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pop up truck camperTruck Camper Magazine has launched a new section celebrating its most popular pop-up truck camper articles. From Alaska to South America, these articles follow the adventure stories of pop-up camper owners and their stunning photography.

Pop-up truck campers from Northstar, Hallmark, Four Wheel, Alaskan, Palomino, Phoenix, and Travel Lite are all featured. A wide range of trucks are also featured including Toyota Tacomas, Ford F-150s, and even a Unimog.
For even more pop-up camper articles, check out the Lifestyle Stories and Off-Road and Expedition sections in Truck Camper Magazine.

About Truck Camper Magazine
Founded in 2007, Lancaster, Pennsylvania based Truck Camper Magazine is the only media dedicated to truck campers, slide in campers, pickup campers, pop up campers, and cabover campers. Truck Camper Magazine is the leading international voice in the truck camper marketplace.

The magazine includes a Buyers Guide with thirteen modern hard-side and pop-up truck camper manufacturers, a globe trotting Off-Road and Expedition section.

Forest River Inc., a manufacturer of recreational vehicles based in Elkhart, Ind., has announced the formation of FROG – Forest River Owners Group. FROG is another step in the company’s mission, “to help all our customers enjoy their outdoor activities to the fullest.”

Membership in FROG is available at no cost to owners of Forest River and affiliated brand recreational vehicles, including Coachmen, Dynamax, Palomino, Prime Time and Shasta.

Forest River notes, FROG is not intended to replace the Coachmen Owners Association (COA), which this year marks its 45th anniversary. COA continues to thrive and to offer trips, rallies, insurance and program discounts to Coachmen owners.

The primary focus of FROG will be on escorted trips and rallies throughout North America. International and regional rallies will bring together members from both the United States and Canada. In addition, escorted trips will enable members to share travel experiences with others who share their interests.

“One thing that sets FROG apart from many other groups is we do not charge dues,” says FROG Director Bob Byrne. “We want to give our owners more opportunities to enjoy their Forest River products, not to impose costs or time commitments on them. We’ll be offering a variety of activities, trips, rallies, special offers and more. Members will pay only for those in which they choose to participate. FROG is basically a ‘thank you’ from Forest River to our owners.”

To learn more about FROG, visit the group’s website at

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