Harrells, NC (PRWEB) March 30, 2011
If you own an RV now, or have ever considered purchasing an RV you owe it to yourself to watch this new Internet RV How-To TV Series titled “Mark's RV Garage.”
Video producer, RVer and host Mark Polk teaches new and experienced RVers how to use, maintain and accessorize their RV in this entertaining and information packed 30 minute television style online show.
In each episode of Mark's RV Garage, there are segments on RV product reviews, RV product installations, EZ RV upgrades, Q & A, camping destinations, RV trivia and much more. The feature segment in each episode is a vintage trailer restoration project Polk is doing from start to finish.
Polk said, “The viewer response is incredible; people especially like the vintage restoration project segment. Things started off a little slow, but as the word spreads views have steadily increased with each new show episode we release. Over the past eight weeks we have released four episodes, and between hosting the show on one of our sites, and on You Tube, we have had over 23,500 views to date collectively.
Current and previous show episodes can be found here: http://rvvideosondemand.com/?page_id=307
Polk explained the current plans for the new show are to produce one season (8 to 10 episodes), and then take a short break while they film new episodes for season 2.
Mark and Dawn Polk own RV Education 101, a video production and information company specializing in RV instructional DVDs on how to use and maintain RVs. They also released a brand new website, designed specifically for the RV consumer, earlier this year. The URL is http://www.rvconsumer.com
We are the RV consumer advocates, Polk said. Folks in the RV industry build RVs and sell RVs, but I have always felt there was a huge lack of educating the RV consumer on how to properly use the RV after the consumer purchases it. That’s what we do, we work very hard to educate the RV consumer.
With over 18 DVD titles in our RV training library, and books and e-books, we felt the only place left to go was to produce a TV style RV “how-to” show for RVers to enjoy and learn from.”