Tampa, Fla. (October 1, 2014) – Lazydays, the RV Authority, has launched the online reboot of betterRVing. The once quarterly digital and print magazine has been converted to an easy-to-use blog format at betterRVing.com. With this new format, the site will more regularly provide helpful and exciting RV content.
The redesigned betterRVing.com will provide continual content related to the RV lifestyle, RV maintenance, plus RV cooking recipes, RV tips, and RV destination suggestions across the United States and Canada. The site also hosts an RV Spotlight section where new RV products are featured.
“We are excited to offer RV enthusiasts the most updated, useful and interesting RV content through our new blog site,” said Lazydays Chief Marketing Officer John Lebbad. “Our betterRVing stories, tips and wealth of helpful product and maintenance information are sure to further enhance the RV lifestyle experience for site visitors.”
Blog site visitors can also find all the past betterRVing digital magazines and articles in a featured library section where RV enthusiasts can refer back to years of valuable RV content while looking forward to new articles that will be posted every week.
To experience all of the exciting blog site features and content, visit betterRVing.com.
Lazydays®, founded in 1976, is the world’s largest RV dealership. Based on 126 acres outside Tampa, FL since 1996 and over 30 acres in Tucson, AZ since 2011, Lazydays has the largest selection of RV brands in the nation. Lazydays features nearly 270 service bays, more than 1500 new and pre-owned RVs, and 2 onsite campgrounds with over 600 RV campsites. Lazydays has built its reputation on providing an outstanding customer experience with exceptional service and product expertise, and as a place to rest and recharge with other RVers. More than a quarter million RVers and their families visit Lazydays every year, making it “their home away from home.” Lazydays has been recognized as one of Tampa Bay’s “Top Work Places.” The Lazydays Employee Foundation, supported by payroll contributions from over 70% of Lazydays’ employees, has contributed more than one million dollars to make many historic changes for at-risk children in the Tampa Bay and Tucson communities. For most people, Lazydays isn’t just the beginning of their journey; it’s very much a part of their ride. To learn more, visit www.Lazydays.com.