October '20

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rv-pro.com October 2020 • RV PRO • 67 was to join the group and commence promotion of their business, they stand to be blocked from the group. "(Then), the very audience you're trying to cultivate – you alienate," Coleman said in the presentation. Instead of clogging up user feeds, Coleman said in the presentation that companies selling a product or service to the RV industry should play an active part in the conversation by being proactive in the industry at large. That means making sure they're part of RV associations and having employees who are active in the RV lifestyle participating on platforms like RVillage as a genuine user/RV life- style enthusiast – and not someone simply promoting a product. By employees being active in these spheres, they will have a better grasp of what kind of conversations they need to cultivate with RV end-users. "In a 'niche' social network, everyone arrives as strangers, and we are connected based on our mutual passion for the niche," says Curtis Coleman, founder of RVillage. "In this case, RVing and living nomadically." park-power.com Portable surge protector kits contain a separate receptacle tester to detect wiring faults at the pedestal and surge module to attach to the detachable power cord. Separating the two functions reduces the size of the product while increasing protection from inclement weather. • Tests the following with a single indicator: − Open Ground, Open Neutral, Open Hot − Hot/Neutral Reversed, Hot/Ground Reversed • Surge module contains surge protection indicator alerting user when depleted Portable Surge Protection Cordsets Made of the highest quality, construction, and materials with ergonomic features not found on other power cords. Visit park-power.com Surge Module Receptacle Tester

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