing. Find out how Camper College went and if there may plans for similar events in the future. Plus, learn what the Girl Camper has on her schedule for the coming months.
Segment One: A first-time RV buyer/owner writes to the Wingman to share his experiences and disappointment in the new (used) RV he purchased. The listener feels like he was screwed by the Seller and now feels like the Wingman is blaming him for his RV issues. This is a great example of Buyer Beware! Was the Wingman too hard on the listener? Or should the listener be responsible for his purchase?
Segment Two: Canadian full-time RVers Kent and Lisa Pederson have only been living full time in an RV for about a year. As YouTube content creators and traveling enthusiasts, the Pedersons share what motivated them to sell everything and downsize. What was the event that led them to sell everything and live in an RV? And how are they fairing living as minimalists? What advice do they have for others who decide to take this journey? Join Kent and Lisa as they visit with The RV Wingman and we learn more about “Living Light RV”.
Segment Three: RV Nana just wrapped up another successful Tuesday Tips event at PPL Motorhomes. The theme was “Home for the Holidays/RV Style”. Find out more about these fun and free, monthly events as well as what famous sports celebrity stopped by and paid a visit. Hint: He’s retired from the Houston Rockets and one of the greatest players to ever play basketball. We’ll get her read on the influx of Winter Texans that are moving to the Rio Grand Valley for the next several months and learn about her newest “baby”. Spoiler alert: It’s an RV (but it’s dolled up the way that only RV Nana can do)!
Segment Four: More and more RVers seem to be wanting to hear folks from the RV Industry (Manufacturers) as a Guest on the Show. The Wingman talks about the idea and solicits input from listeners, viewers and fellow RVers. Do you think RV Manufacturers should join us for candid and unscripted segments? Do you think the Wingman should give them the opportunity? Do you think Manufacturer’s will actually agree to come on the air to answer questions?
The terror attacks on September 11, 2001 had a profound impact on most Americans, especially with Chris Heisler. Chris is the founder of The Honor Network, a 501 c-3 non-profit dedicated to memorializing those Heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for their family, community and country. It also serves to foster education of the American public regarding all Heroes, past and present, and their organizations, including police, fire, and our nation’s military. In this interview with The RV Wingman, Chris shares his story about the beginnings of the Honor Flag that has traveled more than 7 million miles so far and touched the lives of countless people (many who were not even alive on 9/11).
Segment One: Full-timers, Part-timers, Newbies, traveling nurses, construction workers and more. There are many different kinds of RVers. But how do we define what an RVer actually is? In this monologue, the RV Wingman shares his thoughts on RVing and RVers and asks “Who made YOU the expert?” He also has some suggestions that may help us see “those people” (who are different than we are) in a little different light. More than a consumer advocate for RVers, the RV Wingman gets a bit philosophical in this short segment.
Segments Two & Three: Tom and Cait Morton are “movers”, big time. A full-time RVing couple that’s documented their travels and adventures since 2015 on their YouTube Channel “Mortons on the Move”, Tom and Cait join the RV Wingman with stories from their epic 6-month long trip to Alaska; using in a pickup truck camper as their home base. From walking on glaciers to observing magnificent wildlife to angling for monster-size halibut, kayaking, hiking and more, the Go North series the Mortons have created will inspire and motivate you to go to Alaska (or at least to put it on your bucket list)! They also visit about their starring roles in the upcoming TV Series on the Discovery Channel called “The RVers”. Great young people and very inspiring!
Segment Four: Cannon Combs is one cool-dude. In this short interview he tells of narrowly escaping the jaws of a T-Rex in Hawaii, shares one of his phobias (spoiler alert: they have 8 legs) and gives us a preview of RV Station’s upcoming RV Class to be held on November 13 at all 7 of his Texas locations. Cannon is always a lot of fun to listen to and his life is never boring! You’ll also see understand why this dynamo of the RV Industry so well respected and successful. If there is an “it” (quality) that successful people have, Cannon Combs has that “it”.