It's kind of funny how some of the company hosts state why their brand or model is an "Extreme RV". Pat seemed a little nervous doing a couple of his takes, he appears much more confident in person. I watched and enjoyed all the mini segments. Rex at Rexhall did a fantastic job showing off his RV jewel. How about the Bingabago?
Many of the larger RV company's have made this show. I have seen Marathon, Liberty, Featherlite, Rexhall and Newell all on the show in the past. I always wondered if any of the more expensive brands gain any buyers from these episodes. I believe the largest target audience for the Outdoor Channel is mainly middle class that could not really afford a new high end coach. But they could sure be buyers of our older coaches. JMHO
Brady K. Jones
1986 Newell 40' 8v92
Baker, there is a possibility the factory didn't even see the final cut before it was aired. Who even knows if Newell did or didn't tell the film crew noted it if they did hear it correctly and then during film editing didn't care of dropped the ball. Or another scenario might be, the factory didn't care figuring most people around the country do not know and if they heard the correct pronunciation without knowing the correct spelling may night find them on the map...I wonder how many coach owners actually know the correct pronunciation? I didn't for a long time.....Then there are actually three different ways of saying the word Miami.
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