Red Rover and FARVC Alliance is Paying Off

May 22, 2013 by   - () Comments Off on Red Rover and FARVC Alliance is Paying Off

Ben Carr (second from right) with Brenda, Michael and James Kahn of Vero Beach Camp, Sebastian Beach, Fla., one of the many FARVC member parks that signed up on Red Rover Camping at the Florida trade show.

Following their recent alliance with the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (FARVC), Red Rover Camping was an exhibitor at the Florida Alabama ARVC Conference in May. “We were very well received at the trade show,” stated Ben Carr, Red Rover Camping top dog.

“Florida ARVC had done a great job of making their member campgrounds aware of the Red Rover concept and everyone was extremely receptive with many signing up at the show and many more doing so online after the show,” Carr stated in a news release.

Robert Bouse, Red Rover’s other top dog, was invited to participate in a panel discussion on “Industry Trends” at the conference along with several industry leaders, including Paul Bambei, president and CEO of the National Association of R V Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). Since Red Rover’s alliance with FARVC and Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) was announced, several other state associations have contacted Red Rover regarding a similar arrangement. Carr is hoping for many more in upcoming months.

About Red Rover Camping

Red Rover Camping offers an online, searchable database of campgrounds across the country and a state-of-the-art reservation system that allows for real-time online booking for customers. Red Rover also encourages campers to post their experiences and blog about their activities.

Red Rover uses several marketing channels to drive customers to its website and to deliver customers to their desired campground, providing a great benefit for campgrounds looking to fill empty campsites. Red Rover is a free service to campground owners and campers, with a fee paid by the campground owner only when a camper uses the reservation system to book a stay at their campground.

To learn more about Red Rover Camping, visit or contact Ben Carr at



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