Lance Launches Podcast and Associated Web Page

Lance Camper just announced the release of its Live. Lance. Life. brand podcast. The audio is recorded, produced and hosted by Bob Rogers and Jim Waters of the Lance marketing team and is slated to include guests such as suppliers, Lance owners, dealer partners, internal Lance employees and other RV and outdoor enthusiasts. Topics range from technical RV knowledge and information about the Lance manufacturing process to real world stories of Lance camper and Lance travel trailer owners out on the road.

“As an avid Podcast listener, myself, I have found it to be a new and entertaining way in which I can access information, especially while on the road,” said Director of Marketing Bob Rogers. “We are always looking for new ways to reach RVers so it was a natural decision to devote some of our efforts to this new media.“

Production on the project began at the RVX show last March where an Introductory episode was recorded as well as interviews with Torklift International, Truma Corp and Trailer Life Magazine. A new web page on Lance’s website has been devoted to the project and can be found at:

Lance’s podcast channel launches with five episodes. The most recent installment features Janine Pettit of, who spent time boondocking in Quartzsite, Arizona in a Lance 650.

Founded in 1965, with headquarters in Lancaster, California, Lance Camper is the leading manufacturer of high-quality, ultra-lightweight, composite-built truck campers and travel trailers in North America. Lance’s 2020 truck camper models include the Lance 650, Lance 825, Lance 850, Lance 855s, Lance 865, Lance 975, Lance 995, Lance 1062, and the Lance 1172, the company’s flagship model.

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