Pacific Coachworks’ RV Gets Wet on Animal Planet’s Tanked

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Custom Aquarium Built Into Econ Trailer

“We were thrilled when Johnnie Walker RV presented the opportunity to work in partnership on this very distinctive RV, and honored to be featured on Tanked with them," said Jeff Daily, GM for Pacific Coachworks.

Pacific Coachworks, Inc.(PCW) (http://www.pacificcoachworks.com), Southern California’s luxury recreational vehicles manufacturer is currently featured on Tanked, Discovery’s Animal Planet’s top-rated TV program. The episode features a unique fish tank that was innovatively integrated into PCW’s Econ trailer, custom-built by brothers-in-law, business partners, best friends and rivals Wayde King and Brett Raymer, as they travel the country building show-stopping custom aquariums.

In collaboration with Johnnie Walker RV, Pacific Coachworks manufactured the Econ trailer to withstand the 3,500 pound aquarium, specially built for Tanked. The RV is on display at Johnnie Walker RV’s showroom in Las Vegas. The “Jurassic Campground” episode which features the Econ, first appeared on Friday, May 31, 2013 and will show again throughout the month of June.

“PCW has had a long-standing relationship with Johnnie Walker RV,” said Jeff Daily, General Manager for Pacific Coachworks. “We were thrilled when they presented the opportunity to work in partnership on this very distinctive RV, and honored to be featured on Tanked with them.”

For more information regarding Discovery’s Animal Planet program Tanked, or to watch a brief video of the unveiling of the Econ trailer, please visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv-shows/tanked/videos/season-3-reveals.htm.

ABOUT PACIFIC COACHWORKS, INC.
Pacific Coachworks (PCW) has been manufacturing luxury recreational vehicles since 2006. Its products include the Econ, Tango, Panther, Sandsport, and Powerlite. Committed to providing high quality travel trailers, fifth wheel units and toy haulers, PCW has established lasting partnerships with RV dealers worldwide. For more information about recreational vehicles and Pacific Coachworks, Inc., please visit http://www.pacificcoachworks.com. You can also email PCW at info(at)pacificcoachworks(dot)com or call (951) 686-7294.

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