Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi are the co-hosts of the RV Family Travel Atlas and Campground of the Week podcasts, which have been downloaded over 2 million times! They have appeared on television numerous times as spokesmen for Go RVing.
They are also the co-authors of Idiots Guide: RV Vacations, which is available wherever books are sold. The Puglisis spend over 100 nights a year traveling in their Jayco Octane Toy Hauler with their three sons Max, Theo, and Wes—and Maggie the Camping Dog. They are considered RV vacation experts and curate vacation ideas for the RVFTA community. They want to share their love for RVing and help other families pursue adventures of their own.
You can follow their travels on Instagram.
- 2:48 – Representing the Weekend Warriors
- 3:50 – Adventure and Mishaps in Canada
- 14:00 – How camping has benefited their sons
- 18:19 – Would RVFTA ever go full-time??
- 25:35 – RV beginnings to RVFTA
- 32:35 – Managing RVFTA with work and travel
- 47:15 – Trailer Life cover
- 53:35 – Best food cities
- 1:00:27 – Favorite travel experiences
Weekend Warrior Lifestyle
Stephanie and Jeremy love RVing, but also love the perks of stationary life. The weekend warrior lifestyle allows them to enjoy their jobs and the local community, while still having time for RV vacations and exploring! 100 nights of RVing a year is pretty impressive for the weekend warrior lifestyle. Would they ever go full-time? Tune into the episode to find out!
Building a business and brand around RV vacations
The Puglisi’s started RV Family Travel Atlas 8 years ago with a blog. Since then, they’ve added the podcasts (RVFTA and Campground of the Week) and grown quite a following in the RV community (over 2 million podcast downloads!). They wanted to show people that fun and adventure don’t end when you have a family. They have become curators of RV vacations and experts on useful and helpful friendly advice for RV newbies.
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