Recently I was told about the new Bowlus Road Chief Travel Trailer and this travel trailer is for those of you who like finer things and love to travel in luxury. You can learn more about this fabulous travel trailer by reading the information below and by visiting the company's web site online.
OXNARD, CA (Feb. 7, 2014) With a nearly 95% fail rate already, even the best intentioned New Years resolutions seem doomed to fail this year so if you’re still planning on making some changes, you might as well create a change of scenery and head straight out of town to check out the open road in an ultra-hip Bowlus Road Chief travel trailer. Coincidentally, a little resolution redemption may still be in your future yet as two of the goals from the 2014 top ten list included enjoying life to the fullest and spending more time with family!
More than just an aerodynamic sleek exterior, the Bowlus Road Chief is jam packed with ingenious function and tech-savvy features. The Road Chief’s streamline design might be a tribute to yesteryear, but its technology is as advanced as anything out there. Not only an opportunity to enjoy life to the fullest, but an escape in the Bowlus Road Chief might also be exactly what you’re craving to boost your productivity. Wireless antennas and power points are cleverly hidden yet easily accessible; as is everything else you need for both work and play. It’s just the thing to indulge your wanderlust, stoke your imagination and unleash the power of your creativity.
The Bowlus Road Chief boasts an interior that is as warm as it is clever. The Zen-like stateroom’s beds easily reconfigures from “twins” to almost a “king.” Other highlights include an efficient cook’s kitchen, and an expandable full bathroom complete with shower so there is plenty of room for the people, possessions and pets in your life that you’d like to hit the open road with this spring.
Disclosure: The information contained within this post was provided to me by a PR Firm. I am just sharing this information with the readers of the Pennsylvania and Beyond Travel Blog. I was not compensated for this post.