Great American Country Television (GAC) Will Air Episodes Of Flippin’ RVs To Feature The Installation Of Coleman®-Mach® Mach 8 Rooftop Air Conditioners

Sep 10, 2014, 21:20 PM by User Not Found
AIRXCEL is pleased to announce Great American Country Television (GAC) will air episodes of “Flippin’ RVs” featuring the installation of Coleman®-Mach® MACH 8 rooftop air conditioners.

AIRXCEL is pleased to announce Great American Country Television (GAC) will air episodes of “Flippin’ RVs” featuring the installation of Coleman®-Mach® MACH 8 rooftop air conditioners.  Flippin’ RVs” is a new television series for GAC TV on vintage trailer restoration.  According towww.gactv.com, episode HRLGD-101H, “Flippin’ RVs - A Rare Airstream Turns a Pretty Profit” will include the installation of the Coleman®-Mach® MACH 8 rooftop air conditioner in a 1959 Globester.  The first of several episodes is scheduled to run Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 8:00 PM ET with several additional airings of the episode running throughout the week.  Great American Country is offered on Ch. 165 on DISH Network and on Ch. 326 on DIRECTV.  Check your local cable listings for Great American Country in your area or visitwww.gactv.com/gac/shows_hrlgd for additional airings.

“Follow married couple Justin and Anna Scribner, the young owners of Flyte Camp Vintage Trailer Restorations, as they scour the countryside looking for obscure vintage RVs and trailers to restore.  The Flippin’ RVs stars share dramatic transformations, from rundown campers to gorgeous Retro models ready for adventures on the road.” states GACTV.com

“Potentially reaching in excess of 60 million homes through Scripps/GAC - Great American Country Television, we are tremendously excited for this opportunity to partner with Flippin’ RVs.    The Coleman®-Mach® MACH 8 is the perfect choice for this vintage trailer because at only 8” tall, it has the lowest profile and best performance available in an RV air conditioner.  AIRXCEL is perfectly equipped and ready to not only provide solutions for RV air conditioning, but provide solutions in ventilation, heating, water heating and RV cooking appliances” said Steve Gokie, Director of Aftermarket Sales for AIRXCEL, INC.

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