Our Office on Wheels Makes NBC Home Page News

What a way to kick off the week. Today on NBCNews.com, we are profiled in the Business section’s feature article titled “Office on wheels: RV-based workers telecommute from anywhere.”

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MSNBC Business Location Independent Entrepreneur RVing News Story
NBC News Homepage – August 13, 2012

NBC News journalist Vignesh Ramachandran contacted us recently, after he met two campground hosts while vacationing and became curious about how such full-time RVers make a living on the road. Our website caught his eye so he interviewed us and a week later, his NBC News story spotlights three different ways people earn income anywhere.

From a description of our location independent entrepreneur lifestyle, to a former full-time RVing work-at-home family itching to get back on the road, the story illustrates various ways that you can make money while traveling.

A big shout out to reporter Ramachandran for showing the world that it is possible to fulfill your dreams while you can still enjoy them!

Yes you can work from anywhere!

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8 thoughts on “Our Office on Wheels Makes NBC Home Page News”

    • Oh holy smokes it’s YOU Michael! Wow! Small world!!! I don’t know how I lost track of your whereabouts but what’s this about the small fire? I’m glad you’re all OK. Congrats on the new addition! Hope the whole pack is on the road soon. Nice to hear from you!

  1. What a great article. My wife and I work for a corporation that recently made most of its employees “involuntary remote” (working from home). We live and worked in CT and have been seasonal camping in NH for many years. Once we were told to be remote employees, we decided to move our work from home offices from CT to NH for the summer and it has worked out great. Although we dont use the free Wi Fi at the campground, we did have our own wireless internet brought right to our camper.

    This gives us opportunities to be with our friends more and also allows our kids to enjoy the outdoors and see their NH friends more than just on the weekend as we were doing.

    Maybe one day we will venture out into the unknown in an RV and work from anywhere. . . but for now we are happy with our two “home” offices.

    Thanks for the read today.

    • Jason, that is a terrific story! What happened to you is like a dream job for most people, congratulations! Thanks for dropping by, we hope to hear from you again.

    • Thanks, Dave! Today I was thinking about all of the times that I sent out press releases looking for ways to get some PR on our biz stuff, and then this reporter just randomly contacts us from out of nowhere. Funny how things work that way, eh? 🙂


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