KOA, Keystone RV and Coleman Partner on Contest
Kampgrounds of America Inc. (KOA), the world’s leading provider of quality camping experiences for North American families, has teamed with Keystone RV Co. and the Coleman Co. for KOA’s 50th Anniversary Giveaway.
Beginning today (March 1), campers will be able to register each week for a chance to win one of 50 weeks of free KOA camping anywhere in North America, according to a KOA news release. Then, once each month, one entrant will also be selected to receive a $500 shopping spree at Coleman.com. And, in October, one extremely lucky camper will be selected to win a $40,000 Vantage recreational vehicle courtesy of Keystone RV.
“We think this will be a very fun way to celebrate our 50th birthday,” said KOA CEO Jim Rogers. “We partnered with Keystone RV Co. last year to give away a great Keystone Springdale RV, and it proved to be wildly popular with campers. So, being able to offer a brand new Keystone Vantage – which is now in its very first year of production – is a real treat.”
“Our joint promotion with KOA in 2011 was widely successful,” said Matt Zimmerman, president of Keystone RV. Last year, KOA and Keystone partnered to give away a new Keystone Springdale RV to a family in California. “This 50th Anniversary KOA celebration is even bigger and better.”
Vantage from Keystone combines timeless beauty with modern technology to create a new travel trailer unlike anything on the market today. By utilizing curved, laminated fiberglass sidewalls and an arched roof, Vantage delivers wide-body livability and comfort in a look that clearly stands apart. And the Vantage interior is also extraordinary–tastefully incorporating contemporary-glazed maple cabinets, two-tone fascia, and an open spaciousness that is uncommon and pleasing.
For more information on the Keystone Vantage, go to www.vantage-rv.com.
Rogers said the Coleman Co. – another iconic name in camping industry – is yet another natural partner for KOA’s 50th Anniversary Giveaway.
“Everyone knows Coleman and the quality that name brings to mind,” he said. “Who hasn’t camped with a Coleman lantern or sleeping bag over the years?”