For months we’ve been working behind the scenes with a talented group of designers to give The Touring Camper a complete overhaul. And now that the new website is finally launched, I hope you will agree that it was worth the wait!
From the new logo to the easier to navigate format, we are delighted with how the new platform has come together. For a quick overview of the site, check out the “Start Here” post. We still have a few hiccups to work through with older posts (the photos didn’t all transfer properly), and you may notice a few things that are still under construction–so please bear with us as we make those final adjustments in the coming weeks.
With the new website launch we also redesigned our printable planning pack, which is available free to anyone who subscribes to our email list. To subscribe, use the opt-in box either at the top of the page or in the column to the right. (If you are already a subscriber, the link to the new pack was included in the email that went out today!)
The pack features printables to help you get ready for your next RV adventure, including a trip countdown to-do sheet, campground planner, menu idea tracker, menu planner, gear planning tracker, touring tracker, and family bucket list planners.
To celebrate the launch of the new site, we’ve teamed up again with Anderson Design Group for a fun little giveaway. ADG has been busy the past few months rolling out all kinds of cool new gear, including a set of national park stickers and commemorative coffee tins. (And this week they are shipping out their new National Park Adventure Guide Books–these look so cool!)
The vinyl sticker set features each of the 59 national parks. We plan to start adding them to our national park stamp book, but they would also be fun to decorate a camper with!
For the coffee tins, ADG collaborated with Co Coffee and Roaster, which created a special “Parks Blend” of Brazilian and Guatemalan beans. The medium-roast coffee offers a rich, nutty flavor that will perk up your morning cup. Each metal can is wrapped with a full-color paper label featuring ADG’s signature national park prints, so after you’ve brewed through the coffee, you can reuse the can and enjoy the national park art. (Visit the ADG website to see the various national park tins available.)
For a chance to win the coffee tin and sticker pack, select the first entry option on the Rafflecopter form below. You can earn additional entries by visiting our social media accounts–and we’d love if you would consider following our accounts! (Please remember you must be at least 18 years of age and live in the U.S.) The giveaway runs through midnight on Friday, May 11.
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