MIDDLEBURY, Ind., June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Video reviews of the features and benefits of EverGreen RV's travel trailer and fifth-wheel products will now be available on its YouTube channel and website at GoEverGreenRV.com. The series of videos, dubbed "RV ReView," will be released over the course of the next few weeks. The first video in the series posted online covers the Sun Valley travel trailer.
The entire group of videos is a comprehensive look at the amenities, construction materials and design practices of the company's travel trailer and fifth-wheels that are known as the "EverGreen Difference." A few of the topics discussed in the RV ReView series are EverGreen RV's unique ComposiTek™ construction used in the Ever-Lite and Ascend travel trailers, as well as the industry leading vacuum lamination process used on all EverGreen RVs to build wall, floor, and roof panels.
The videos help viewers get a closer look at EverGreen's DuraLite™ Double Welded Aluminum Structure, a construction practice utilizing six sided double-welded aluminum frame construction in the walls, roof, and floors of their products with header framing around all doors, windows, and baggage openings for added strength and less flex.
Other topics covered are EverGreen's TPO roof construction, screwed and glued raised solid panel cabinetry, and other standard features such as the warrantied no-crack padded vinyl flooring. In the first video released about the Sun Valley travel trailer, special attention is paid to the variety of floor plans available and lightweight construction. The Sun Valley travel trailers have a variety of features detailed in the videos that will be of interest to viewers such as their deep slide rooms with gear-driven slides and cherry glazed cabinetry.
"The videos in the RV ReView series give a hard, detailed look at our products and our construction practices," said EverGreen RV Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Doug Lantz. "Consumers will receive a real 'inside look' at how our travel trailers and fifth-wheels are built."
For more information: www.GoEverGreenRV.com
SOURCE EverGreen Recreational Vehicles, LLC