RVIA’s 2007 Spokesperson Lineup Finalized
For 16 years, RVIA has fielded a diverse group of spokespeople to meet with local media and talk about the advantages of RV travel. RVIA spokespeople have been interviewed in cities and towns across the
Here is an introduction to this year’s media spokespersons.
Professional bowler Walter Ray Williams has won more titles and earned more money than any player in the history of professional bowling. He has won 42 titles on the PBA tour and earned more than $4 million during his brilliant 21-year career. He credits traveling in his motorhome from tournament to tournament for the past 16 years as having a positive impact on both his game and his family life.
He is promoting RVing in media interviews during stops of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) tour on ESPN from February to April.
Carol and Phil White had always dreamed of seeing the
The Whites are an active empty nester couple who will appeal to the huge baby boomer market. They will promote the fun and freedom of RV travel in media appearances this September, starting with an appearance at the annual AARP convention in
David Woodworth, noted RV historian, will begin his 16th National RV History Tour for RVIA this spring. Over the years he has reached millions of Americans with his message about
Brad and Amy Herzog are quintessential Generation Xers, who travel by RV with their two young sons Luke, 6 and Jesse, 5. Inspired by his family RV travels, Brad has published several travel books including the acclaimed States of Mind and Small World.
Starting in June, the Herzogs will begin their eighth media tour for RVIA. Once again, they will be delivering their message that RVs are the most affordable, hassle-free way for young families to travel. Like all RVIA spokespersons, they also promote GoRVing.com as the best place to go for information on RVing.
“With a pro athlete, active empty nesters, a Generation X family and an RV historian, RVIA spokespeople will reach a wider spectrum of the population than ever before with appealing messages,” said
RVIA (rvia.org) is the national association representing 500 manufacturers and component suppliers producing approximately 98 percent of all RVs made in the
Editor’s Note: Photos of Walter Ray Williams, David Woodworth and Brad and Amy Herzog can be obtained by contacting Kevin Broom at
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