Good Sam & Rand McNally Form Partnership

April 4, 2013 by   - () Comments Off on Good Sam & Rand McNally Form Partnership

Good Sam Enterprise LLC today (April 4) announced a partnership with Rand McNally to launch a suite of navigation products designed “to meet the needs of today’s outdoor consumer,” according to a press release.

The first product to launch through the partnership is the Good Sam GPS, powered by Rand McNally, according to a news release. The device provides custom navigation on suitable routes, taking into account the specific vehicle or vehicle/trailer combination. After entering vehicle attributes, including length of towed trailers, if propane is being carried and vehicle and trailer height, the Good Sam GPS provides navigation on roads suitable for the customer’s specific vehicle configuration.

For travelers on the go, the Good Sam GPS also features information and navigation to more than 2,000 Good Sam affiliated campgrounds where Good Sam Club members receive nightly discounts, as well as 12,000 additional parks and campgrounds across the U.S. and Canada. The Good Sam GPS also provides information and navigation to thousands of points of interest, all searchable directly on the device.

For NASCAR fans, the Good Sam GPS includes pre-programmed track locations. NASCAR locations will not only help fans, but NASCAR team haulers too.

“We are very excited by the early interest in the product by potential partners and are in discussions with RV and trailer rental companies that have interest in providing the Good Sam GPS for use by their customers,” said Marcus Lemonis chairman and CEO of Good Sam.

Good Sam said that additional products are in development and slated for release during 2013.

Other features of the Good Sam GPS include.

  • 7-inch, high-definition screen – nearly 90% larger than most GPS units.
  • Full-color touchscreen.
  • Large and high volume speaker.
  • Turn-by-turn spoken directions.
  • Pre-programmed “Points of Interest.”
  • Lifetime map updates.
  • Wi-Fi connectivity.


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