Mon Dec 3, 2018
Author: RV News Staff
Broadcaster Brian Kilmeade, best known as a personality on the TV series “Fox & Friends,” has begun using RVs as he tours the country promoting the paperback release of his book, “Andrew Jackson & the Miracle of New Orleans.”
Kilmeade is doing the tour with cooperation from GO RVing and Coachmen RV, a division of Forest River Inc., which arranged for him to use a Coachmen Pursuit for his travels. It was the first RV he’s ever driven.
“I was amazed at how natural it feels” to drive an RV, Kilmeade says, compared to the Chevy Tahoe he uses personally. He says an RV is a superior means of travel compared to the usual book tour regime of red-eye flights and cabs to hotel rooms, during which he sees little of the surrounding countryside. In an RV, “you get to see everything,” he says.
Kilmeade says he particularly enjoys traveling around the country looking at great structures that commemorate U.S. history. On the more practical side, Kilmeade enjoys an RV because it gives him a place to prepare for speeches and to change clothes and unwind a bit after completing public appearances for the day.