RV maker celebrates anniversary with TAB teardrop giveaway

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From a nuCamp news release
(December 19, 2018) — To celebrate its 15th year of building teardrop campers, nuCamp RV is giving away one of its iconic teardrop campers, a 2019 TAB 320 S. The company will announce the winner live on its Facebook page on February 22, 2019.

In addition, nuCamp will also give away several other prizes, including $100 gift certificates to the All Pro Adventures shop, a Redbudsuds Epic Suds Soap Pack, a one-year membership to Harvests Hosts, a one-year subscription to Rova Magazine, autographed copies of Teardrop Traveler by Mandy Lea and Growing Simple by Jim and Mary Competti.


“For 15 years, nuCamp has been building the highest quality teardrop campers to connect people to the outdoors and encourage them to explore,” said Scott Hubble, chief executive officer of nuCamp. “Throughout the years, our customers have built an incredible community of people who share their enthusiasm about their campers and adventures. nuCamp is giving away a TAB 320 S to celebrate our anniversary and our growing community.”

The TAB 320 S teardrop camper features the traditional teardrop U-shaped floor plan with the addition of a complete wet bath. The TAB 320 S lets campers enjoy the great outdoors and return to the comfort of a well-designed indoor camper cabin.

To enter the contest, visit nucamprv.com/giveaway and complete the online form between now and February 15, 2019. Contestants can enter once per day online and can earn additional entries by sharing the TAB giveaway on Facebook, Twitter and/or Google+. For the complete contest rules, visit https://woobox.com/vqcyzp/rules.

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Bob Weinfurt

Being newbies, we bought a 36 year old class C motorhome that had been pretty well maintained real cheap. Sure, it needed some work but all the major stuff was in good shape. All the “necessities” worked well. We took it on several trips, putting a few thousand miles on it. A few nice things about having an older rig is the insurance and repairs can cost a lot less and if anything majorly expensive to repair happens, you have the option of fixing it or just saying “that was a fun time”.
Less than one thousand dollars invested and after four years, we’re still enjoying it.